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This impressive beamed Victorian building is full of character, and is set in a quiet street just half a mile from bustling Nuneaton town centre.
Tucked away in the heart of Sussex Weald, this striking 18th-century coaching inn is renowned for its excellent food, friendly service, and Georgian grandeur.
Standing on the famous Roman road, Watling Street, in the charming market town of Stony Stratford, this traditional coaching inn has been welcoming visitors since the 15th century.
The Coked Hat is great little hotel. With recently refurbished rooms, it makes a comfortable and convenient base from which to explore this wonderful part of the West Midlands.
This classic old coaching inn offers a warm welcome, friendly staff and a cosy retreat from bustling Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
Overlooking the Isle of Purbeck, the hotel commands great sea views from the cliff tops and looks out on some of Dorset’s best beaches.
This charming 14th-century posting house lies in the tranquil village of Old Sodbury, on the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds.
This attractive, stone-built, 19th-century country inn is a lovely place to stay, and makes a great base for exploring the north east.
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.
Built in the 1930s, and refurbished in 2010, this comfy, family friendly hotel is set in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, close to the historic villages of Wentbridge and Badsworth.
Friendly, full of character, and perfectly blending the old with the new, The Dartbridge makes a great base for exploring this fabulous part of Dartmoor and the country.
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.
Believe or not, this striking red-brick and ivy-covered hotel was built with the proceeds of a bet! In 1865, a racehorse called Ely won the prestigious Ascot Gold Cup. The hotel was then named in their honour by the delighted racegoer.
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.
You’ll find a warm welcome at this modern inn on the edge of the famous Navy town of Portsmouth. So expect a great deal, friendly staff, tasty reasonably priced food and drink, and a really handy location.