Inns in South West England

Welcome to our selection of hotels and inns in South West England, including Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset. Visit the English Riviera and enjoy the delights of Devon cream teas, farmhouse cider, quaint little fishing villages, beautiful sandy beaches and rocky little Cornish coves. Inland, why not explore dramatic, beautiful Exmoor and Dartmoor, where wild ponies still roam free.

Featured Inns in Cornwall

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Old Custom House, Padstow

Famous for its fine food, award winning ales and elegant accommodation, the Old Custom House is situated in the heart of Padstow.

Jamaica Inn

Daphne Du Maurier's atmospheric Jamaica Inn is set high on wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor.

Port William

The stunning Port William Inn is situated on the North Cornwall coast and is renowned for its excellent restaurant and views.

Masons Arms Branscombe

Nestling in the heart of Branscombe is the award winning, 14th Century Masons Arms. Only a ten minute stroll to Branscombe Beach.

Three Crowns, Chagford

A 13th century coaching inn, the Three Crowns Hotel is warmly elegant with stone walls, inglenook fireplaces and a stunning courtyard dining area with glazed roof.

Oxenham Arms

This 12th century Grade II listed former monastery is now a beautiful inn boasting an AA Rosette Restaurant and beautiful 4 AA Gold Star accommodation with stunning Dartmoor views.

Anvil Inn

This charming thatched hotel is situated just outside of Blandford Forum, only 40 minutes by car away from the Dorset's Jurassic Coast.

Queens Arms Inn

This 5 Star Inn is set in a former 18th century cider house. 2 AA Rosette Awarded Restaurant.

The Fontmell

This lovely 17th century thatched inn is peacefully set in the small thatched hamlet of Tarrant Monkton in the Tarrant Valley, surrounded by some of the most spectacular countryside in Dorset.

Featured Inns in Somerset

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Hunters Rest Inn

Originally a 19th century hunting lodge, this charming inn is situated on an elevated position overlooking the Chew Valley below.

Holcombe Inn near Bath

This Grade II listed, 17th-century country inn is steeped in history and intrigue, full of original features and atmosphere.

Archangel, Frome

The quirky Archangel epitomises the phrase "gastro pub". We also have ten rooms, described as "boutique in style with a touch of chic".