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Old Barn Owl Inn|
Old Barn Owl, Westport, Langport, Somerset
Cost from: £65 Per Room
Come and stay in this former cider house with over 300years of history. Our newly created Bed and Breakfast rooms all offer ensuite shower rooms. We are dog and child friendly. Full English breakfast is included in the room price. Why not book a table to dine with us in our restaurant which offers a...
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Tresillian House, 67 Dalby Road, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Cost from: £45 Per Person
Family run bed and breakfast/guest house set in the Rural Capital of Food - Melton Mowbray. Historic Market Town close to many tourist attractions and beautiful countryside. Spacious rooms, en suite overlook secluded gardens. Pets welcome by arrangement. Large private car park. Secure bicycle s...
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Elens Castle Hotel
Elens Castle Hotel, Dolwyddelan, Nr. Betws-y-Coed, Conwy
Cost from: £33
This rustic 18th century coaching inn still retains a wealth of charm and character with many original features. Elenís Castle sits in the heart of Dolwyddelan village which is a natural and historical crossroads at the foot of the 872 metre high Moel Siabod and straddles the trout and salmon-rich River Lledr which wends its way through the village, meadows and turbulent gorges on its tireless journey to the sea. The village of Dolywyddelan is home of Llewelyn the Greats Castle that provides stunning views of Mount Siabod, the Crimea Pass and on clear days you can see across to the Denbigh moors. All of the bedrooms here at Elenís Castle Hotel are charming and include fabulous romantic four-poster rooms that overlook the river and Lledr Valley. All have en-suite showers and several have tubs as well, and all of the bedrooms are equipped with Free-View television and DVD players, well stocked hospitality tray, hairdryer, radio alarm clock. Free Wi-Fi broadband Internet access is available in the bar and lounge and most of the bedrooms. The main restaurant and the Garden Room enjoy beautiful views over the Lledr Valley where the tables are graced with a selection of mouth-watering local produce including famous Welsh Black beef the shaggy-looking black cattle native to North Wales cooked with passion and served with style. Helen and Adam, the very friendly hard working couple who own and run this super little hotel, pride themselves on providing a warm and friendly base from where you can enjoy Wales most photographed and visited village Betws y Coed.
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