The Pack Horse Inn is located in Ellingham near Chathill and offers beautifully appointed bed and breakfast accommodation that is in a great location from which to explore this lovely part of Northumberland. Surrounded by pretty countryside, this English inn is a great place to stay for nightly breaks or longer stays.
At our inn we have three double and two twin bedded guest rooms. Every room has a colour television, tea and coffee-making facilities and an en suite shower room or bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
After a day out exploring you can relax by the fire in the pub and enjoy a delicious home cooked meal in our lovely restaurant. We’re open every day, lunch is served from Tuesday - Sunday between 12 and 2pm and dinner from 6pm to 9pm Monday to Saturday evenings. The restaurant is closed on Sunday evenings. Using local and seasonal produce all our food is freshly p…
The Punch Bowl Inn is situated in the quiet village of Edmundbyers in Durham. Within easy reach of Newcastle Airport we are ideally placed for a quiet break or a simple stopover en route to or from Scotland or the Lakes. Hadrian’s Wall, award winning Beamish Open Air Museum and World Heritage Site Durham Cathedral are just some of the area’s attractions.
Fishing can be arranged on the reservoir or on local fishing club waters which provide good sport for both brown and rainbow trout and good spots for grayling, early requests please to avoid disappointment.
Internet access is available along with quality home-made food whilst staying at the bed and breakfast, including our own renowned puddings and ice creams make the Punch Bowl an ideal spot to take a breather or for a longer break.
Why not book for that special celebration or quiet night away from it all! Fpor bedrooms and go…
The Bay Horse Inn, West Woodburn, is a delightful 18th century coaching inn built in mellowed sandstone, nestling by a stone bridge over the River Rede in the Cheviot Hills of Northumberland. This is the place to stop on your journey: to rest, drink, eat well and relax in a warm friendly, informal atmosphere.
When you have been out and about in the fresh country air and, when the excellent home cooked cuisine and cosy surroundings of our lounge bar all begin to take effect, retire to one of our 7 bedrooms.
All bedrooms available at this pub accommodation are en-suite. All are decorated individually in a delightful cottage style. and have colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryers, ironing facilities and a trouser press.
At The Bay Horse Inn our menus offer an unusually wide and extensive range of dishes carefully prepared from the best local meats, fish and vegeta…
The Thornton Hunt Inn is a traditional Freehouse set in an attractive grade II listed building which dates back to around the Eighteenth Century. It has been said that King Henry the Eighth stayed on this site while visiting Thornton Abbey.
The Inn is situated in the quaint village of Thornton Curtis on the A1077, approximately 5 miles from Barton-upon-Humber (and the Humber Bridge), 1.5 miles from Barrow-upon-Humber, 4 miles south of New Holland, 18 miles from Scunthorpe and 19 miles from Grimsby, and lies in the heart of the glorious North Lincolnshire countryside.
We have extended our grade II listed building to encompass a number of single, double, twin and family bedrooms. We have attained a “VisitEngland” grading of “Four Stars – Inn”. Our accommodation area has its own entrance which is controlled by a numbered combination lock and allows guests to come and go as they pl…
A village inn since circa 1650, The Olde Windmill Inn has been run by the Halls family for nearly 55 years and has built its reputation on serving fine food and country portions at competitive prices - from an extensive menu with weekly specials, plus our six real ales and twelve draught beers and lagers.
The rambling Olde Windmill Inn has three bars, plus seven separate dining/family areas, all steeped in history and “Olde World” charm. There is also a children's play area, lawns and patio which can accommodate up to ninety people. It is located just off the beaten track, in the rural village of Great Cressingham (twixt Watton and Swaffham), with easy access from the A1065, B1108 and A47.
At The Olde Windmill Inn we also offer two (five van) Caravan Club C.L. sites, discreetly located in the grounds. The Water Meadow (across from the pub) and The Windmill Paddocks (at the rear o…
The Middle House is a Grade I Listed building just a short drive from Royal Tunbridge Wells, in Mayfield High Street. The building is a wonderful specimen of Elizabethan architecture, with wattle and daub infill which dates back to 1575. The house was originally built for the financier, Sir Thomas Gresham, Keeper of the Privy Purse to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 1st. A private residence until the late 1920’s, The Middle House is now the home of an old world pub, impressive restaurant and small but cosy hotel.
Large 4 poster beds.
En suite bathroom with power shower.
Flat screen television with Freeview.
Free broadband internet access.
Coffee and tea facilities.
Iron and iron board upon request.
Hair dryer upon request.
Views over the High Street to the front or the valley to the rear.
Providing a vast array of dishes wi…
Ye Olde George Inn is a delightful 15th century coaching inn, set in the heart of some of Hampshire's most beautiful countryside. The pub is a beautiful historic building with the River Meon running by the side. Delightful walks along the South Downs Way. Full A La Carte menu and light meals available. Comfortable accommodation, inglenook fireplaces and a very warm welcome. Dogs allowed in the bar and patio area.
All our bedrooms are en-suite with colour televisions and freeview.
Free wi-fi in all public areas, code available from the bar. One of our rooms is suitable for family use. All rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, basic toiletries, fresh linen, hair-driers and complimentary mineral water. Due to the character of the building, all rooms are furnished and decorated to be in-keeping with the style of the pub. Iron and ironing board available on request…
The Coach and Horses is an inn that was built in 1847 located on the outskirts of the village of Danehill near the town of Haywards Heath in East Sussex.
The inn used to be run and an ale house but it’s now run as a beautiful country pub offering scrumptious food and a range of drinks.
There are a range of menus available for different days and different times in the day. All of the menus offer delicious food that is cooked fresh to order with as much local produce as possible.
Some of the food available at lunch time includes a range of baguettes, Lamb stew with crusty bread and ham, egg and chips. Some of the evening meals available include sirloin steak with garlic and herb butter, beer battered fish and chips and locally made pork & herb sausages with mashed potato. To see the full menus please visit our website.
As well as the great food there is also a superb wine li…