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Country House Bed & Breakfast in Wales

A proud and independent nation where the Welsh language is the first language of many, particularly in the north and west. There is a strong tradition of choral singing, and the Welsh love of music in all its forms. Literature and poetry is also manifest in the large number of eisteddfods, a tradition going back at least eight centuries. The decline in the Welsh mining industry has now resulted in tourism being the most important industry. Set out below are luxury Country House Bed & Breakfasts in the UK including Wychwood House.
3 Results In Or Near Wales
in Wales
Wychwood House is a friendly B&B set in the lovely historic village of Penally, just a 10 minute walk from Tenby South Beach and a 20 minute walk along a public footpath to Tenby, or alternatively a longer walk along the length of the South Beach to Tenby Town.
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in Wales
Gwaenynog Farmhouse is located 2 miles from a main road, so is quiet and surrounded by farmland. The only sounds guests will hear are birds and sheep! Guests love watching the bird feeder at breakfast, and with walks from the door, they can enjoy the peace and tranquility of Gwaenynog.
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in Wales
With a Victorian gothic style that looks like it's jumped straight out of a 19th century novel, you'll fall in love with this former hunting lodge turned B&B. Set in the beautiful Mendip Hills just one mile from the cathedral city of Wells, it's got all the hallmarks of a cool country pile: posh-looking antique furniture to admire in the reception rooms, roaring fires to warm chilly hands, and a Victorian walled garden to stroll around, bursting with colourful English bluebells and featuring ...
14 Results Slightly Further Afield
118.1 miles from the centre of Wales
Longlands B&B is a friendly B&B on the edge of the picturesque village of East Coker of TS Eliot fame. Only a mile from Yeovil it is rural but not remote! Guests love the tranquility here and the beautiful views over the lake.
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67.6 miles from the centre of Wales
Huntlands Farm Bed and Breakfast offers a unique rural retreat set on a family run, working farm in the heart of Herefordshire/Worcestershire countryside.
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45.6 miles from the centre of Wales
Whitton Hall is a family run B&B in the heart of the Shropshire/Welsh borders. Guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast before choosing to relax and unwind in the peace and quiet of the beautiful gardens or they can venture further afield and explore some of the medieval market towns and castles near by.
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74.1 miles from the centre of Wales
Mere Brook House is a charming Edwardian house, standing in almost four acres of gardens and grounds, offering quality B&B accommodation. The house is surrounded by beautiful gardens, with mature trees, grassy paddocks and woodland which leads down to the Mere Brook.
42.2 miles from the centre of Wales
ENJOY ONE OF THE BEST BREAKFAST VIEWS IN IDYLLIC HEREFORDSHIRE! Castle Hill House is an elegant boutique B&B with lots of character and style and some amazing
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101.7 miles from the centre of Wales
'The Ridges' originally built in the 1700's as a gentleman's residence, became the home of wealthy mill owners in the 1800's. It stayed within the same family passing down from father to son until approximately early 1950, when the present owner's family bought it. It is surrounded by lovely exstensive gardens and woodlands, and is situated just below the West Pennine hills. Traditional bedrooms are upstairs , with flowery fabrics and patterned walls. Breakfast is served in a cosy room, overl...
117.8 miles from the centre of Wales
Orchardleigh B&B is on the edge of the charming, rural hamlet of Stowell on the North Dorset/Somerset border. From Orchardleigh there is a large choice of gourmet pubs with their open log fires and delicious food within a 5 mile radius and the closest being only a 20 minute walk away. Stowell is surrounded by rolling hills and open farmland and offers wonderful walking country with a wide choice of public and bridle paths, fabulous rolling hills, breathtaking views and a choice of walks fr...
Reviews: (4)
82.7 miles from the centre of Wales
Highcliffe House is a multi award-winning, 5-star B&B exclusively for adults. Experience a breakfast like no other with breathtaking coastal views. Located on t
61.5 miles from the centre of Wales
Worthenbury Manor, a traditional country house and a special place to stay, nestles in the Welsh Marches between Chester, Wrexham & Shrewsbury. It's ideal for exploring North East Wales, South Cheshire & North Shropshire. Expect a rural setting, comfy 4 poster beds, open log fires, antiques, a wildlife-friendly garden and a hearty breakfast showcasing local produce.
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44.0 miles from the centre of Wales
A characterful country inn with an award winning restaurant set in the Shropshire Hills near Bishops Castle. There are 7 luxury bedrooms and a self catering cottage. Rated 5 out of 5 for food in Hardens guide the reputation of the restaurant is growing rapidly.
127.5 miles from the centre of Wales
Manor Farm, Droop was built originally as the coach house to the Manor in approximately 1860. Since then it has undergone several changes culminating in today´s
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46.1 miles from the centre of Wales
Afon Gwyn Country House guest house is a husband and wife run B&B situated close to the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National park and close to mount Snowdon. Scenic views with mountains, lakes and waterfalls, together with historic castles and the coast all in close proximity.
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67.4 miles from the centre of Wales
17th century farmhouse set in its own stunning garden and surrounding countryside. 10 minutes drive from the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge,with its many and varied attractions. Also close to the historic towns of Ludlow, Shrewsbury ,Much Wenlock and Bridgnorth. Other attractions incude world renowned David Austin roses , Cosford Aerospace museum and the Severn Valley Railway.
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108.3 miles from the centre of Wales
The Lynch Country House B&B is a fabulous Georgian residence set in the heart of lush Somerset countryside on the edge of the medieval market town of Somerton, the ancient capital of Wessex. The house is Grade II* listed and is surrounded by well tended grounds with many specimen trees and flowers and a lake which is home to resident Black Swans. The perfect base to explore famous gardens, stately homes and many other places of interest - Bath, Bristol, Cheddar, Dorchester, Glastonbury, Sherb...
Reviews: (5)
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