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June 2017: The Resorts of North Devon

Devon is the only county in England with two separate coasts, north and south. It is the latter that is perhaps better known and more ...More
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The White Lion Inn, Oakham

The White Lion Inn
In January 2014 The White Lion Inn underwent a total refurbishment to the exterior and interior building providing a rustic and cosy atmosphere in beautiful surroundings. At The White Lion ... More Prices from 75.0

Tollemache Arms, Grantham

Tollemache Arms
Set in the idyllic countryside on the Lincolnshire Leicestershire border, the Tollemache Arms is an attractive stone built 19th century country inn and restaurant in the beautiful village of Buckminster ... More Prices from 80.0

The Tithe Barn, Cottesmore

The Tithe Barn
Hello, and welcome to The Tithe Barn Bed and Breakfast in Cottesmore, which is a picturesque stone village in the unspoiled county of Rutland. There is a local thatched pub ... More Prices from 85.0

The Admiral Hornblower, Oakham

The Admiral Hornblower
The Admiral Hornblower Hotel and Restaurant is a beautiful privately owned, family run hotel in the heart of Oakham. The 17th century farmhouse has been lovingly restored to its former ... More Prices from 85.0

Black Bull A1 Lodge, North Witham

Black Bull A1 Lodge
Less than 10 miles from Grantham, and close to Stamford Black Bull A1 Lodge is a 17th Century Coaching Inn set in 4 acres of landscaped gardens. All en-suite rooms ... More Prices from 50.0

Old Wisteria Hotel, Oakham

Old Wisteria Hotel
The Old Wisteria is a privately owned Hotel situated in the heart of Oakham; Rutland's County town. Once a hunting lodge this listed property partly dates back to 1604. The ... More Prices from 90.00

Harboro Hotel, Melton Mowbray

Harboro Hotel
The Harboro Hotel has been part of historic Melton Mowbray for over 200 years. It's now in private ownership and is undergoing refurbishment. The corridors are currently being stripped but ... More Prices from 69.0

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