The Hit or Miss Inn is a charming, traditional 'olde worlde' English pub situated in the beautiful Chiltern village of Penn Street, near Amersham, Buckinghamshire. The unusual name is a cricketing term, inspired by the pubs own cricketing team who would play just opposite on Sunday afternoons.
Dating back to the 1700's, the pub is full of character and the old building is smothered with wisteria with all original features such as natural parquet flooring, large inglenook open fireplaces, leather sofas and original low ceiling beams, as well as the garden overlooking the cricket pitch, it really does match everyone's image of the traditional old English country pub.
As well as the building itself, there is another reason to visit The Hit or Miss; our fabulous food is served daily and we have been working hard over the past 12 years to produce high quality, great tasting food and b…
At The Kings Head, the whole team prides itself in looking after this very ‘English’ village inn, nestling on the beautiful Suffolk coastline.
This historic 13th Century pub combines all the atmosphere of a traditional inn with great real ales, a daily changing menu consisting of pub classics, an array of fish specials but also a taste of the Mediterranean inspired by Head Chef Louis. All dishes are prepared using local ingredients where possible.
Situated at the heart of the pretty village of Orford, The Kings Head is an ideal base from which to explore the area that surrounds the pub, rich in history and wildlife. With stunning walks and a beautiful coastline on its doorstep, the choice of attractions and pursuits are countless. Alternatively, there are those that just wish to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and relax in tranquil surroundings; enjoy wonderful food…
Countryman's Inn is a traditional county inn situated in the lovely North Yorkshire village of Hunton near Bedale. The inn offers a warm welcome, a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and is an integral part of the village community of Hunton.
The comfortable en suite accommodation comprises 4 en suite bedrooms with flat screen Freeview televisions and tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms are a modern, well equipped, relaxing and comfortable base from which to enjoy this unique area and its many attractions. There are many local attractions sporting, cultural, historical or rural; to appeal to all tastes within easy travelling distance. Please see our Things to do page for details of some of the local attractions.
The real attractions are those that you would expect to find in a traditional village country pub, a warm welcome, from real people, a great selection of cask conditio…
This picturesque rural Dorset gem dates back to the 14th century, when it was built to house the builders of the Saint Andrews church spire. It still maintains it rustic charm and hosts original features of a thatched roof, beams, large fire places and flagstone floors, an old-fashioned village local.
Now in the heart of the Ernest Cook Trust estate that surrounds Trent village which is steeped in interesting history. King Charles the 2nd hid at Trent Manor House during his escape to France. It was also the home of Colonel Francis Wyndham.
The pub was brought into its prime in recent years by the amazing landlord “Buff Biggins” and his legend still lives in the pub now.
We offer a choice of alfresco dinning with views over the fields or just outside the front of the pub watching people coming and going. The Barrow lounge is a wonderful relaxing area with an open fire and comfor…
Here at the Old Riverview Inn, we are renowned for traditionalism 365 days a year, from homely dogs by the fireplace, the parrot by the window to the English ales at the bar, our expectation to put tradition back into The Old Riverview Inn with good locally sourced foods, top notch chef, smart friendly staff and with that twist of something that you just can't buy.
All our rooms are comfortably furnished and all have the following facilities:
Direct dial telephones.
Tea and Coffee facilities.
Wake up service.
Hair dryer sand ironing facilities.
Here at The Old Riverview we have always taken pride in keeping traditional English food on the menu. Our chefs' prepare good, quality homemade food using only fresh, local in-season ingredients for our dishes. With passionate chefs who prepare tasty, satisfying …
The Star in Steeple, Essex, is everything you could want from a traditional pub restaurant. Set in beautiful rolling fields, The Star offers great beer, great food, accommodation and a caravan park to the rear of the pub. Traditionally furnished the main bar is warm and inviting and you have the choice to dine here or in the restaurant.
There is a spacious beer garden at the rear of the pub which is perfect for children away from the main road, making this the ideal location for a family party or get together.
Situated between Maylandsea and St Lawrence The Star offers a warm welcome whether you are stopping for a meal, staying on our Caravan site or just popping in for a drink.
Can we a offer a big thanks to our friends from Shell Caravan Club.Thanks to you all for a very entertaining and enjoyable weekend. Come back soon!
Caravan Clubs across Essex and the country welcome…
Cross Keys Inn offers comfortable accommodation located in the town of Saffron Walden in Essex. The building dates back some 850 years and is one of the most important buildings architecturally and commercially in the centre of Saffron Walden.
Our 6 new en suite bedrooms have been thoughtfully and carefully designed with only the finest furniture and we believe the most comfortable beds to be found in Essex, where a good night’s sleep is something to be guaranteed. The Hungarian duck down toppers are supported by deep feather duvets, iPod docks and Nespreso coffee.
The bedrooms provide all the luxuries of contemporary living. Crisp bed linen, hand sprung mattresses, feather down duvets, deep free standing baths or monsoon showers are as standard. All the comforts of today are here as well – you will find a flat screen television, Wi-Fi, Freeview and a personal iPod dock/iPhone c…
Top chef Tony Binks took over the 1870s pub in 2006. Already voted “Destination Restaurant of the Year,” the pub sits at the heart of Barrasford village in the North Tyne valley.
It regularly hosts quoits tournaments, Hunt meets, darts finals and vegetable competitions and the friendly bar is a focus to enjoy the crack, hand-pulled real ales and general banter.
The two public dining rooms and small private dining room accommodate guests from all over the north, drawn by the landlord’s formidable reputation in the kitchen.
Tony and his young team serve Quality Standard Northumbrian beef and lamb, seasonal game, fish from the North Sea, local cheeses and stunning home-made desserts, accompanied by an excellent selection of modestly priced wines.
Stay in a place with a warm and homely atmosphere that you'll never forget. Come and enjoy some fine Northumbrian hospitality while yo…