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The Monks Retreat Inn provides excellent accommodation, food and drink in Broadhempston, Totnes, while being surrounded by beautiful Devonshire countryside. Dating back to 1450 our charming inn will prove to be a memorable experience.
Our wonderful Inn will offer you a warm welcome and make sure you always have a smile on your face. We provide recently refurbished en suite bed and breakfast accommodation in 2 lovely rooms, which can be used as a double or a twin. We also have a Z bed for families at an extra charge of £10 per night.
The pub serves a superb selection of real Ales, fine wines and delicious home cooked foods. Our food is primarily classic English with influences from around the world. We very much believe in using the best local suppliers and we have an ever changing menu and specials board.
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The Golden Ball Inn at Ironbridge is the oldest and finest inn in the town and offers a place to rest your head, grab a bite to eat and enjoy a tipple or two. It is ideal for business and leisure guests as we are a short drive from Telford and many other attractions in Shropshire.
There are 4 guest rooms available, each of which has been individually decorated and furnished:
The Wesley suite, named after the adjoining Wesley Road to Newbridge Road. It has views to the rear garden of the pub, a spacious twin room with an en suite shower room.
The Bedlam Suite, named after the nearby Bedlam furnaces just a 5 minute walk from the Golden Ball. With views overlooking the large garden of the pub and car park also the surrounding woods, this is a comfortable double room with en suite shower room.
The Derby suite named after Abraham Derby. Spacious twin room with a separate living a…
A former 18th century Customs House, The Anglesey Arms is a traditional tavern is built into the walls of Caernarfon Castle. With free on-site parking, the hotel overlooks the harbour entrance, offering stunning views across the Menai Straits to Anglesey.
The cosy rooms feature a TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee facilities, and some have views across the Menai Straits. All rooms have shared bathroom facilities.
With a variety of real ales and world wines, the pub entertains guests with regular live music events. It serves food daily. A full cooked breakfast using fresh, local produce is available in the morning, along with Continental options. A lunch and dinner menu are also on offer.
Snowdonia National Park is only 15 minutesí drive away from Anglesey Arms, and the Welsh Highland Heritage Railway, 19 miles away, offers steam train travel to Porthmadog.
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