The Marlborough

The Marlborough is a beautifully refurbished, handsome, 15th century pub situated in the heart of the Dedham Vale and Constable Country. The pub has five beautifully styled king size en-suite double bedrooms, including rooms suitable for dog friendly stays. The village of Dedham sits on the River Stour and the border of Essex and Suffolk, seven miles from the centre of historic Colchester.

The Inn at Cheltenham Parade

The Inn at Cheltenham Parade is a beautifully renovated 19th century townhouse, situated in the centre of the spa town of Harrogate. They have 15 beautifully decorated en-suite bedrooms, each of which is a real home from home. They are located a short stroll from the Exhibition Centre, Harrogate Theatre, Spa Baths, Royal Hall Theatre, Betty’s Café Tea Rooms and Harrogate Rail and Bus Stations.

Parson’s Collar

Parson’s Collar and the Lodge at Solent is a business, family and dog friendly pub conveniently located close to Whiteley Village, a popular shopping and leisure destination. Their brand-new, affordable, air-conditioned bedrooms are all spacious, with a contemporary coastal feel. Whiteley is near to the town of Fareham, at the north west tip of Portsmouth Harbour, 15 minutes from the beach.

The White Lion

The White Lion is a beautifully refurbished village pub situated on the southern side of the Isle of Wight, and surrounded by rolling hills and panoramic beaches. Their six en-suite bedrooms are a home-from-home, and include great options for families and guests requiring a single room. Niton sits to the west of Ventnor, and has stunning views of the Needles, chalk white cliffs and farmland.

The Chequers Inn

The Chequers Inn is a traditional rural pub surrounded by panoramic walking trails. They are situated in the pretty village of Rookley, near to the centre of the island and just a few miles south of Newport. They have three comfortable en-suite bedrooms, and welcome motor homes at their allocated pitches. The closest beach to Rookley is Shanklin, about five miles east of the village.

The Cross Keys

The Cross Keys is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Aldeburgh’s High Street, on Crabbe Street. Step inside and you will find homecooked food, an array of Adnams drinks, three bedrooms located in the eaves, a secluded courtyard and panoramic sea views. Aldeburgh is a seaside town with sandy beaches, an abundance of restaurants, cafes, boutique shops, art galleries and a cinema.

Kinloch Lodge

Kinloch Lodge is an award-winning former 17th century hunting lodge, situated at the foot of a long private drive up Kinloch Hill on the shoreline of Loch Na Dal. This destination restaurant on the Isle of Skye has 14 unique bedrooms, and combines the relaxed comfort of highland hospitality with world-class food.

Oak Tree Inn

The Oak Tree Inn is a 38 bedroom inn, pub, restaurant, cafe and village shop on the West Highland Way at Balmaha, Loch Lomond. There are a mutlitude of different bedroom options to choose from including great choices for families. Balmaha is a village on the eastern shore of Loch Lomond, about 30 minutes from Stirling and just over 25 miles from Glasgow.

St Tudy Inn

The St.Tudy Inn is a wonderful pub and restaurant with rooms, situated in the beautiful inland village of St Tudy, a quiet retreat in the heart of the Cornish countryside. Their four elegant bedrooms, one of which is dog friendly, are housed in a renovated barn, adjacent to the Inn. They are located less than 14 miles from Rock and Padstow, and just 6 miles from Wadebridge.