3 new inns for the summer holidays

5 August 2018

This week David brings three new inns to the table – a rural Somerset gem with fabulous gardens and views over Downside Abbey; a restored Merchant’s House close to the Quay in Harwich; and a converted farmhouse in Hertfordshire with a funky Cowshed bar – and now with the summer holidays in full swing, David and the team at Inn Places will be taking a short break from the weekly newsletter returning at the end of the month with bags more inspiration for fabulous places to stay.
Seek out this country hideaway south of Bath for inventive pub food, stylish individual rooms (cosy garden cabin) and a fabulous summer garden with rolling rural views.
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Traditional back-street town pub rescued with passion and style – expect a timeless bar, tip-top local ale, fish and seafood landed at Quay, and quirky, comfortable bedrooms.
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The Farmhouse at Redcoats, Hertfordshire

Informal pub hotel set in peaceful countryside close to A1M (J8) offering modern British food and comfortable rooms split between the old farmhouse and a magnificent, restored barn, where you’ll find the vibrant Cowshed Bar. Cracking wedding venue too.
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