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  • The Wheatsheaf, NORTHLEACH, Gloucestershire

    On the main street of a Cotswold wool town, this former coaching inn has been imaginatively updated by the owners, Sam and Georgie Pearman. It returns to the Guide thanks to an enthusiastic report by


  • The Greyhound on the Test, STOCKBRIDGE, Hampshire

    On the 'elegant' high street of a small town ('a Hampshire classic'), Lucy Townsend's old inn has fishing rights on the River Test, which flows at the bottom of the garden. 'We were immediately made



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

    On the shore of Lake Tal-y-llyn beneath Cadair Idris in southern Snowdonia, this peaceful stone-built house has lake views from every window. 'Wonderful: our visit is an annual highlight,' says a


  • The Talbot Inn, MELLS, Somerset

    In a 'fascinating' Domesday village, this former coaching inn 'has a pleasing ambience, cheerful and helpful young staff, and good food'. It wins a Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2015. Guide inspectors


  • Idle Rocks, ST MAWES, Cornwall

    On the harbour front, this 100-year-old hotel was given a thorough make-over in 2013 by new owners David and Karen Richards. It briefly closed again after winter storm damage but reopened in April


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

    In a 'spectacular' position on the edge of one of Europe's last wildernesses, this 19th-century hotel stands close to a station on the West Highland line. It has been renovated by new owners, Scott


  • Llwyn Helyg, LLANARTHNE, Carmarthenshire

    In countryside near the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Caron and Fiona Jones welcome B&B guests to their lavishly finished, newly built stone house. 'It has an unexpected wow factor,


  • The Red Lion Freehouse, EAST CHISENBURY, Wiltshire

    'Unpretentious, well kept and well managed', this thatched pub in a peaceful country village is owned by chef/patron Guy Manning and his American wife, Brittany. They have 'lightly updated' the


  • Askham Hall, Penrith, Cumbria

    In a village on the eastern edge of the Lake District national park, this manor house (a Grade I listed Pele Tower expanded in Elizabethan times) is the former family home of Charles Lowther and


  • The Pig near Bath, PENSFORD, Somerset

    In 'glorious' grounds on the edge of the Mendip hills, this honey-stone building has been turned 'with bags of style' into a 'dynamic' reinvention of the country house hotel by Robin and Judy Hutson