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Inns in the Heart of England


The Heart of England includes Shakespeare's Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwick with its magnificent castle and Kenilworth Castle, one of the most romantic ruined castles in England and the Royal Forest of Dean, one of England's few remaining ancient forests. The ideal location for a weekend break at a country inn or an historic hotel.



Featured Inns in the Cotswolds


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Horse and Groom, Bourton

This delightful country inn boasts original features including oak beams and stone crannies. Situated in the Peak District, the inn is the perfect base for walkers.


Castle Inn, Castle Combe

Set in the untouched Cotswolds willage of Castle Combe (where the film 'War Horse' was shot), The Castle Inn offers great food and high quality accommodation.


Inn at Fossebridge

This four star inn is located in the pretty hamlet of Fossebridge in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Features award winning food and fine cask ales.


Featured Inns in Gloucestershire


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New Inn Gloucester

The New Inn dates back to the 1300's and is set in the heart of historic Gloucester. The property has been recently restored and now offers fabulous accommodation, four bars and a restaurant.


Fountain Inn Parkend

Dating back over 200 years, The Fountain Inn was originally built to serve the local mining community. Today the Fountain Inn is proud of its tradition of warm hospitality and excellent service.


Bell Hotel Tewkesbury

Situated in the heart of Tewkesbury, the 16th century Bell Hotel offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, mouth watering food and high quality, four star accommodation.


Featured Inns in Herefordshire


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England's Gate Inn

England's Gate Inn and Coach House is a 16th century public house with seven en-suite rooms and a pub renowned for its fantastic food.


Kings Head Hotel

Situated in the most picturesque street in the market town of Ross-on-Wye, this 14th century inn maintains many of its original features.


Wilton Court Hotel

The 16th century Wilton Court Restaurant with Rooms offers a beautiful riverside location, award winning food and a very warm welcome.


Featured Inns in Shropshire


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Crown Country Inn

This 16th century, four star inn is situated in Munslow and simply oozes character and charm. Boasts 2 AA Rosettes for food.


The Clive, Bromfield

A unique blend of the traditional and contemporary, The Clive Restaurant with Rooms has 15 bedrooms as well as a bar with open log fire.


Prince Rupert Hotel, Shrewsbury

Once the home of Prince Rupert, the grandson of King James I, the hotel is widely recognised as Shrewsbury's finest.


Featured Inns in Warwickshire


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Kings Court Hotel

Originally a Tudor farmhouse, the Kings Court Hotel offers 62 en-suite bedrooms and is situated just 7 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.


The Halford Bridge

Situated at the gateway to the Cotswolds, The Halford Bridge combines countryside pub, contemporary restaurant and individual bedrooms.


Red Lion, Long Compton

This grade II listed coaching inn is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick.


Featured Inns in the West Midlands


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The Plough and Harrow

Built in 1704 as a Wayside inn, the Plough and Harrow offers 45 comfortable and spacious en-suite bedrooms with free internet.


Hotel Du Vin Birmingham

Situated in the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, the four star Hotel du Vin boasts many original features.


Featherstone Farm Hotel

Featherstone Farm Hotel is a small, high class, country house hotel with an Indian restaurant in the hotel grounds.


Featured Inns in Worcestershire


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Royal Forester Country Innl

This beautifully refurbished and modernized old inn has origins dating back to 1411 and is reputed to be one of the oldest inns in Worcestershire.


Mug House Inn

This authentic old inn sits by the River Severn in picturesque Bewdley and boasts an AA Rosette for food. AA 4 Star Inn.


Walter De Cantelupe Inn

Originally a 17th century merchant's house, Walter de Cantelupe Inn offers award winning food, a wide selection of drink and accommodation.