The Butlers Arms is a proper family business focused on true hospitality by delivering a warm welcome, great drinks and super food.
A grand Edwardian Hotel, brimming with character with a chic, modern magic. Set in a beautiful spot overlooking the River Stour, our Hotel has lots of period features including large fireplaces, high ceilings and beautiful windows. Recently refurbished, we offer a vibrant bar and dining area with an alfresco terrace, spacious, well-appointed bedrooms, and lovely spaces to sit and relax.
The Anglesea Arms is found on Selwood Terrace in South Kensington, where Charles Dickens once resided at no. 11. The site was originally a market garden and nursery dating back to 1712. A beautiful traditional pub that feels older than it looks with warranted reputation for its excellent food and drink offering.
In 2019 the Anglesea Arms was awarded 1 AA Rosette for culinary excellence
We are very happy for people to bring in dogs to the pub, but in our restaurant we run on a strict no dog policy. The Anglesea arms is an over 21’s premises.
Welcome to Yorkshire’s Favourite Pub 2019 – a 17th-century coaching inn set in the heart of the stunning Dales village of Malham.
Drive or walk across our stone bridge and leave the every day far behind. Arrive and you’ll feel like your holiday has really begun. We are surrounded by spellbinding scenery in the stunning Yorkshire Dales.
From challenging climbs to more leisurely hikes, we have hills and walking trails in abundance. There are some spectacular cycle routes too. Leisurely peddling through picturesque villages or high adrenalin action up steep slopes. We are genuine dog lovers and even make our own biscuit treats for your four-legged friends when they come to stay.
Cambridge’s iconic riverside pub on the Cam, famous for stunning views across the water, an awesome range of ever-changing ales, home-cooked food and Pink Floyd! Whether it’s drinks, lunch, dinner, or sundowners on our deck watching the punts go by, no visit to Cambridge is complete without a visit to The Anchor.
Set on the banks of the beautiful river Cam in the historic city of Cambridge, The Anchor Pub, dining room and river terrace is a stone’s throw away from the world famous Queens’ College and its stunning Mathematical Bridge.
With a fantastic dining room overlooking the river and probably one of the best dining views ever, we serve a fresh seasonal menu. In the Upper & Lower decks are several snug areas and a stunning riverside terrace looking over the punting and shenanigans on the river – there truly is something for everyone!
Beer, Devon – Treat yourself to a night or two away by the sea.
You’re sure of a warm welcome in the traditional comfy bar and restaurant. You’ll find open fires, perfect pints, an appealing wine list and delicious, hearty food, including regularly changing specials.
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Chiswick, London – The City Barge is a historic 14th century public house with a wealth of history behind it and is situated on the Thames riverside, nestled in the picturesque area of Strand on the Green, Chiswick.
We serve a wide range of drinks, including 7 rotating hand pull ales and an extensive wine list. You can choose to enjoy any of these in the stunning panelled dining room, traditional bar or simply sat outside, by the river. We are fortunate to have extensive outside seating on both sides of the building, with tables and chairs on the river and a comfortable terrace amidst a herb garden on the far side of the building.
Internally, the building has retained much of the architectural detail and period fixtures and fittings, including original Victorian panelling and three open fires. A striking reclaimed nineteenth century bar provides a natural focal point for the upper level and some quirky touches including rare bird taxidermy, vintage games, and a metre-long Thames Barge, creating a relaxed atmosphere suitable for any occasion.
Sandwich, Kent – The Bell Hotel makes the perfect location for an Autumn break. From the moment you step through the Edwardian revolving doors, a delightful, traditional hotel greets you, brimming with character and a touch of chic, modern magic.
Set in an enviable spot overlooking the River Stour, The Bell has been welcoming guests to Kent since Tudor times, and despite extensive refurbishment in recent years, the hotel has retained many of its charming period features.
The result is some of the finest accommodation in Sandwich, promising a relaxing break that will leave you feeling refreshed and revitalised – but you don’t have to stay the night to enjoy the atmosphere of the place.
Indeed, the hotel boasts a beautiful pub, restaurant and terrace with some of the town’s finest food and drink – and also offers the opportunity to savour special occasions with a host of stunning function spaces.
Leicester – stately, refined and steeped in history, the impressive Rothley Court Hotel welcomes you with a sweeping driveway. One of our outstanding properties, it’s the perfect place to enjoy the beautiful Leicestershire countryside. Everything about 16th century Rothley Court is elegantly English.
Set in 10 acres of fabulous grounds and boasting it’s own medieval chapel, it offers a warm welcome, friendly staff, and 30 characterful bedrooms. The rooms each have their own individual style and features that all offer a restful night’s sleep in our comfy beds. At The Rothley Court Hotel nothing is too much trouble.
The Old Manse Hotel is a Cotswold-stone country inn that dates from 1748. Brimming with character and charm, it is set in the picture-postcard village of Bourton-on-the-Water. Regularly voted one of the prettiest villages in England. With its fabulous setting, lovely terrace and views of the gentle River Windrush, The Old Manse is a truly lovely place to get away from it all. There are 15 comfy en-suite bedrooms, all with up-to-date décor and everything you need for a relaxing stay. After a long day sight-seeing you’ll find cosy beds, fluffy towels and crisp linen ready to welcome you for a good night’s sleep.