The Lamb Inn

The Lamb Inn is a historic Cotswolds pub nestled in the quintessentially English village of Shipton-under-Wychwood, between Burford and Chipping Norton. The pub has ten beautifully renovated bedrooms, all with king size or super king beds, en-suite walk in showers, and some with luxurious roll-top baths. The village is one of three named after the ancient forest of Wychwood.

The Weeping Willow

The Weeping Willow is a beautifully restored, 16th century country pub located in the village of Barrow, a few miles west of Bury St Edmunds. The pub has seven newly built lodges, each of which embraces the breathtaking nature on their doorstep. Their luxurious lodges are the picture-perfect destination for families, couples, friends, or dog friendly stays, and two also have wood fired hot tubs.

The Woodman Inn

The Woodman Inn is an 18th century country pub, situated in an idyllic setting with a revered reputation for their delicious food, fabulous wine and cask marque ales. They have 22 stylish bedrooms, including good options for dog and family friendly stays. They sit in a picturesque wooded hamlet, and are conveniently located close to a motorway network, about five miles south east of Huddersfield.

The Crown Inn

The Crown Inn sits in the heart of the Lake District in the picturesque village of Coniston. They have 13 beautifully refurbished bedrooms, including good options for dog and family friendly stays. The village is extremely popular with walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, because of its position at the foot of one of Cumbria’s most breathtaking fells, the Old Man of Coniston.

The Lygon Arms

The Lygon Arms sits in the quintessentially English village of Broadway in the heart of The Cotswolds. Their Grill by the revered chef and television presenter James Martin, showcases exemplary dishes inspired by local, artisanal and seasonal produce. They have a variety of cosy bedrooms, and historical suites and their own luxurious spa. Broadway is located between Evesham and Moreton-in-Marsh.

The Stump

Mind your head as you step into this old school Cotswolds institution and make yourself at home in the most buzzy pub in Gloucestershire. The Stump has ten well-presented rooms and with fires always lit, you will instantly feel welcome. Recently named “One of the Top 80 British Hotels” by The Times, guests just need to order a pint of Deya and one of their legendary pizzas and your night is set.

The Hare & Hounds Inn

The Hare & Hounds Inn is an award-winning country pub, situated in the picturesque hamlet of Bowland Bridge, just three miles from Lake Windermere. They serve delicious modern dishes, alongside traditional pub classics. Winner of the Best Small Hotel ‘Best Places to Stay in Britain 2023’ by the Times & Sunday Times, they have four tranquil en-suite bedrooms.

The Taybank

The Taybank sits on the banks of the beautiful River Tay with views of Thomas Telford’s famous arched bridge. Located in the heart of Dunkeld, this dog friendly gem has Perthshire’s biggest beer garden, a stylish restaurant and a Scandi inspired collection of bedrooms and self-contained apartments. Dunkeld is a historic town on the north bank of the River Tay, opposite Birnam.

The Bradley Hare

The Bradley Hare is a traditional village pub, set within the historic grounds of the Duke of Somerset’s estate. Step inside and you will find oodles of charm and character, log fires, local beers, eclectic wines, exceptional food and 12 elegant bedrooms. Maiden Bradley sits in south west Wiltshire, about six miles south west of Warminster, close to Longleat and bordering the county of Somerset.