Bower House Inn

The Bower House Inn sits in Eskdale, a glacial valley, close to Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain. Dating to 1751, this charming coaching inn has 20 comfortable single, double, twin, and family en-suite bedrooms. With idyllic views of Muncaster Fell the pub is a 10-minute drive west of the village of Holmrook. Book a stay and enjoy a breathtakingly beautiful Lake District escape.

The Coppleridge Inn

The Coppleridge Inn sits in the tranquil Dorset village of Motcombe, two miles north of the charming market town of Shaftesbury. Dog and family friendly, the pub is set within ten acres of countryside, and has two eco log cabins and ten spacious en-suite bedrooms. Book a stay and enjoy traditional pub food, local brews and bucketful’s of adventure, relaxation, and authentic pub experiences.

Winyard’s Gap Inn

Winyard’s Gap Inn sits on the outskirts of the idyllic village of Chedington, nestled high in the chalk fields of West Dorset. Surrounded by panoramic National Trust land, the pub has four spacious double en-suite bedrooms, and two studio bedrooms with a kitchenette, lounge, and private outdoor space. The pub is the picture-perfect, dog friendly base from which to explore the Jurassic Coast.

The Buccleuch Arms

The Buccleuch Arms sits in the vibrant town of Moffat on the River Annan, in the heart of southern Scotland. Within proximity of the M74 motorway, this former 18th coaching inn has 13 comfortable double, twin, triple, and quad family bedrooms. Popular with walkers, cyclists, and motorcycle enthusiasts, the town is surrounded by rolling hills, valleys, lochs, and breathtaking scenery.

The Merchant’s House

The Merchant’s House was once known as The Catherine Wheel, a drinking haunt for the Cavaliers. Dating to the 15th century, this historic meeting place sits in the centre of Salisbury and has 37 beautifully refurbished, air-conditioned bedrooms. The cathedral city of Salisbury is in the south east of the county and is one of the most historical and culturally significant places in England.

The Oyster Inn

The Oyster Inn sits in the village of Connel on the southern shore of Loch Etive, five miles from the bustling port of Oban. Dating to the 18th century the pub has 19 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, including four dog friendly ground floor rooms. The bar is affectionally known by locals as the Gluepot and their restaurant, which has glorious views serves delicious Scottish pub food.

The Lion

The Lion sits in the centre of East Bergholt, an idyllic Suffolk village just north of the Essex border. Metres away from John Constable’s birthplace, his studio, and stables, this beautifully refurbished pub and brasserie has five luxury bespoke en-suite bedrooms. Winner of the “Pub of the Year” 2022/23 at the East of England Tourism Awards, the pub is located a couple of minutes off the A12.

Twice Brewed Inn

The Twice Brewed Inn sits in the heart of rural Northumberland, a stone’s throw from Hadrian’s Wall, and surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Dog and family friendly, the pub has 23 comfortable bedrooms and is located within the protected Dark Sky Park. With its own onsite Brew House, this welcoming pub is a brilliant basecamp for walkers, cyclists, families, couples, and passing business guests.

The White Horse

The White Horse sits in the heart of Dorking’s high street, on the edge of the Surrey Hills. Opening in the spring of 2024, the pub is undergoing an extensive refurbishment to lovingly renovate the bar, dining area and beautiful bedrooms. Perfectly positioned to explore the Denbies Wine Estate and breathtaking Box Hill, bedrooms can be booked now for stays from Monday 18th March.