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The Bath House Hotel in Ilfracombe, North Devon, has 20 en-suite bedrooms and is ideally situated opposite the Tunnels beaches and is the closest to the wedding venue, just 40 metres away from thefront door. The hotel is also close to the High Street and just a few minutes walk from the harbour where you can see Verity. The Bath House Hotel has a large fully licensed bar, lounge and restaurant.
Set in the Lincolnshire countryside, Boston West Hotel, Golf Course and Events Venue is the perfect location for a short break, golfing holiday, wedding or conference. If you're looking for a greatround of golf in Boston, Lincolnshire, then you will fall in love with Boston West. Boasting an 18-hole golf course, a 20-bay floodlit driving range and a six-hole, par-three academy course there will be plenty to keep golf enthusiasts entertained.
The Hawthorne Dene Guest House is situated in Falmouth, a beautiful town on the South coast of Cornwall. The location is superb with many local attractions from sandy beaches to excellent golfcourses. We at the Hawthorne Dene extend a warm welcome to our family-owned and run Falmouth Guest House. Once inside you can experience the elegance, charm and comfort of a bygone era. Full of interesting antiques, with old photographs and pictures adorning the walls.
Standing in 3.3 acres of landscaped gardens, approximately 1.5 miles from the historic Cathedral City of Hereford, the hotel provides a peaceful haven. Yet step outside and you'll find that the hotelis conveniently situated on the A465, the main Hereford to Abergavenny road, the gateway to Wales and the beautiful Wye & Golden Valleys. We are a 60 bedroom family-run hotel offering guests all the comforts of a modern hotel with an emphasis on high levels of customer service.
Completed in 1897, the Pier Hotel was built by John Waller Cockrell on the site of the old Anchor and Hope fishermen's pub. It was part of a flurry of development in this part of Gorleston at the endof the Victorian era. Gorleston's distinctive brick-built lighthouse was constructed a decade earlier in 1887, and the Pavilion Theatre opened in 1901. Both are now Grade II listed buildings.
The Lynwood is a 4 star guest accomodation with Visit England and is situated in the market town of Ashton-under-Lyne, approximately 6 miles from central Manchester, 25 minutes from ManchesterInternational Airport and 1 mile from the M60. The Lynwood is a family run guesthouse established for more than 30 years.
The Wharton Family has been welcoming guests for over forty years and the success of the Hotel Riviera is due to our striving for impeccable standards in both accommodation and service. Our policy ofcontinual improvement has resulted not only in rooms and facilities of the highest quality but also in a genuine sense of welcome from a loyal and long-serving staff who have a well deserved reputation for friendliness and excellent service.
The perfect choice when looking for a Stirling city centre hotel that combines a stylish interior with all that the city has to offer on it's doorstep. Whether staying for business, a short weekendbreak or more leisurely affair our boutique style bedrooms and exceptional service are just what is expected from a 4 star hotel in central Scotland. Our newly renovated restaurant has a modern but relaxed feel, offering seasonal dishes using fresh, locally sourced produce.
Set amid the splendour of Weymouth's wonderful Esplanade, described as ‘one of the finest marine promenades in the kingdom, ' (Bradshaw's Guide) The Leam was built in 1780, originally as a pairof gentlemen's residences. Sea-bathing became very fashionable in the 1770s after the Duke of Gloucester introduced his brother, King George III, to Weymouth, ‘this delightful watering-place' - and where the King went, the rest of society followed.
Also in this street are Balliol College, Trinity College, Exeter College (front entrance in the adjoining Turl Street). The Museum of the History of Science (the original location of the AshmoleanMuseum), the Clarendon Building, the Sheldonian Theatre and the new Bodleian Library building (the main University library, entrance in Parks Road) are important historical Oxford University buildings at the eastern end of the street. The question is often asked "Where is the University?".
Arun Sands is an elegant and charming guest house situated in a quiet location on the seafront in Littlehampton. We are ten minutes walk from the town centre with its restaurants and bars and tenminutes walk from the railway station. Beautifully decorated and furnished to a very high standard, we offer a first class service that we are proud of. The rooms have free Wi Fi internet access, tea and coffee facilities, flat screen TV, hair dryers and complimentary toiletries.
Situated in the very heart of Somerset, in the old town of Somerton The Unicorn Hotel is perhaps the most picturesque and architecturally significant Inn of this ancient and royal market town. We havean intimate 35 cover non-smoking restaurant, accommodation for up to 14 people, a characteristic patio courtyard where food can be enjoyed in the summer months and a large function room to cater for parties of up to 150.
Alison Park Hotel like all Buxton hotels is ideally located for visiting the Peak District and the Derbyshire Dales - perfect for walking, cycling, climbing and touring holidays. A family-run hotel,Alison Park combines traditional values and service with modern hotel accommodation. Enjoy bed and breakfast or bed and breakfast and evening meal, and be assured of good, fresh food, locally sourced. The hotel is child friendly with plenty of family rooms, and some tempting special breaks.
Awarded 4 stars by Visit Britain, this beautiful Grade II listed building is situated on Southport's promenade, just opposite the pier, boasting spectacular views across the seafront. Just a shortwalk from the famous Lord Street with its many shops and quintessential tea rooms, the Albert and Victoira Hotel is the ideal place to stay. It is also minutes away from the newly refurbished train station which has direct links to both Manchester and Liverpool.
Brown's Hotel, built in 1752, is an iconic literary address, the social hub of Laugharne and the favourite watering hole of poet and writer Dylan Thomas, who famously left the bar's phone number ashis own. Brown's has 15 en-suite rooms refurbished to a superb standard ('Cool factor 9/10' - The Times), home-cooked pub grub, local ales, Penderyn Whisky (check out their new 'Dylan' Icons Of Wales Special Edition single malt), wi-fi, car-parking, meeting room, library and the 'dartboard' story.