Pubs have become great places to stay offering fantastically homemade locally sourced food in a comfortable environment, along with providing brilliant entertainment such as live music and beer festivals. Pubs really do offer so much more than just a place to sleep. Staying in a pub B&B offers visitors the chance to really get a taste of the Great British pub and what the surrounding area has to offer. Visitors can also enjoy the finest cask ales, fine wines, and selection of beers and lagers that the pub has to offer.
You will have an extremely enjoyable and comfortable night’s sleep when staying in a pub B&B throughout the UK. Rooms are now fitted with all the modern necessities such as flat screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, modern en-suite bathrooms, and free Wi-Fi throughout the pub.
The scenery around Britain during the summer months is spectacular, seeing the countryside transform. There are many amazing places to visit across the UK during the summer season, whether you are looking for a Welsh castle, a 2,500 acre park in the capital, the wilderness of the Lake District, a Scottish hedge from 1745, or the manicured lawns of a landscaped garden in Yorkshire, the UK will not disappoint.
Summer is a great time of the year to go walking or biking around many of Britain’s beautiful trails, soaking up the stunning summer scenery. Summer also provides a colourful backdrop for family days out and with spectacular summer colours expected this year, then it is surely the perfect time to stay in a pub B&B to enjoy all the fantastic opportunities that a British pub has to offer, along with the wonderful sites of Britain.
Summer can be the best time to visit many of the UK’s fantastic tourist attractions. Below are three of the hottest must see locations this summer.
Stourhead, Wiltshire opened in the 1740s and offers wonderfully landscaped gardens and spectacular sights of the trees and flowers that grow there. The world famous landscape garden has at its centrepiece a magnificent lake reflecting classical temples, mystical grottoes, and rare and exotic trees, offering a day of fresh air and discovery to those who visit.
Westonbirt Arboretum, Gloucestershire is home to some 18,000 trees and shrubs, set in a grade one listed historic landscape. The old Arboretum features a host of rare and exotic specimens that date back to the 1850s and is also home to the UK’s national collection of Japanese maples; a must see display of vibrant oranges and reds.
Grizedale Forest, Lake District is sprawled over the hills between Coniston Water and Windermere. The Grizedale Forest looks at its best during the autumn months and visitors can enjoy the 60 outdoor sculptures that are dotted among the trees, as well as a walk across the hills or a bike ride along the mountains.
Other top places to visit include; Friston Forest, Richmond Park, Bedgebury, The Wye Valley, Hamsterley Forest, and the Burnham Beeches.
So if you are not sure where to spend your autumn break, why not stay in a pub B&B and experience the best summer sites the UK has to offer?