The Bonchurch Inn in Bonchurch on the Isle of Wight, offers a wonderful pub experience in a lovely location. Situated in a quiet village and close to Ventor beaches, we are the perfect place to escape to from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
We offer accommodation in our self contained holiday flat. The flat sleeps up to four people in newly refurbished accommodation. Facilities include double bed, bunk beds and open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. There is also a new bathroom/shower.
Our charming pub has a main bar, family room and sun lounge with patio. Next to the courtyard is a dining room which is available for parties of up to 18 people.
Delicious food is available at lunchtime and evenings. We offer authentic Italian cuisine. The restaurant includes light snacks, fresh crab, juicy steaks and our Italian specialities and pizzas.
A range of superb attractions are worth …
The Sir Douglas Haig offers wonderful rooms and a charming restaurant in the village of Effingham. Our inn near Guildford is perfect for exploring a range of attractions in Surrey.
Our charming inn has 7 lovely bedrooms to choose from. All the rooms are tastefully furnished and comprise of single, double and family rooms. Excellent facilities include Freeview TV, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities and en suite facilities.
We have an excellent restaurant which offers breakfast, lunch and evening meals. We offer an extensive menu including traditional British dishes and delicious dishes from our a la carte menu. The restaurant offers a Sunday roast menu and we have a good wine list to choose from.
A number of unforgettable days out are nearby:
For more information about our in…
Griffins Head is a superb village pub situated in Chillenden close to the beautiful city of Canterbury. Beams, flagstones and timbers are evocative period features of the Griffinís Head, a superb Kent village pub with so much to recommend it.
The award winning pub offers real ales, delicious food, picturesque views, two blazing log fires in inglenook fireplaces in the winter, and in the summer a delightful garden, embraced by wild roses with a pond.
Special features include summer barbecues and the pub is a favourite meeting place for cricketers and vintage car enthusiasts.
It is well worth venturing off the beaten track to this hostelry, a valued part of the local community as well as a favourite destination for pub and food connoisseurs.
For more information about our pub in Kent please call us on 01304 840325.…
The Village House Coaching Inn is nestled in the newly formed South Downs National Park, at the heart of the picturesque downland village of Findon, near Worthing and was first mentioned by name in the 'Findon Chronicles' in 1527 when it became the property of a Mr Thomas Beret.
We have six individually furnished en suite bedrooms-including one four poster- and each room has colour TV, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryer and alarm clocks. Our philosophy reflects the charm of the village so if a tranquil setting and atmosphere is what you are looking for we strive to make your stay a relaxing one.
All guests can enjoy a breakfast of their choice in the restaurant. Our Findon breakfast is a hearty full English, with local bacon and sausage, free range organic eggs all cooked to your liking, or we have freshly baked croissants and a range of cereals, all served with freshly g…
The backdrop of one of the best views in Southeast England and a genuinely friendly and helpful staff you have the formula for the fine reputation enjoyed by The Beacon near Tunbridge Wells. The house dates from 1895 and was built as the country home of Sir Walter Harris, a former Lieutenant of the City of London. It has a wealth of architectural features including some particularly fine stained glass windows and an oak-panelled bar.
The Georgian Room is warm and cosy, this double room with its fireplace evokes an age of comfort and elegance. The bathroom contains a stunning roll-top slipper bath.
The Contemporay Room has a single room with a subtle colour scheme, contemporary style and a superb tiled en-suite shower room resulting in a light, airy and relaxed atmosphere.
The Colonial Room has a breathtaking outlook, exquisite african fabrics and comfortable furniture makes th…
Marissa Was head chef of Bryces the old school house, Ockley in 1996, then travelled Australia for a year, Matt started @ Bryces as a chef in 1997 & met Marissa when she returned from her travels, Matt & Marissa worked together for 18 months then went travelling together.
They returned to run a restaurant/hotel in Thame Oxfordshire for 2 years called the old trout, from there to various other pubs in Essex & Surrey, until November 2009 taking over here.
Matt & Marissa both strive for quality & atmosphere, two things that canít be compromise on, working with the freshest ingredients & local produce, including Pheasants shot on the Wooton estate (where the pub is situated) Our food is a blend of modern English & classic French dishes, Wholesome Country PubGrub & A la Carte menus, all cooked fresh & to order.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details.…
Built in 1790 as a coaching inn, the Travellers Rest is a traditional country pub with a friendly atmosphere. The pub is located in the village of East Pennard which is close to the Somerset town of Shepton Mallet. Visit us for drinks, a good quality pub meal, a snack or teas and coffee and enjoy our award winning garden in summer or our roaring log fire in winter. For a longer stay, book one of our rooms for bed and breakfast. We are home to a number of skittles, darts and pool teams and the skittle alley can be hired for private events.
The pub offers traditional pub food and in the summer we offer cream teas. Guests can enjoy food in the restaurant, bar or garden area. There is also a wide selection of beverages on offer from local ciders through to cask ales.
We have 2 twin bed rooms with en suite facilities. Reductions available for those staying 3 nights or more. Both rooms …
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…