The George Hotel

The George is a striking 15th century coaching inn situated opposite the Dorchester Abbey and Museum in the village of Dorchester on Thames. Step inside this characterful inn with rooms and you will find original oak beams and inglenook fireplaces. The pub has 25 beautifully refurbished single, double, and twin en-suite bedrooms split across two floors. For the ultimate luxury book the suite.

The Feathers Hotel

The Feathers Hotel is a beautifully refurbished Tudor coaching inn situated in the market town of Ledbury, voted by The Telegraph as one of the prettiest towns in Britain. Close to south Wales as well as the historic cities of Worcester, Hereford, and Gloucester, the pub has 20 gorgeous en-suite bedrooms split across two floors. Book a stay and experience the breathtaking Malvern Hills.

The Duchess of Cornwall

The Duchess of Cornwall is a welcoming three-storey West Country inn, designed on a grand scale. Situated in Poundbury on the outskirts of Dorchester, the pub has 20 Georgian-inspired en-suite double bedrooms. Book a stay and enjoy Dorset’s breathtaking walking trails and historic attractions such as Cerne Abbas, Maiden Castle, or Max Gate, a Victorian house built for the author Thomas Hardy.

The Crown Hotel

The Crown Hotel sits in the heart of Blandford Forum, a market town on the banks of the River Stour, 13 miles from Poole. With views over the nearby Stour Meadows, the pub has 27 characterful double, double/twin, twin, family, and dog friendly bedrooms. A popular choice if you are planning a family break, business trip, romantic break for two, or staycation 12 miles from the Dorset coast.

The Queens Head Inn

The Queens Head is a traditional Yorkshire Dales inn situated in the pretty village of Kettlesing, six miles west of the spa town of Harrogate. The pub is the picture-perfect base from which to explore Harrogate and the breathtaking Nidderdale AONB. Book a stay in one of their eight comfortable bedrooms, and enjoy delicious pub classics, well-kept real ales, and friendly Yorkshire hospitality.

The Bildeston Crown

The Bildeston Crown is a 15th century, dog friendly former coaching inn situated in the thriving Suffolk village of Bildeston. The pub has 12 classically designed en-suite bedrooms, each of which has unique characterful features and the comfiest beds. One of the best places to eat in Suffolk, the pub is the picture-perfect base from which to explore Long Melford, Lavenham, and Constable Country.

The Manor House

The Manor House is a 16th century, dog friendly manor situated in the historic market town of Moreton-in-Marsh. Step inside this idyllic country house and you will find a two AA Rosette restaurant, the Beagle pub bar, and 35 timelessly designed bedrooms. Book a Cotswold stay and enjoy cosy armchairs, log fires, unpretentious fine dining, local ales, and afternoon tea in the walled garden.

The Bear of Rodborough

The Bear on Rodborough Common sits amongst the rambling hills of beautiful National Trust land, a five-minute drive from the market town of Stroud. Set within 300 acres of beautiful countryside, this former 17th century coaching inn has 44 characterful bedrooms. Book a stay and enjoy delicious food, and a pint of cask ale in a cosy armchair beside a crackling log fire.

The Bay Tree

The Bay Tree is an award-winning, dog friendly pub and hotel with 21 charming bedrooms. Standing proudly in Burford, a town on the River Windrush, in the Cotswold hills, this Grade 11 listed building was the former home of Sir Lawrence Tanfield, Chief Baron of the Exchequer to Queen Elizabeth I. Book a stay and enjoy delicious food and drink in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds.