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Little Barwick House - Midweek Sparkler Offer
Lewtrenchard Manor - Devonshire Delight
The Capital - Weekend special offer
Middlethorpe Hall & Spa - Tailor make the break of your choice
Tyddyn Llan - Six Course Tasting Menu Special Offer
Cliveden House - Three for Two Short Break
Hipping Hall - The Dales Escape Two-night break
The Crown and Castle - 2-night dinner, bed & breakfast offer
The Inn at West End - £295 Two-night Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Special Offer
Blackaddie House - Three for Two Special Offer
The Great House - Midweek Special Offer
Plas Bodegroes - Exclusive 10% discount
Knockinaam Lodge - Third night B&B Free
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Fischer’s at Baslow Hall - Autumn Mid-Week Breaks
Montagu Arms - Autumn Gourmet Dining Break
Boath House - January/February & Valentine Week's special offer
The Gallivant - Spa Escape
Llys Meddyg - Winter "GHG Cesar Award" Special Offer
Tuddenham Mill - Cosy Sunday Special Offer
Wingrove House - £160 Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Special Offer
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Guests in search of an ‘authentic, olde-worlde atmosphere’ find it in the flagstone passageways, huge fireplaces, wonky beams and creaky floorboards of this 15th-century coaching inn, in an ‘exquisitely preserved’ National Trust village.
‘The setting, ambience and gardens are possibly the most attractive of any hotel we’ve stayed in, anywhere,’ writes a Guide reader this year of the Turner family’s country hotel, in a 16th-century priory on the River Frome.
Amid stone walls and wooded lanes deep in the Wye valley, Chris and Kirsty Harrod’s Michelin-starred restaurant-with-rooms is liked for its ‘relaxing atmosphere’, ‘excellent, professional staff’ and ‘unpretentious, really super food’.
What first smites the eye is the town’s medieval castle, formidable on its cliff-top. Steps behind it, this restaurant-with-rooms – in two adjoining 16th-century buildings restored and refurbished with contemporary flair – is no less of a surprise.
Long praised for the generous hospitality of its hosts, Derek and Celia Kitchingman, this ‘very quiet’ 19th-century tweed mill-turned-restaurant-with-rooms on the banks of the River Gynack is gaining attention, too, for its food.
‘The Mustard Seed, with its great tradition of Irish hospitality, is in safe hands,’ says a Guide reader this year of a return visit to John Edward Joyce’s ‘lovely, charming’ restaurant-with-rooms.
Selected hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.Buy the guide