Our excellent hotel in Newquay is rated 9.5/10 by customers using Booking.com - see their comments before you book your holiday! Come see for yourself why The Quies is rated highly for hotelaccommodation in Newquay, Cornwall! Alexandra, Will and family extend a warm welcome to all those choosing to holiday at The Quies Hotel.
Widbrook provides a range of accommodation, welcoming adults, families and corporate customers into the personal and homely atmosphere of this typically English Country House. The name Widbrook datesfrom 1279 and relates to the brook that runs through the hotel's grounds. Widbrook Grange was originally built as a model farm during the early 1700's and consisted then, as it does today, of a large and impressive main house with its comfortable lounges and log fires.
At the Edgcumbe Hotel, we are committed to making your holiday the most enjoyable you have ever had. In our service our staff are committed to surpass your expectations and we hope that one day youwill return. The Hotel offers you relaxed and comfortable surroundings with first class service.
The Kings Arms is an 18th Century building steeped in history such as tales of Dick Turpin and other notorious highwaymen. We are situated in the centre of the bustling market town of Melksham. Weoffer a wide range of fantastic food from bar snacks to full restaurant dining, serving food daily. We also have an ever-changing daily specials menu. Open from 7am Monday to Friday and 8am Saturday & Sunday for breakfast or just coffee - if you are on the go why not take it with you?!
The Gascony is a Family run Victorian House Hotel where the emphasis is on comfort and friendly efficient Service. Pleasantly situated on the level in the lovely tree lined Avenue, the Hotel is some100yards from the Seafront. Minehead is the seaward gateway to the Exmoor National Park, an unrivaled landscape of extraordinary natural beauty and dramatic coastal scenery. It is a marvellous area for walking, riding, fishing or simply relaxing and exploring.
The Castle Inn Hotel can trace its origins back to the 12th century and many features of the original construction remain today. Recently the Inn has undergone extensive and considerate restorationwhere great care has been taken to preserve yet enhance the charm of this beautiful historic building. Whilst sympathetic to the ancient structure, the refurbishment has included the installation of many contemporary facilities ensuring guests can enjoy the utmost comfort, care and attention.
The Seiners Arms is a family run bed & breakfast with its own restaurant and bar located on the beautiful Perranporth seafront in Cornwall. We offer a warm, friendly and traditional Cornish barenvironment and each day serve a locally sourced, freshly prepared menu with an emphasis on the abundant seafood caught almost on our doorstep.
Situated only a short distance from the award-winning sandy beaches, shops, theatres, restaurants, pubs and nightclubs. All bedrooms have hospitality trays and six-channel TVs and DVD players. Insertbody text here. This south coast resort is at the doorstep of the New Forest Flower-filled. Park-dotted Bournemouth is filled with an abundance of architecture inherited from those arbiters of taste, Victoria and her son, Edward.
Since opening in 2006 the Captains Club Hotel has established itself as the leading 4 star hotel in Christchurch - and with a contemporary nautical-inspired design and enviable waterfront positionit's not hard to see why! We offer award winning food, comfortable rooms with river views, exciting events and outstanding levels of customer service. We're independently owned and run which allows us to add those personal touches that make staying with us feel all the more special.
They also offer the opportunity for the novice to experience the speed, excitement and drama of kart racing. Our hotel is ideally situated to enjoy the facilities provided by Southern CountiesLeisure, including arrive and drive corporate karting and clay shooting at the nearby (approx 2 miles) Dorset Shooting School.
The Radstock Hotel is an enchanting hotel dating back to the 18th century, offering 11 spacious and comfortable ensuite rooms, nicely decorated and equipped with modern amenities. Radstock is a marketand mining town, just a 20-minute drive from the Georgian city of Bath famous for its stunning architecture, roman baths and superb shopping, alternatively 30 minutes away is cosmopolitan Bristol.
The Mount Somerset Hotel and Spa in Taunton, Somerset is a stunning 19 bedroom Regency country house hotel, set in four acres of beautiful grounds. This grand dame of a building sits high upon hermount, cradled in between the Quantock and Blackdown Hills, affording guests some of the best views in Somerset.
Offering great pub food and comfortable accommodation just off Jnct 16, M4. You will find us tucked away in tranquil countryside near the historical town of Royal Wootton Bassett and just three milesfrom Swindon in Wiltshire. Specialising in imaginative, expertly cooked food together with superb, modern accommodation facilities, our warm and welcoming atmosphere is popular with locals and those passing through alike.
This historic hotel offers unparalleled views of Brunel's Grade One listed Clifton Suspension Bridge, said to be one of the worlds greatest bridges. Boasting a fantastic panorama, the hotel is also ina very central position for both business and leisure trips alike, with Bristol City Centre within walking distance. The views don't stop here, from the popular Bridge Café and White Lion Bar, with an extensive all-weather terrace area, look out across the Somerset and the southern areas of Bristol.
If you are looking for 'Prissy Modernity' please don't come! If you want clean comfortable accommodation with all mod cons, able to come and go as you please, take breakfast at a time to suityourself, early or late, serving yourself Continental style with an extensive choice of fresh fruit, cereals and cold meats and to make your own toast just as you like it, then do come and you will be amazed at the value offered!
Arriving for the first time, as you round the corner of the long and winding drive, from the distance appears Gidleigh Park. The quintessential country house is nestled in a wooded valley within thenatural beauty of the wilds of Dartmoor, Devon. Its location is breath taking and the views are something else altogether. Taking in the gardens of the estate and the river running through, the house is a backdrop to showcase an eclectic art and antique privately owned collection.
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.
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.
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.
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.