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    The Old Rectory on the Lake, TAL-Y-LLYN, Gwynedd

    ‘Wonderful: our visit is an annual highlight.’ Beneath Cadair Idris, personable owners John Caine and Ricky Francis run their B&B in this tranquil stone-built house on the shore of Lake Tal-y-llyn.


  • The Talbot Inn, MELLS, Somerset

    ‘Friendly and informal’, this former coaching inn has been renovated in ‘simple, modern style’ by the owners Charlie Luxton, Dan Brod and Matt Greenlees (the manager). The building is entered through


  • Idle Rocks, ST MAWES, Cornwall

    On the harbour, with nothing between it and the sea, David and Karen Richards’s luxury hotel has been a seaside destination for 100 years. Award-winning hotelier Anthony Chapman has joined as general


  • Moor of Rannoch Hotel, RANNOCH STATION, Perth and Kinross

    In a village on the West Highland railway line, Scott Meikle and Stephanie Graham’s ‘beautifully remote hotel’ stands at the end of the road on the edge of a moorland wilderness. The absence of


  • Llwyn Helyg, LLANARTHNE, Carmarthenshire

    ‘Hands-on’ owners Caron and Fiona Jones ‘convey a real pleasure’ in welcoming guests to their ‘superb’ B&B in ‘peaceful’ countryside near the National Botanic Garden of Wales. ‘We had a memorable


  • The Red Lion Freehouse, EAST CHISENBURY, Wiltshire

    In a peaceful country village, this ‘ancient thatched pub’ is ‘exceptionally relaxed and friendly’, say visitors this year. Another comment: ‘We were celebrating a December birthday so decided to stay


  • Askham Hall, Penrith, Cumbria

    ‘A hotel of character’, this Grade I listed country house, 13th-century in origin, has been renovated by its owners, Charlie and Juno Lowther. They eschewed the formality of traditional hotels in


  • The Pig near Bath, PENSFORD, Somerset

    ‘Fresh and appealing’, this ‘glorious’ honey-stone Georgian mansion ‘with bags of style’ ‘fits the new sense of “cool”’, Guide inspectors said. A ‘grander’ sister to The Pig, Brockenhurst (see entry),