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The old Masonic Lodge is situated in a conservation area near to the centre of the historic market town of Shepton Mallet, which nestles in the beautiful Mendip Hills. , enjoy a warm and friendly welcome in our grade 2 listed Lodge.Steeped in history, once a mill, then home to an order of nuns, and later on a Masonic lodge.Guest kitchen, free WiFi
Beautiful three guest bedroom B&B in a period property in a rural village location on the edge of the Peak District National Park very close to Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Bakewell. We are located in the picturesque village of Rowsley, with a pub and two upmarket restaurants within a five minute walk. We have plenty of off road parking and secure bicycle storage on the property so our family run B&B is the perfect base while exploring the National Park.
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.
Best of UK - Bed & Breakfast Award Winner 2009-2010. One of the best B&B locations in London, England - walking distance to the central theatres, just across the road from Hyde Park and at the west end of Oxford Street - one mile of continuous shopping! Cheapest London room rates that include a full English breakfast. Friendly staff and atmosphere.
Broadgrove B&B offers unique peace and tranquillity at the day\'s end. On the Wiltshire / Somerset borders it is close to many local attractions and is central for Bath and Longleat. A 17th century organic smallholding set in the middle of its own land, it is surrounded by undulating countryside: a stunning location, with long views to the tiny Doomsday village of Cloford.
Neil & Sarah King welcome you to our Victorian family home, situated in a conservation area just a few moments from Beverley\'s charming historic market town centre. Guests can enjoy breakfast and dinner in our library / dining room and relax or watch television in our comfortable sitting room. Interesting decor, many pictures, books, log fires and a lovely garden.
This 17th century Coaching Inn at the gateway to Exmoor National Park, is situated on the banks of the gently flowing river Exe. Mentioned in R.D. Blackmore\'s \"Lorna Doone\" this historic Inn has been modernised to provide the very best of comfort and good taste, yet retains its old world charm and atmosphere. You can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome from the proprietors, and their staff. Situated on the banks of the gently flowing River Exe, the Anchor Inn is the ideal base for walking, fishing or just discovering the secrets of the National Exmoor Park. The extensive riverside gardens are ideal for relaxing or fishing on the riverbank. Children and dogs are very welcome.
Family-run, award-winning home with two superb en-suite bedrooms - one twin/double, one double, that are ideal for a relaxing visit to the historic market town of Beverley in East Yorkshire. PLUS twin/double garden suite with level access. Prices include full English or choice of breakfast and off-street parking in quiet, residential area close to town centre and amenities including rail and bus
Ashfield House is a bed and breakfast located in the charming town of Grassington, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Although a small market \'town\', locals fondly refer to Grassington as a \'village\' as it retains a close community and still feels part of a bygone age. When you first arrive in this delightful stepping stone to the Dales, it is hard not to be captivated by its timeless appeal. Set on the River Wharfe and surrounded by ancient woodland, Grassington is ideal for walking, fishing and cycling. YORKSHIRE DALES: Designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Yorkshire Dales National Park offers endless opportunities to recharge your batteries and be dazzled by unparalleled beauty. Hike in the hills, or perhaps go for a riverside walk along the River Wharfe as it meanders through stunning countryside. You are more than spoilt for choice in this corner of North Yorkshire. Grassington itself lies on \'The Dales Way\', an 80 mile trek from Yorkshire to the Lake District. So, if you are looking for a walking holiday in the Yorkshire Dales, with outstanding limestone scenery, Grassington is the perfect base.