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'Blenheim Lodge . . . panoramic lake views, peace and tranquillity, nestled against 50 acres of beautiful National Park in the heart of the English Lake District.' You are assured of friendly hospitality and a personal touch in our lovely family home! We welcome YOU! Away from the traffic and crowds, and nestling against acres of beautiful National Park fields and woodlands, is our secluded Bowness guest house offering bed and breakfast accommodation just 5 minutes walk from the centre of Bowness village and Lake Windermere.
A Beautiful 17th Century Cotswolds Stone/Victorian Farmhouse Bed And Breakfast, Ideally Situated Just Outside The Wonderfully Picturesque Village Of Broadway And Four Miles From The Old Wool Market Town Of Chipping Campden. Explore The Cotswolds, With Our Beautiful Hills And Countryside And Delightful Cotswold Stone Villages, Or Shakespeare Country Which Is Right On Our Doorstep.
The Old Vicarage: In The Heart Of 1066 Country In The Village Of Icklesham, Close To The Historic Cinque Ports Of Rye 3m Winchelsea 2m And Hastings 7m And Some Fantastic Beaches. We Are Surrounded By Beautiful Countryside, Apple Orchards With Many Public Footpaths, And There Is A Nature Conservation Wood Within Easy Walking Distance From The House.
An ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Vale of Berkeley Guest is situated on the A38 halfway between Bristol and Gloucester. Currently there are six rooms with a maximum capacity for 12 persons. Owned and run by Harri and Claire since May 2012 we provide a friendly, professional service. Special rates available for longer stays if working in the area
Dowfold House Bed & Breakfast is in a quiet location overlooking Crook, with stunning views over Weardale as far as the North Pennines. We welcome business visitors, tourers, cyclists, walkers, dogs and children. People just keep coming back! Jill & Rupert (not to mention our dog and two cats...) look forward to welcoming you to this lovely, comfortable Victorian house with its delightful gardens.Built in 1860 for Joseph Pease, local mine owner and first Quaker MP, the house has some historical interest. It is an ideal place to stay when visiting the North East of England. Durham City is just a 15 minute drive away and the house is just a few minutes from the A68, a major route to and from Scotland.
Jeremy and Sally welcome you to their contemporary home offering quiet relaxing accommodation within a stones throw of the harbour. Open to guests for bed and breakfast serving (when possible) locally sourced organic food. A few minutes level walk to the beach and harbour, local pubs and nature reserve but on the edge of the New Forest and 5 minutes drive to Christchurch.