Welcome to the Swan, a lovely waterside inn. The Kennet and Avon runs almost past the doorstep of this traditional country pub, situated just a few miles outside of Newbury in the delightful village of Thatcham. Roaring log fires, traditional real ales, fine wines, delicious home cooked meals and a homely atmosphere ensure a warm welcome for any traveller. The Swan offers 5 newly refurbished en-suite rooms in a converted stable block. Easy to find, we are located just off the A4 Newbury to Reading road at Thatcham.
Sat on the banks of the River Thames, The Swan dates back to the 1700s. Today is offers a warm welcome, beautiful bedrooms and stunning dinning with floor to ceiling windows. The renovation was completed in 2019 combining the old with the new in a countryside chic style.
Situated on one of Cornwall's most stunning bays, the Old Success is a beautiful 17th century fisherman's inn which has been transformed into comfortable, modern rooms and apartments while retaining its charm and character. The Old Success enjoys magnificent views overlooking the beach and Whitesand Bay towards The Brisons rocks and Cape Cornwall, the only cape in England. The Old Success Inn has been awarded a FOUR STAR at VisitBritain Quality in Tourism Rating.
The Hope and Anchor Inn is set in the popular and unique old fishing village of Hope Cove, in the South Hams of Devon. All our bedrooms are en-suite, mostly of which have breathtaking views of Bigbury Bay. There is a lovely area outside with tables and umbrellas so you can enjoy the atmosphere of Hope Cove whilst enjoying our fine ales, lunch or an evening meal. Situated yards from the sea teeming with maritime atmosphere our friendly Inn caters for all.
The Rashleigh Arms is a delightful inn and restaurant with en-suite accommodation in the heart of Charlestown, the charming fishing port on Cornwall's south coast. The Rashleigh Arms inn was recently voted 'Best Managed Pub in the UK' by the Publican and offers high standards of comfort and excellent fresh locally sourced food.
The Ship Inn, Mousehole, two miles south of Penzance, is the archetypal Cornish village and boasts what is said to be one of the most beautiful harbours in Britain. The Ship Inn features 8 double en-suite rooms, 6 of which over-look the harbour and have sea views, and has been awarded a FOUR STAR INN at the VisitBritain Quality in Tourism Rating.
The Port William Inn at Trebarwith Strand, near Tintagel, is a wonderful pub and restaurant on the North Cornwall coast, renowned for excellent pub food and a comfortable welcoming bar. There is also 4 star accommodation, with all 8 hotel rooms having a very high standard of finish and superb sea views, down to the sea and the dramatic cliffs.
On the quayside of the traditional fishing village, St Mawes, on an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Roseland Peninsula lies the Idle Rocks Hotel. Boasting beautiful sea views, modern, comfortable and individually decorated rooms alongside an award-winning restaurant, this is the perfect place to kick off your shoes and relax in an idyllic harbourside spot.
Welcome to the Pier House Hotel, well known for its a la carte restaurant and bistro serving a wide variety of seafood. This harbourside inn is situated in the picturesque port of Charlestown, home to three tall ships which are frequently used for film making, training and sailing. There are two golf courses nearby, cliff top walking to enjoy and the beach with rock pools to explore.
Lovingly restored and overlooking the town’s attractive waterfront, The Old Quay House is an architect-designed, chic boutique hotel with a fantastic restaurant. Most of the 11 stylish en-suite bedrooms boast small balconies with views over the harbour and Fowey estuary. Our 'Q' restaurant also makes the most of this spectacular waterfront setting. Featured in the Good Food Guide, the hotel was a finalist in the 'Small Hotel of the Year' by Cornwall Tourism Awards 2009/10.
A unique 17th Century Inn right at the waters edge in Portloe, a Cornish fishing village of unrivalled beauty. Sunday Times best new seaside hotel of the year, Hip Hotel Guide and Mr and Mrs Smith recommended. The Lugger has been transformed following a major renovation programme. In a conservation area, at the foot of a valley with its picturesque cove and tiny harbour, Portloe is part of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula. All twenty one bedrooms have been tastefully decorated and feature luxurious en-suite bathrooms, with deluge showers and Seboni Cornish Spa products.
Where else can you walk down a wooded path, to your own beach and cove? Where else can you lie back on a steamer chair, with a glass of wine, and enjoy an unbroken sea view. Where else can you eat the best, locally sourced food, perhaps lobster caught that morning, or crab from the bay? Whoever you are or whatever your looking for, whether that be a family holiday, a boutique or romantic hotel in Cornwall, Driftwood is perfect for all your needs.
Offering affordable accommodation in St Agnes at reasonable prices, this hotel is popular not only with surfers but also those who enjoy walking on the coastal path and families who like to bring their pets on holiday. The St Agnes Hotel or Aggie Hotel as it is known by the locals is a very friendly and relaxed place where everyone is welcome!
This quintessential, 400 year old Cornish Inn overlooks the Bodinnick to Fowey ferry and 'Ferryside', the former family home of Daphne du Maurier. Situated on the banks of the Fowey River estuary, our restaurant enjoys fantastic river views towards Fowey, as do our south-facing outdoor terraces, a perfect retreat on a summers day. Inside, the Inn is full of old photographs, nautical bric-a-brac and memorabilia. The perfect place to while away time during the winter months.
Built in 175, the Eltermere Inn overlooks Elterwater, an area of fantastic natural beauty at the foot of the Langdale Valley. Some of the very best walking is from our very doorstep. The hotel's restaurant serves an 'a la carte' menu and our fantastic bar is open for all beers and wines, morning coffee, afternoon tea and exciting bar meals. With a menu which changes daily, we use only the finest of fresh ingredients.
With lake & fell views, on the shores of Coniston Water, The Coniston Inn is just a 10 minute walk from the centre of Coniston and is surrounded by breathtaking walks in the private grounds and among the surrounding fells. The restaurant offers a menu of local cuisine with spectacular mountain views and bar offers local ales and light snacks. The bedrooms are beautifully refurbished. Muddy boots and paws are welcome.
Looking for a luxurious hotel with exceptional service and outstanding food? In the heart of the Lake District, with Lake Windermere a stones throw away, stands Rothay Manor, a former Manor House built in 1823 for a weathly Liverpool merchant.
This 18th century riverside inn is located in the hamlet of Tuckenhay in the Dart Valley within easy reach of Dartmoor, Totnes and the South Devon Coast. The Maltsters Arms has comfortable bedrooms, some with the river views and a charming pub with local ales and quayside dining. With these stunning views, this is one not to miss.
A traditional village Inn over looking the sea on the East Devon coast near Seaton, the Anchor is renowned locally for its excellent food and fresh fish dishes. Cosy open fires in the winter and a cliff top garden with fantastic views of the sea in the summer. Great walking area, especially for the Jurassic coast line.
Looking out over the harbour and the River Dart, right in the heart of Dartmouth, this 17th-century building offers bright, airy rooms, free Wi-Fi and a stylish restaurant. The award-winning Royal Castle Hotel has 25 en-suite rooms, all unique and individually decorated, many with river views, four-poster beds and spa baths. With wonderful views out over the river, The Grill Room is the hotel’s stylish restaurant. The hotel also has two bars: the contemporary Harbour bar and the more traditional Galleon bar. Both bars have real open log fires burning in the winter.
Sat directly on the South West Coast Path, The Cricket Inn has built a great reputation as one of the best foodie pubs in the area. With AA Rosette dining, beautiful bedrooms, local ales and beautiful sea views, this inn with a nautical twist is not to be missed!
The Quayside Hotel, as it name suggests, is delightfully situated overlooking the picturesque harbour in Brixham. The restaurant specialises in freshly caught fish and local produce, and we also offer excellent bar food with live entertainment at weekends. The hotel is ideally situated to explore the delights of South Devon.
The harbourside setting of this charming 18th century inn can only be described as idyllic. The Red Lion offers stylish en-suite bedrooms with delightful sea or harbour views. Switch off and relax, watch the local fishermen at work and enjoy the spectacular setting of this lovely seaside village. You can be assured of the warmest of welcomes at The Red Lion Hotel.
Situated in the heart of the village directly opposite Lynmouth Harbour and the Lyn River, the Bath Hotel offers comfortable accommodation, a varied menu and interesting wine list. The Bath Hotel has 22 en-suite bedrooms. The hotel is situated over 3 floors and does not have a lift so please note that it is not suitable for anybody with difficulties in climbing stairs.
Situated at the heart of Sidmouth, a stone's throw away from the beach, Dukes is a lively stylish, yet informal freehouse Inn offering comfortable en-suite rooms (many with great sea views), great food, an extensive range of drinks and four star Inn accommodation with free wi-fi throughout. Creative lunch, snack and dinner menus incorporate the best of West Country fish, meat and game and can either be enjoyed alfresco on our sea facing patio, in our bar or in our table served dining areas.
The newly renovated 'Thirsty Scholar' opened in 2011, so rescuing this historic inn from closure. Now a Free House managed by the owners the Thirsty Scolar boasts an open fire, slate and wood floors with timber beams and panelling, and a newly fitted bar. The rooms are warm and comfortable with en-suite shower rooms. Our menu is simple using home-cooked local meat, fish and seasonal vegetables. Outside we have three sheltered terraces and a garden, with a covered area and views to Penryn River and beyond.
Nestling on the banks of the River Exe at Bickleigh is one of the most picturesque inns in the South of England. The Fisherman's Cot boasts beautiful gardens and areas where customers can enjoy the stunning river setting, with food served all day from our bespoke menu created by our chef using local ingredients. Enjoy a glass of wine from our select wine list or a pint of real ale and relax in this beautiful pub.
You could not imagine a better location than this, just a stone's throw from famous Lulworth Cove. We are perfectly placed for exploring the Jurassic Coast. Stay with us and enjoy excellent seasonal food accompanied by award winning ales and fine wines. Relax in the garden or on the balcony and take in the stunning sea views...
This quintessential English seaside hotel, bar and restaurant overlooks the harbour and working docks in Harwich. The stunning restaurant has gained two AA Rosettes are overlooks where the fresh fish it serves lands daily and the individually styled bedrooms take full advantage of the coastal light.
This charming restaurant with rooms was built in the 1800s and is full of character. The newly decorated dining room and bar boast wooden floors and hand-made furniture. The coastal location means that The Oyster Smack Inn can take full advantage of the freshest of seafood; our dinner menu offers the best of modern British food whilst your favourite classic pub dishes can be found on our lunch menu.
The Dial House dates back to 1698 and is the oldest building still standing in the village - it even pre-dates the bridges over the River Windrush. The Dial House is a beautifully decorated country house style hotel with individually designed bedrooms from luxury four poster beds to our cosy and intimate romantic room. It is an excellent base from which to enjoy the Cotwolds and villages.
Sitting right beside the River Eye, The Slaughters Inn is located in the heart of the beautiful village of Lower Slaughter in the Cotswolds. This charming property sits right on the river bank. The 30 bedrooms are contemporary in style, dining is relaxed and informal in Scholars bar, enjoy roaring log fires in the winter months and dining al fresco on the riverside terrace in the summer. Perfectly positioned for exploring the Cotswolds.
Welcome to the Eliot Arms, a 16th century Cotswold Free House Hotel where a log fire burns cheerfully in the winter. In the summer you can sit in comfort on our riverside patio and garden. We serve fresh local produce in our restaurants, complemented by a wide range of fine wines, spirits real and cask ales. All 10 bedrooms are individually designed with en-suite bath or shower room. Just 2.5 miles from the Roman town of Cirencester, the Eliot Arms is superbly situated in the heart of the Cotswold Water Park, ideal for fishing, water sports and wildlife.
Welcome to the Angel Inn, a 17th century former coaching inn in the picturesque yachting centre of Lymington. The Angel is full of charm and character with oak beams and cosy corners, and offers 12 beautifully furnished rooms, good food and fine wine - as well as a resident ghost! The comfortable accommodation includes a four poster room. The Angel is ideally situated in historic Lymington, close to the New Forest.
The Master Builder's stands within the New Forest National Park on the banks of the Beaulieu River. Buckler's Hard, the hamlet home to The Master Builder's has a history of building navel ships dating back as far as the early 18th century and the slips can still be seen just below the hotel. Combining historic features, such as original fireplaces, with modern furnishings, The Master Builder's oozes character and charm. It also boasts a AA Rosette restaurant and luxurious bedrooms. A warm welcome is also offered to our four-legged friends.
Welcome to the Saracens Head, a 16th century riverside inn idyllically situated on the east bank of the River Wye as it flows through the picturesque gorge at Symonds Yat. Once a cider mill and stopping place for barges on the river, the Saracens Head has now become a centre to enjoy the wide variety of outdoor pursuits available locally. The flagstone-floored bar serves real ales as well as local wines and cider, and a wide range of food is available here as well as in the restaurant. The comfortable accommodation comprises ten en-suite rooms, seven with river views.
The George hotel is a 17th Century town house in the heart of the bustling village and harbour of Yarmouth. Kevin Mangeolles joined the George Hotel in September 1996 and the restaurant was awarded 3 Rosettes by the AA in that year and each year subsequently. The brasserie offers an alternative to the hotel restaurant, with its garden overlooking the sea. Menus are seasonal, and the food, is contemporary brasserie style with a European influence.
Enjoy our riverside restaurant with fabulous views, serving local Bowland Ales and a wide choice of Lancashire dishes all prepared using the best in local produce. Just a stones throw away from the M55 motorway, yet nestled in Lancashire's finest rolling countryside, the Shard offers a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of modern life. There are 23 comfortable and tastefully decorated bedrooms with most enjoying stunning, panoramic river views.
The historic Red Lion enjoys a superb situation overlooking Cromer Pier and beach on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast. There are twelve individually decorated en-suite rooms, most with amazing sea views, as well as a large lounge overlooking Cromer Pier and a traditional bar with an excellent selection of local real ales from Norfolk and Suffolk.
A charming, 16th century traditional inn set in the village of Thornham and just a 2 minute walk from the dunes and marshes along the Norfolk Coast path. Combining the inns original characterful features with all the modern day comforts, The Lifeboat Inn offers stylish and comfortable bedrooms alongside award-winning food.
Just a stones throw from Titchwell Marsh and Holme Dunes stands The Chequers Inn, a lovely 16th century inn on the north Norfolk coast. All bedrooms are individually designed with all modern comforts, the restaurant boasts 2 AA Rosettes and the traditional bar oozes cosiness with an open fire and low beams.
The Le Strange Arms Hotel is situated in the lovely village of Old Hunstanton. The hotel's grounds stretch down to the seashore to one of the finest beaches on the Norfolk coast. The hotel originated from a farmhouse in the 1600s and has been continuously developed over the years to the present establishment. In the evenings you can choose to dine in a relaxed and informal manner in either the hotel restaurant or the Ancient Mariner, the adjacent village pub with real ales and hearty food.
Nestled within 65 acres of woodlands, orchards and river banks, the Old Swan is a 15th century quintessential English inn in the stunning village of Minster Lovell. The Old Swan boasts a cosy bar and dining room with stunning exposed beams, a relaxing outside terrace, beautiful bedrooms with luxurious fabrics and decor that ties the old and the new together.
Within 65 acres of wildflower meadows, woodland and gardens on the banks of the meandering River Windrush standing in 'Old Minster' stands Minster Mill Hotel & Spa. In the heart of the chocolate box village, this property is surrounded by history with Minster Lovell Hall and Dovecote just a short walk away.
The White Lion enjoys a superb position in the elegant seaside town of Aldeburgh, just opposite the shingle beach where fresh fish is sold from traditional wooden huts lining the shore. The newly refurbished hotel offers cosy and relaxing bedrooms, some with glorious sea views. Our new Bar and Brasserie offers a superb dining experience and excellent service. The White Lion is a wonderful hideaway from which to enjoy the natural tonic of a seaside holiday. Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.
Surrounded by nature reserves in the quiet village of Dunwich, The Ship is a fantastic inn boasting a great pub with seasonal food, real ales and cosy bedrooms. The village of Dunwich is home to the ruins of Dunwich monastery and was once a thriving medieval port.
The River Mole runs through the bottom of the hotel's spectacular gardens which also house the lovely open air swimming pool (May to Sept). Nestling at the foot of scenic Box Hill, the Burford Bridge dates back to the 1500s. This tranquil and scenic hotel offers a peaceful respite away from the city, yet is only 12 miles from London Gatwick and just a short drive from Dorking, Epsom and Guildford. All bedrooms are well appointed and the hotel also has a restaurant and bar.
This 17th century riverside hotel is set on the banks of the River Avon in Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon. One of the oldest red brick houses in Stratford-upon-Avon, the 4 star Macdonald Swan’s Nest offers a stylish and relaxed base for exploring Shakespeare country and the Cotswolds. After a long day, relax with a meal in the contemporary Le Bistrot Pierre or The Bear Freehouse.
In the heart of Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon and directly opposite the famous Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre, stands the Arden Hotel combining luxurious accommodation and a stylish AA Rosette restaurant alongside beautiful riverside views.
This rambling 16th century coaching Inn is situated in the idyllic Wyvern Valley beside a babbling trout stream. All bedrooms are well appointed and the hotel also has a restaurant and bar. Located between Bristol and Chippenham, we offer 11 en-suite rooms in a cosy, olde world comfort with all the facilities you can expect from a Marston’s Inn. Our delightful restaurant, built over the brook, offers a full a la carte menu. We also have a substantial patio area for sunny days and warm evenings and we offer a range of sandwiches and snacks, which can be enjoyed in one of our cosy bars.
Make the most of this riverside location. The view of Salisbury Cathedral from this 13th century coaching inn remains almost untouched since the days when Constable painted his famous masterpiece. The 4* Legacy Rose and Crown Hotel has many original features remaining around the hotel including the old wooden beams and log fire in the traditional Oak Bar.
Guests return year after year to Wharfdale to enjoy the unique landscape for its peace and beauty and the 30,000-acre Bolton Abbey estate, which is owned by the Duke of Devonshire. And all of this is on the doorstep of the luxurious Devonshire Arms Country House Hotel and Spa. This traditional 17th-century coaching inn that has evolved into a luxurious country estate hotel, it offers exquisite food, a stunning wine list and warm hospitality.
Within the rolling hills, country lanes and stone walls of the Yorkshire Dales, on the edge of the Bolton Abbey estates stands the idyllic village of Burnsall and home to colourful and contemporary Devonshire Fell Hotel - boasting a 2 AA Rosette restaurant with innovative food.
Looking for a luxurious and relaxing country retreat? Look no further! During your stay, you'll have free access to the luxury spa at the sister hotel The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa which is just a 10-minute drive.
Historic Whitby is situated on the rugged coastline of the North York Moors National Park. Located in a lovely 18th century building, the Resolution Hotel is situated in the heart of the town and boasts a restaurant, 3 bars and comfortable en-suite bedrooms, some with impressive views over the rooftops to Whitby Abbey and the harbour.