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Anchorage House is a luxurious small country lodge, and the ultimate in Cornwall and Eden Project accommodation, offering indulgent bistro suppers, heated indoor swimming and leisure complex with sauna, hot tub, spa treatments, gym making the feel more like a country house hotel than a B&B. Special attention to detail and flair is evident everywhere. Awarded 5 stars by the AA and Visit Britain and 'Britains Best Bed and Breakfast' in 2003 / 2005, Anchorage House has been named as one of the '100 Finest Places to Stay in England', 'B&B of the Year Southwest England' and is the highest rated Guest accommodation in Cornwall
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
Claremont built in 1873, situated in a central position. We have been awarded AA highly commended yellow stars award. We offer 7 en-suite bedrooms, all decorated and furnished to a very high standard. Each room has a colour TV, clock radio, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryer and many other touches to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Guest House Official Rating: 4 Star
This comfortable, stylish and friendly house offers all you could want, a home from home, and then some. The refurbishment of this 18th Century Town house did not stop at the front door, Fiona has transformed a previously dark and weed infested uninspiring space into a delightful and tranquil walled garden, filled with scented plants including Shrub and Climbing Roses from David Austin and Peter Beales, Irish Yews, Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Clematis and many perennials, just a delight for you to share.
Enjoy traditional hospitality and experience authentic country life at our working family farm, Woonton Court, Leysters, Leominster We offer both bed and breakfast in our Tudor farmhouse and the freedom of self-catering in a comfortable converted historic building, The Mill House Flat, which sleeps 3/4. We welcome you to walk the farm (strong footwear advised!) Observe the animals; enjoy free-range eggs and local produce; and appreciate the peace and tranquillity of the local scenery.Woonton Court is an ideal base for exploring the Welsh Marches, Ludlow, Historic Hereford and for visiting National Trust properties. Many local gardens and woodlands to visit. Peaceful walks, exceptional wildflowers and abundant wildlife - including a variety of birds.
The perfect choice for exploring Exmoor and the coast, or just relaxing in this charming and exceptionally well situated house in an enviable location. With peaceful surroundings rooms are beautifully presented and the standards of food, comfort and hospitality have won annual awards. A perfect example of an establishment where you can be sure of a warm and friendly welcome and excellent value for money, Longmead has eight comfortable and attractively decorated bedrooms, each with its own charming character but all equipped to the highest standards including en-suite facilities, in addition to well appointed public rooms.
A charming period house set in the heart of Norfolk. Double bedrooms with full en-suite. T.V. DVD. Coffee and tea making facilities drinks cooler. Choice of breakfast, (full English or Continental). Evening meals and lunch packs available. Grazing for horses. Parking for touring caravans. Dog-friendly. Beautiful quiet hamlet with wonderful walks and countryside.
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.