Amid the architectural astonishment that is Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis’s Italianate village, on the edge of a tidal estuary, this early Victorian villa is today a ‘comfortably furnished’ hotel run with ‘friendly, welcoming’ staff.
In a lively seaside town known equally for its medieval castle and its ice cream parlour, this ancient coaching inn is today a ‘friendly’ hotel with updated bedrooms, a stylish restaurant, and a well-preserved pub whose wonky doors, open fireplace and old photographs create much atmosphere.
At the top of one of the world’s steepest streets, Glyn and Jacqueline Roberts’s restaurant-with-rooms occupies two 16th-century buildings above Edward I’s formidable castle (faint hearts, take the High Street route).
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