This motel is conveniently located off the M25 and is just a short drive from Sevenoaks. The well-equipped bedrooms have been stylishly decorated to offer modern, comfortable accommodation; all have custom-made furniture, flat screen TVs and free Wi-fi. There is an American-themed diner complete with authentic jukebox and leather booths, and ail-day dining is available from lam in the 7 Lounge. Secure parking is available
This charming guest house and restaurant is situated in the village of Doolin. Bedrooms are attractively decorated in a traditional style. Chef patron James Cullinan features locally caught fresh fish on his dinner menu which also includes steaks, lamb and vegetarian dishes, and there is a popular Early Bird menu. Dinner is served in the conservatory dining room overlooking the River Aille (closed Wed and Sun) in season. There is cosy guest lounge and ample off-street parking
This peaceful property has panoramic sea views and is just a short walk from the harbour, restaurants and town. Some rooms have stylish hand-made furniture, and the bedrooms are well equipped and have many extras. Hearty breakfasts are served in the first -floor dining room, a good start for walking the South West Coast Path which passes right by the house.
Tranquillity is guaranteed at this 17th-century farmhouse, which looks across the countryside towards St Michael’s Mount. The bedrooms are individually styled and are very comfortable. The impressive, Mediterranean-style gardens are ideal for relaxing and taking in the superb views. In addition to the sitting room, there is also a garden room and several patios. Breakfast is served at a magnificent oak table.
This stylish, friendly and relaxed home is close to the seafront, restaurants and galleries. There is a refreshing approach here with a contemporary feel throughout. Impressive bathrooms have invigorating showers, while the attractive bedrooms are configured to maximise comfort. Enjoyable, freshly cooked Cornish breakfasts are served in the lounge-dining room with a choice of coffee available at all times to guests. Additional facilities include internet and Wi-fi connections.
Located just a few minutes drive from Truro this well-run Regency house is friendly and comfortable. The owners do their utmost to make guests feel at home. Breakfast is served in the conservatory. Dogs are not allowed as there is a resident cat, by the name of Rufus.
Dating from the early 19th century and used as a smithy until the 1950s, this friendly village inn offers good home-cooked fare and real ales, with two Cumbrian cask beers always available. Bedrooms are well equipped, and three are particularly smart. An extensive menu and daily specials are offered in the cosy bar lounges or the smart, panelled Old Forge Restaurant.
This Victorian house occupies an elevated position within walking distance of the town centre. The good value accommodation provides attractive, well equipped bedrooms. Pauline and Mark offer a warm welcome and serve delicious breakfasts with local produce and homemade breads.
This house is on the edge of the town and is popular with walkers and cyclists. Bedrooms are generally spacious and a substantial, freshly cooked breakfast made with local produce is served. Drying facilities and safe storage for bikes are available. High teas can be provided by arrangement.
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At Innkeeper’s Lodge you ‘ll find accommodation with comfort and character in equal measure, and everything needed for a relaxing stay, from easy check-in and free parking to complimentary breakfast and a cosy pub serving great value food and drink on the doorstep. Each Lodge has quality rooms, and there are Lodges in a variety of locations from towns and cities to countryside settings across the UK
Set in a peaceful location close to the Tissington and High Peak trails, the 17th-century drovers’ inn and blacksmith ‘s workshop have been carefully renovated. Bedrooms, which are in a former barn, are well equipped. Enjoyable breakfasts, which include freerange eggs and home-made preserves, are served in the forge, which features the original bellows on the vast open hearth.
This Grade II listed, 16th-century converted corn mill stands in its own grounds and is a good base for touring Dartmoor. Spacious family rooms are available as well as a lounge and a bar. All meals are served in the dining room and use local produce
Tabor Hill Farm and Livery is set in the Exmoor National Park with superb views and peace and quiet, ideal for a relaxing stay. Rooms are tastefully appointed with excellent beds and power showers. A hearty Rayburn cooked breakfast is served at one table and uses local, quality produce including eggs from the resident flock of hens. Livery is a I so a part of the package here if needed and excellent stabling is available at a modest charge
Located in a quiet square close to The Hoe and just a short walk from the city centre, this is a good choice for business or leisure. Bedrooms are comfortable and attractive, and come equipped with a number of thoughtful extras. An enjoyable breakfast using organic and local produce, whenever possible, is served in the dining room .
This delightful, stone-built farmhouse commands lovely views over rolling Devonshire countryside and is a great place from which to explore this picturesque area. A warm and genuine welcome is assured with a homely and relaxed atmosphere. The comfortable, attractive bedrooms are well furnished and have many extra facilities. A crackling fire keeps the lounge snug and warm during colder nights, whilst in the summer, the pretty garden is available to guests.
A warm welcome awaits at this historic Devon longhouse situated on the edge of Dartmoor. It provides an excellent base for exploring this beautiful area; the accommodation has all the expected modern comforts with a lounge, bar and dining room overlooking the garden. Dinners are available by arrangement with special diets catered for. There are also two self-catering units.
Within a short distance of the ferry port and town centre, this friendly establishment is well maintained and efficiently run. The comfortable bedrooms, some located on the ground floor, are all nicely decorated and equipped with useful extra facilities. Breakfast is served in the pleasant dining room at separate tables
An ideal base for exploring the Jurassic Coast, this former coaching inn provides newly refurbished accommodation in a historic setting. It’s just moments away from Corfe Castle, and a steam railway passes at the end of the garden. Rooms are tastefully appointed and offer good amenities. A hearty breakfast is served in the popular restaurant, while the dinner menu offers daily-changing specials with a Mediterranean twist. Car parking is available at the rear of the property