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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.
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The Felin Fach Griffin is a dining pub with rooms nestling near the book town of Hay-on-Wye between The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons.
The Stiperstones Inn, offers refreshments, food and accommodation in the heart of the South Shropshire Hills. The Inn is in a great location for walking the Stiperstones ridge, the Long Mynd and surrounding countryside, or for just chilling out in beautiful surroundings with a good book.
We strive to provide a personal service. From the moment you arrive our friendly inn staff are always on hand to assist and share their local knowledge. Since the early 16th Century The Black Boy Inn hotel has been welcoming weary travellers and visitors to the Town of Caernarfon and region of Snowdonia. Some things don't change, whether you want to drink, dine or unwind, you will find The Black Boy Inn the perfect base to explore the beautiful Snowdonia Mountains of North Wales and Angles...
The Pheasant at Neenton is a quintessential country inn serving some of the finest food in Shropshire, with local real ales and a wine list full of interest. Nestled below Brown Clee Hill, Shropshire's highest point, it lies midway between Bridgnorth and Ludlow, ideal for visiting Shropshire's many attractions or walking in the beautiful Shropshire Hills AONB.
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The award-winning Cholmondeley Arms sits at the heart of Lord Cholmondeley's estate in Cheshire. This iconic pub was completely restored by pub entrepreneurs, Tim Bird and Mary Mclaughlin, who operate several award-winning pubs in the county. The 'Chum' (as the pub is nicknamed) was an old Victorian schoolhouse and has six bedrooms in the adjacent 'Headmaster's House'.
Tucked away in the picturesque countryside of Cheshire is the 5-star Pheasant Inn, featuring 12 boutique-style bedrooms and a refined gastropub. With its enviable location high atop the Peckforton Hills and midway along the stunning Sandstone trail, the inn boasts unparalleled views of the Cheshire plain.
A harbour side Edwardian inn situated in the old Quaytown part of Minehead. Nestled at the gateway to Exmoor amongst the old fishermans cottages at the foot of the picturesque North Hill and the start of the South West Coastal Path the location is stunning. Serving traditional beers and river cottage style food for lunches and dinners and with a bar snack menu running all day, it's hospitality at its finest. With 12 bedrooms its a perfect venue for refreshments on days out and relaxing stays.
The Roebuck is the oldest Inn in Mobberley. Restored in 2016 to the great old English inn with an intimate bar, village bistro and six rustic boutique bedrooms. Guests will love the private gardens and the Roebuck's proximity to two other award winning pubs under the same ownership. The Bulls Head opposite and the Church Inn 800 yards walk away.
The King's Arms is a cosy award-winning country inn nestled deep within the stunning Cotswold countryside. Combining modern comfort with rustic elegance, each
Set in its own 40 acres, 16th century Tarr Farm Inn nestles just above Tarr Steps and the River Barle. Only 7 miles from Dulverton through beautiful wooded valleys and across the open moorland of Winsford Hill with stunning views of Wales, Devon and Dartmoor, Tarr Farm is the ideal location to take advantage of all that Exmoor National Park and North Devon has to offer. True tranquility offering the best relaxation.
The 18th century Red Lion hotel at Clovelly lies astride the 14th century harbour wall. Each of its 11 bedrooms enjoys either a spectacular sea or harbour view.
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The New Inn is uniquely situated in the heart of picturesque Clovelly, and it has welcomed visitors since the 17th century.
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We offer quality accommodation and award winning food in a restful country inn off the beaten track in deepest Somerset. Enjoy relaxing evenings watching the sun setting over the nearby Downside Abbey. Savour our fine ales, ciders, wines and whisky's. Visit the local area including Bath, Bristol, Glastonbury and Wells - return for a stunning evening meal in our candle lit restaurant with the smell of oak burnt on our open fires.
A Country Pub with 6 light and airy en-suite rooms with Free High Speed WiFi. Large open plan bar with cosy corners and a log fire to enjoy the hearty homemade food that is on offer also with two large car parks onsite so there is plenty of free parking. This Dog Friendly country pub will suit most people who like to be surrounded by open fields and country walk ways. Due to the recent shutdown some services maybe reduced or limited. A lock box service maybe used for check in.
The Red Lion Inn is a traditional West Country pub with style, right in the heart of Chulmleigh. The historic pub presents a warm, friendly and inviting atmosphere. Known at the 'Pride of Chulmleigh' the Red Lion seeks to serve a good selection of beers and locally brewed real ales and fine wine. Along with stylish ensuite rooms the Red Lion is a must visit. Parking available on-site.
Situated amongst the steep hills and cobbled streets of the historic market town of Frome, the four star-rated Archangel dates back as far as the Domesday Book.
Traditional British AA 4 Gold Star Inn at Stourhead, one of the National Trust's most famous gardens. English cooking using regional foods, ales brewed in the next village and with five charming en-suite bedrooms. Only 150 metres from the breathtaking lake and walks of the garden, this beautiful setting is The Spread Eagle.
18th Century property offering comfortable bedrooms, freshly cooked food, bar and gardens with a warm and friendly atmosphere.
The Mitre Inn is a traditional Freehouse serving a range of real ales and ciders. The pub dates back to 1851 and has kept its charm with flagstone floors and woodburning stoves. Throughout the year, you can enjoy extensive views across the valley of Sandford Orcas and relax in the beer garden. The pub is dog friendly but unfortunately we are not able to accommodate dogs in the letting rooms. We have two newly refurbished letting rooms both of which have ensuite shower rooms.
The Inn at Whitewell offer a relaxed and friendly service together with an enjoyable and inexpensive experience. Situated high on the banks of the River Hodder, with spectacular views down the valley into the heart of the Forest of Bowland. There are twenty three bedrooms, fourteen of which have open fires making those winter evenings a little more cosy. Eating is a culinary delight with the kitchen staff consistently producing delicious wholesome food for the bar at lunch and supper, with se...
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The ideal location for exploring historic Pendle Witch territory, the luxury accommodation at the Assheton Arms in Downham near Clitheroe is perfectly suited to families and couples alike. Accommodation at the Assheton Arms comprises 12 bedrooms located in the former Downham Post Office and Ash Tree Cottage. Their location in the unspoilt conservation village of Downham offers stunning views of Pendle Hill. The village itself has been a popular TV and film location for many decades, with p...
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