Country Hotels and Inns
If Bradley Wiggins, Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton have inspired you to get back in the saddle or you are simply yearning to rekindle the exhilaration of pedal power combined with a few days away then the brand new ‘Get On Your Bike Break’, at Armathwaite Hall Country House and Spa could be just what you are looking for.
For a fantastic autumn break in the UK countryside – and bearing in mind the likelihood of rain at this time – the Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa in mid-Wales is highlighting its quirky Brolly Break which includes a limited edition Lake Vyrnwy umbrella – just in case of a shower – a family of bath ducks and a complimentary third night with breakfast.
Taste the beauty of the British countryside in autumn with a relaxing dining experience from BDL Hotels. Packages start at £149 per room for two nights bed and breakfast accommodation plus dinner on arrival.
A Lake District hotel is grasping the nettle which petrol costs present for accommodation in rural locations and is offering guests the opportunity to enjoy a petrol-purchase-free paradise against the backdrop of the stunning Lakeland fells, by combining six different and easy ways of getting around on arrival.
New England in the north east USA is famous for its blaze of autumn colours yet we have our own annual explosion of spectacular red and gold foliage much closer to home, in the 900-year-old ‘New’ Forest in ‘Old’ Hampshire.
Aspiring dancing fans can reach the giddy heights of the stars on “Strictly Come Dancing” this autumn on a dance weekend break at the Castle Inn Hotel with top dance specialists.
For an indulgent break this autumn, escape to La Maison du Chateau, a beautiful 18th Century Manor House between Chablis and Beaune.
With Downton Abbey hitting our screens in less than a month, a love of historical estates is set to spike within the British public. Ellenborough Park, a 16th century country house hotel in the heart of the Cotswolds offers the grandeur and luxury so often explored within this critically acclaimed series.
Ever wished you could feel the wind in your hair and embrace the open road from the back of a Waterford Harley-Davidson?
At least ten of Britain’s 2012 Olympic medal winners, including the much-acclaimed heptathlete Jessica Ennis, hail from the beautiful county of Yorkshire. With historic cities, windswept moors and a celebrated coastline, there are many reasons to visit.
Following several months of major refurbishment work, the historic Ashley House, opens its doors to guests this week as a boutique Bed and Breakfast; giving visitors to the popular market town a new and luxurious place to stay.
Squeeze in a last-minute summer break, contemplate a cosy autumn retreat or celebrate Christmas at a Pride of Britain Hotel, a consortium of 44 privately-owned independent British hotels and spas, renowned for their superb hospitality.
A descendant of famous Victorian railway and mining entrepreneur David Davies has launched a new business welcoming guests to the family's magnificent country house in Mid Wales.
For families looking to escape the Olympics, Hell Bay in the Scillies is the perfect place to hole up away from the mayhem.
Loch Ness Lodge has just launched a luxury whisky and spa experience for the discerning couple.
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