Step into spring with even more fabulous places to stay!
22 April 2018
Finally the days are warming up and the spring flowers are in full bloom, so what better time of year to take a short or weekend break – cosy country inns in sleepy villages and charming small towns make the ideal base for exploring the beautiful British countryside and this week, to give you even more choice, we feature five inns new to Inn Places.
If you make a booking through Inn Places by the end of April (for any time during 2018) we will send you a copy of David’s recently published guide book – to redeem this offer simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
As always, head to www.InnPlaces.co.uk for many more recommendations of the best places to stay.
16th century pub with a sleek, ultra-modern makeover – be wowed by the glitzy Riva Bar (drinks galore), the vibrant artwork and the very swish and funky rooms.
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Gorgeous village setting for Rob McGill’s historic inn that draws a discerning crowd for good food and wine, classic country-chic rooms and it’s walled garden – alfresco heaven.
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Informal inn within a grand house deep in the New Forest; haven for country lovers looking for good pub food, a relaxed vibe and stylish country-chic bedrooms. Wonderful walking from the front door.
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The Bull Hotel, Fairford, Gloucestershire
Don’t miss this new-wave coaching inn for its bold, eye-catching refurbishment, Italian-inspired British cooking and cool country style rooms. Comes with fishing rights too.
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The Leicester Arms, Penshurst, Kent
Classic and modern British food, a gorgeous terrace with views, and comfortable rooms draw a discerning crowd to this restored village inn.
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