In the heart of Old Amersham, surrounded by the Chiltern Hills, stands The Crown Inn, a stunning coaching inn steeped in history dating back to the 16th century. Combining traditional with quirky, The Crown offers modern-minimalist bedrooms designed by Ilse Crawford, a British interior and furniture designer and the award-winning Hawkyns Restaurant, overseen by chef Atul Kochhar, an Indian-born, British-based chef and television personality.
The Crown also has another claim to fame, Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell spent a night in one of the Courtyard Suites in “Four Weddings and a Funeral”.
This charming thatched pub with rooms that dates back to the 16th century stands in the heart of the historic village of Balsham. Boasting a relaxed bar with open fires, a beautiful restaurant with an oak-panelled, high-vaulted ceiling and modern, comfortable bedrooms that have remained sensitive to many of its charming Grade II Listed features.
This is a dog friendly inn - welcome in the bar, bedrooms and garden.
This quintessential English country pub with rooms dating back to at least 1650 is nestled in the Peckforton Hills along the historic Sandstone Trial boasts AA Rosette awarded dining, handpicked ales and comfortable, stylish bedrooms.
The food at The Pheasant Inn has been rewarded for its quality with an AA Rossette, the Michelin Good Pub and Egon RonayGuides. The bar features four real ales recognised for their well kept quality by CAMRA.
On the quayside in the much-loved traditional fishing village of St Mawes, stands The Idle Rocks, a Relais & Châteaux hotel. This waterside inn offers individually designed bedrooms with their own unique style and charm and a restaurant that prides itself on its focus on locally sourced ingredients.
Located in the stunning Lyth Valley alongside the village church, The Punch Bowl dates back to 1829. Combining modern comforts and old charm, this inn boasts sumptuous bedrooms, an elegant restaurant and a rustic-style bar with its open fires.
Perfect for all seasons: a roaring fire or a sunny terrace are the perfect places to relax before enjoying a delicious meal from our award winning kitchen.
Just a short walk from the famous Chatsworth House and set within the stunning Chatsworth Estate, stands The Devonshire Arms at Beeley. This historic inn blends the traditional with contemporary comfort and offers award-winning food and a selection of regional cask ales alongside stylish bedrooms.
You might end up staying for longer than you planned!!!
Nestled on the rocks over Babbacombe Bay with breathtaking views of the English Riviera, The Cary Arms offers all the values of a good English inn with the style and comfort of a boutique hotel.
The restaurant prides itself on freshness and seasonality with dishes reflecting the Devon coast and countryside whilst the cosy bar boasts beamed ceilings, original stone walls & planked floors. The bedrooms combine modern comforts and stylish features with the old world charm of the inn.
The Acorn Inn is an award-winning 16th century inn that is featured in Tess of the d’Urbervilles. Oozing historic charm, this inn boasts old beams, oak panelling and roaring fires set within Hardy’s enchanting village of Evershot, in West Dorset.
This charming 15th century pub with rooms, once home to a clearing-house for local wool merchants, stands in the heart of Dedham (where Britain's greatest landscape artist John Constable went to school).
Oozing traditional charm and character, this cosy pub is welcoming all year round. In the winter, enjoy a fireside pint (or two) after a country walk with your four-legged friend and in the summer, soak up the sun in beer garden.
This is the very best of British country pubs! Expect an informal stay with high standards.
From Cotswold craft ales, West Country ciders, tip top wines, delicious and seasonal food made from the very best local produce and luxury bedrooms that oozes comfort.
Located on Lord Montagu’s Beaulieu Estate, Master Builder’s House is set at the end of the grassy street that is Buckler’s Hard village with a lovely Terrace and Gardens that overlooks the river.
Wanting something adventurous? Guests can hire bicycles from the hotel, or arrange for canoe and kayak hire on the Beaulieu River.
Dating back to 1681, The White Hart offers a traditional coaching inn with exceptional standards. The award-winning kitchen uses quality ingredients that are the drive for delicious, well thought out & creative dishes. The bar offers real ales, an extensive gin range, cocktails & an exciting wine list. The bedrooms offer modern day comfort with olde worlde cosiness.
This 17th century pub with rooms offers far-reaching countryside views in the heart of Norfolk in the village of Brisley. Overlooking the village green, The Brisley Bell oozes charm and character whilst maintaining high standards and being a multi-award winning establishment.
The Swan Inn is a cosy 17th-century former coaching inn located in the beautiful Cotswold countryside. With a love for British hospitality, The Swan provides elegant decor, comfortable bedrooms, home-cooked dishes with a spotlight on using the very best local produce and a warm welcome.
A former 16th century coaching inn, in the heart of the histoirc village of Hodnet, The Bear Inn is a community pub with over 500 years of history and a number of awards (inlcuding 2 AA Rosettes for its food!). The Bear boasts cosy, folk-inspired bedrooms, modern British cooking made from local, seasonal produce and an interesting history including rebellious monks, smugglers and two real grizzlies!
Traditionally untraditional! The Litton is an award winning country pub and boutique hotel. In the main bar and dining area you'll find the bar built from one solid piece of elm wood, reclaimed from the original ceiling beam alongside AA Rosette Awarded food. The Litton is alson home to a cosy Whiskey Bar, located in the oldest part of the original pub, dating back to the 1420’s. This is the perfect place to relax with a rare, premium whiskey. The bedrooms are individually designed to encapsulate the vintage and boutique styles of the building and its history
This unique pub with rooms, fantastically combines the old with the new. Respecting and celebrating its history whilst providing fantastic hospitality!
This stylish 17th century townhouse inn provides excellent accommodation in the heart of the historic riverside market town of Woodbridge. Boasting stylish and modern bedrooms that have been individually decorated by award-winning interior designers Bentheim of Chelsea alongside superb, award-winning cuisine, made with the finest, freshest seasonal produce available locally
Within the rolling Sussex countryside, in the South Downs National Park is The White Horse, a country pub with world-class service. The bedrooms combine rustic elegance with contemporary design whilst the pub offers a gastropub experience with award-winning British cuisine, homemade bar snacks, fresh game, fish and locally sourced produce.
In England's first capital, Malmesbury, is rumoured to be England's oldest hotel The Old Bell Hotel. Dating back to 1220, England's oldest purpose-built hotel is steeped in history. charm and character with a focus on expectional service. There are traces of every century throughout the hotel, including a hooded stone fireplace in the Bar which dates from 1220.
The Lister Arms is a 17th-century coaching inn set in the heart of the stunning Yorkshire Dales village of Malham. This beautiful tradtitional inn offers cosy accommodation in stylish bedrooms and home-cooked food with refreshing award-winning cask ales in the Rosette awarded restaurant.
The village of Malham is just a short distance to Malham Cove, famous for being used for a scene in the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 movie - it is well worth a visit!