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Set on the edge of the North Wessex downs, near the historic market town of Newbury, The Berkshire Arms started life as a farmhouse in the 18th Century. Now a charming hotel, it’s a lovely place to stay in the idyllic village of Midgham.
This charming 17th-century farmhouse pub is set in the leafy village of Kirby Muxloe, and overlooks the ruins of Kirby Muxloe Castle.
This attractive, stone-built, 19th-century country inn is a lovely place to stay, and makes a great base for exploring the north east.
The De Trafford Hotel is a great base for exploring Cheshire or the Peak District, or visiting vibrant Manchester. Keep your eyes peeled and you might even spot a star or two!
Nestled in the peaceful Oxfordshire countryside, the 19th Century Dog House hotel was originally built as stables and kennels for local landed gentry.
This 17th-century former coaching inn was once a major stop on the old road from London to Birmingham. Now it’s a beautifully renovated hotel brimming with charm and character.
This Grade II listed Georgian building was once the lodge house for the 18th century Staffordshire mansion of Himley Hall.
Set in the heart of North Yorkshire, this 18th-century Georgian inn, with recently refurbished rooms, overlooks Yorkshire’s largest market square in the historic market town of Masham!
This attractive traditional stone country inn is set in a rural conservation area on a peaceful country lane in Lamesley village, near Gateshead close to the ruins of Ravensworth Castle.
Brimming with traditional 16th-century charm, this chic boutique hotel offers fabulous comfort in the heart of the historic, old castle town of Kenilworth.
Backing onto lovely Northamptonshire countryside, on the outskirts of the historic town of Weedon Bec, this hotel is full of character and brimming with original features, old oak beams, and little nooks and crannies.
Set in the tranquil Staffordshire village of Tutbury, this Grade II listed, 15th Century former coaching inn has an attractive half-timbered exterior and an interior that’s brimming with character.
Nestled in the Chilterns, within easy reach of London and Windsor, this charming hotel sits in the heart of the upmarket Buckinghamshire town of Gerrards Cross.
Set in the picturesque village of Mulberry Green on the edge of historic Old Harlow, this lovely, whitewashed, ivy-clad, 14th-century former coaching inn offers all the creature comforts of a modern hotel.
Boasting old beams, lots of nooks and crannies and an idyllic location beside the tranquil River Sowe, this former watermill dates back to at least the 16th century.
Burton on Trent
his charmingly updated vintage farmhouse has been offering great views across the historic River Trent since 1861.
A charming comfortable 18th-century inn with stone floors, open fires and big leather sofas set opposite the picturesque village green.
Set in lovely Hampshire countryside in the historic village of North Waltham, this 18th-century Georgian coaching inn is a great place to eat, meet and celebrate.
This traditional 18th-century turnpike inn is set on the edge of Windsor Great Park, overlooking Virginia Water Lake.
Set in the heart of the charming New Forest village of Lyndhurst, this traditional country hotel is a fine place to enjoy a well-earned break, or a relaxed meal.
Chalfont St Giles
You’ll find the friendly White Hart Hotel sitting amongst the pretty Chiltern hills, in the lovely village of Chalfont St Giles.