Ideally located and only a short stroll from both the town centre and the seafront, this is a relaxed and welcoming family-run establishment with bedrooms of varying sizes. Breakfast is served in the pleasant dining room; parking is available either to the rear of the property or in the main car park opposite.
This lovely farmhouse has now been updated to provide an engaging blend of traditional and contemporary. Situated just a 15-minute walk from the Jurassic Coast, its setting means stunning views across the rolling countryside. Bedrooms have a wonderful outlook and provide equal measures of comfort and quality, allied with excellent modern bathrooms. The atmosphere here is relaxed and homely, typified by the convivial breakfasts, which use local produce, and are served around the dining room table.
This purpose-built annexed accommodation is perfectly located for exploring the delightful Dorset countryside and coast. Bedrooms are spacious, very well furnished and equipped with thoughtful extras such as minifridges. Breakfast is served in the dining room of the main house, where a guest lounge is also located overlooking the lovely gardens.
Tucked away in this sleepy Dorset village, The Langton Arms offers stylish, light and airy accommodation and is a good base for touring this attractive area. Bedrooms, all on the ground-floor level in the modern annexe, are very well equipped and comfortable. There is a choice of dining options- the relaxed bar-restaurant or the more formal Stables Restaurant, offering innovative and appetising dishes. Breakfast is served in the conservatory dining room just a few steps through the pretty courtyard
Set on the edge of the quiet village of Seaton, yet close to Sea ham and the A19, the inn is popular with visitors and locals alike and is a blend of the modern and traditional. The emphasis is on food here with interesting homemade dishes offered in the restaurant and bar areas. The bedrooms, located in the adjoining building, are modern, spacious and smartly furnished.
Situated in a quiet corner of this charming Cotswold town, this restaurant with rooms offers a delightful combination of welcoming, relaxed hospitality and high quality cuisine. The spacious and well-equipped bedrooms are situated above the restaurant. The small and friendly team of staff ensure guests are very well looked after throughout their stay.
Located in the centre of the town, The Swan is a traditional coaching inn where guests have been welcomed for centuries. Bedrooms and bathrooms vary in size but are generally comfortably furnished and include some welcome extras. A varied choice of enjoyable meals is available from the ali-day menu, and a good selection of well-prepared dishes is offered at breakfast
A 17th-century barn and associated buildings have been restored to provide stylish accommodation. Bedrooms are smartly decorated and furnished, and the spacious bathrooms have power showers. There is a comfortable lounge, and a traditional English breakfast is served around a farmhouse table in the attractive dining room.
This former coaching inn, near Ross-on-Wye, makes a good base for exploring the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, and the atmosphere is relaxed and comfortable. The individually furnished bedrooms are thoughtfully equipped and very homely. Breakfast in the oak-beamed dining room offers home-made breads, freshly squeezed juice, fresh fruit platters, local sausages and fish choices. Home-cooked dinners are available by prior arrangement.
A very warm welcome is assured at this Victorian farmhouse located on a working farm in the middle of Romney Marsh. The bedrooms are well appointed and suitable for both the leisure and business guest. There is a spacious seating room and a well-kept garden for the warmer months.
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
Originally a cottage, this impressive property has been imaginatively developed to provide stylish accommodation. From its elevated position, views across the lush countryside are wonderful. All bedrooms provide high levels of comfort with separate seating areas; two of the spacious suites have external entrances. Breakfast makes use of excellent local produce, and a guest lounge is also available. Outside, guests can enjoy the garden, or perhaps take a stroll down to the River Tamar for a spot of fishing.
Located in a quiet residential area just a short walk from the town and beach, this friendly family-run accommodation is comfortable and well equipped. There is a lounge, a bar and a sun lounge for the use of guests. Breakfast is served in the dining room, where snacks are available throughout the day. The bar serves light snacks in the evenings. In addition to bedrooms in the main house, a family annexe is also available, newly built within the garden and offering flexible, level-access accommodation.
Just a short walk from the town centre, this 1930s house is conveniently situated for the Eden Project. The bright bedrooms offer good levels of comfort. Tasty and substantial breakfasts are served in the light and airy conservatory dining room. Ample off-road, secure parking is available too.
Many guests return time and again to this friendly, family-run house close to the town centre and the seafront. The granite-built property dates from 1760 and has smart, well-equipped bedrooms; two are on the ground floor. There is a quiet lounge for relaxing.
Located between town centre and lakeside pier, this Victorian house provides a range of thoughtfully furnished bedrooms, some of which are individually themed and equipped with spa baths. Comprehensive breakfasts are served in the spacious dining room and a cosy lounge is available.
A warm welcome awaits at this elegant Georgian country house with views over Esthwaite Water and the surrounding countryside. The thoughtfully equipped bedrooms have been decorated and furnished with care. There is a charming lounge with an open fire, and a splendid dining room where a carefully prepared fivecourse dinner is served. Breakfasts have a fine reputation due to the skilful use of local produce