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In need of a short break? We have some fantastic hotels all across the UK that have been recently refurbished! With a pub at the heart of every hotel, you can now enjoy one of your favourite drinks (or two) and relax in our newly decorated sites during your stay!
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Hotels with refurbished rooms!
Perched above pretty Leicestershire countryside, close to the market town of Coalville, you can enjoy recently refurbished rooms at The Charnwood Arms Hotel.
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.
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.
Famous for its welcoming atmosphere, this attractive hotel is set in the leafy Newcastle suburb of Heaton, just 10 minutes from the vibrant city centre.
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.
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!
Family-friendly hotel and pub located in the heart of Chester. The Oaklands is the perfect destination for tourist trips to this fabulous city.
Located close to Watford Town Centre, and with easy access to the M25 and M1, this recently refurbished hotel is ideally located for business and leisure guests alike.
Full of character and recently refurbished, this classic English seaside hotel is ideally located on Southbourne cliff top. Family friendly with fantastic sea views.
This hotel dates back to 1705. It was the birthplace of the Midland Railway in 1832, and even gets a mention in D.H.Lawrence's Sons & Lovers.