New Inns invited to join Inn Places
29 October 2018
It has been a few weeks since we last introduced new venues to Inn Places, but this week we are delighted to bring you 5 new recommendations – a stunningly revamped Cotswold inn close to Cheltenham with serious ‘wow’ factor; an historic Grade II listed former coaching inn in Hampshire; a roadside dining pub with rooms in affluent Ascot with a stunning glass-walled rear dining room extension; a 17th century stone-built community pub in a pretty Gloucestershire village; and a Georgian inn overlooking the Market Square in the small, bustling town of Kirkby Lonsdale. For many more great places to stay and lots of inspiration, visit innplaces.co.uk.
Following a stunning renovation by Brakspear this rambling 16-century inn re-opened in July 2018 – worth seeking out for the retro-smart décor, the stylish rooms and the fabulous front terrace; good modern pub food too.
Expect modern menus and stylish contemporary rooms at this historic former coaching inn; a very comfortable M3 stopover where beams and timbers abound.
Money has been lavished on this roadside pub, transforming it into a big contemporary dining pub with open kitchen, crowd-pleasing modern menus, and smart new-build rooms.
Expect a simple, stylish interior, cool contemporary rooms, good modern pub food, and a big genuine welcome at this thriving community hub by the green in pretty Meysey Hampton.
Georgian town centre inn spruced up in elegant period style with opulent bedrooms and a crowd-pleasing menu; ideal base for exploring the Lakes and Dales.
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