A Warm Welcome...
15 properties found
Historic Scottish castle bed and breakfast near Glasgow International airport
Welcome to our ‘boutique’ style Inn set in Stow on the Wold in the heart of the Cotswolds. In addition to the well priced contemporary style guest rooms, the Inn boasts two cosy bars and an atmospheric dining room. There are lots of open fires and there is also plenty of parking in the Inn’s private car park.
The lodge at Samlesbury is set in the delightful grounds of the Hall, with secure private parking. The lodge offers a sumptous double bedroom with sleigh bed, lounge with sofa bed, TV, vanity/office/second bedroom with work areas and sofa bed. Large bathroom with roll top bath and double shower. This grade one 4 star gatehouse offers free access to the Hall during opening hours. Tea/coffee making facilities & breakfast available. Late check in available, but please contact the Hall to confirm!
The Kings Head is a traditional Inn built in 1622 on the west side of Lower Bridge Street. The name refers to when King Charles stayed at the nearby Gamul House during the English Civil War. The building its self is full of character with traditionally wooden beams, open fire places for the winter and friendly staff. The Inn is situated just a few minutes' walk from city centre; making it a perfect location for tourists or couples escaping to relax. To top it all off we serve fresh food daily
Welcome to The Brocket Arms. This delightful country inn was built in the 14th century and retains all the traditional features one would hope to find therein.
The Manor House is a two storey 16th Century listed building in the heart of County Durham in the North East of England. We provide comfortable accommodation, private function room, picturesque beer garden with a childrens play area, serving traditional home cooked foods along with local ales, beers, wines and spirits.
The Horse & Jockey at Waddington is a traditional English village pub set in the heart of Lincolnshire and only a 15 minute drive from the centre of the historic city of Lincoln. Run by Linsey and Lynne Tott a warm welcome always awaits you.
A 14th Century Country Inn situated on the Welsh border of the Wye Valley, the Rhydspence is a former drovers inn that enjoys magnificent views of the Welsh hills and picturesque Herefordshire countryside.
The C17th Cotswold Fox Inn, Barrington, is located in the prettiest country pub setting, on the Banks of the River Windrush, near Burford, Oxon. 7 rooms of recently built / renovated high quality B&B accomodation, with the 4 Riverview Mews being exceptional. Locally sourced specials menu site neatly alongside a traditional pub menu, either to br taken in the olde worlde bar, riverside conservatory bar or Al Fresco in the Riverside Beer Garden, with many speciality locally sourced drinks.
The Crown Inn dates back to 1739, when two separate dwellings were altered to make the one building as you see today. Back in December 2006 we had a chimney survey done here and found out that the design of the once communal chimney dates the original dwellings back to pre 1530.
Dobbins Inn is a family run establishment. The building is steep in history and folklore dating back to the 13th Century. The hotel includes 15 well appointed bedrooms with complimentary WIFI, a public bar with lounge, small meeting/ conference room and a 70 seater restaurant. Dobbins is located in the heart of Carrickfergus and is a must see venue when visiting the town. Located on the world famous Causeway coastal route, it is only 15 mins to Belfast and 15 mins to Larne.
A warm Scottish Borders welcome awaits you at Binniemyre Guest House in Galashiels. Our large Victorian mansion affords you all the space and privacy you need to relax with family or friends.With a range of twin, double and family rooms, there is accommodation at Binniemyre to suit everyone. We welcome group bookings and also accept well behaved pets. There is ample private, off-road parking for a number of cars and provision can be make to securely store bicycles overnight.
The Shoe Inn is set quite literally on the edge of The New Forest National Park. For hundreds of years the Inn has provided food, shelter and of course drinks to weary travelers and holidaymakers alike. The location is ideal for those wishing to explore the area , from beaches in Bournemouth to stones in Stonehenge. We are proud to offer offer a wide variety of beers wine and spirits along with good food and of course a hearty cooked breakfast.
A Coaching Inn built in the early 18th century, the George and Dragon provides comfortable rooms and good food. Recent concessions to modern living include direct dial telephones, en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities and sky TV.