The Fleece Inn

The Fleece Inn, Haworth, nr. Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD22 8DA.

Surrounded by the wild and rugged moors of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, The Fleece Inn stands in the very heart of Haworth’s historic main street. Offering good old Yorkshire hospitality in 7 cosy guest rooms, the restaurant serves hearty local fare.

  • 19th Century

Crown and Horns

Crown and Horns, East Ilsley, Berkshire, , RG20 7LH.

With its 11 individually designed en-suite rooms, the 18th century Crown and Horns country inn is the ideal stop over for both business and leisure travellers. With classic pub food served daily, enjoy daily specials in the courtyard garden when the weather permits.

  • 18th Century

Kegworth House

Kegworth House, Kegworth, Leicestershire, DE74 2DA.

Behind the elegant Georgian facade, Kegworth House retains many original features including a stone-flagged hallway and a relaxing drawing room with an open fire. The 11 en-suite bedrooms each possess their own individual character.

  • 18th Century

The Kings Head Hotel

Ravenstonedale, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, CA17 4NH.

Set in the stunning Cumbrian countryside, the King’s Head is enjoyed by both visitors and locals. A contemporary decor sets off traditional features such as the log fire place and original beams. The six bedrooms are well appointed with every convenience.

  • 18th Century

Sands Hotel

Sands Hotel, Burray, Orkney, KW17 2SS.

The 19th-century Sands Hotel is situated along the shore of Scapa Flow in Burray village. All rooms are en-suite overlooking the beach and pier where local fishermen work. There is a bar, restaurant and beautiful sea views.

  • 19th Century

Sutherland House

Sutherland House, Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6DN.

More a boutique restaurant with rooms, Sutherland House is one of the oldest and most historically significantly buildings in Southwold. Offering just four stylish, contemporary rooms, it is just a short walk along the promenade to the beach and pier.

  • 15th Century

Nevill Arms Inn

Nevill Arms Inn, Medbourne, Leicestershire, LE16 8EE.

Situated in the picturesque village of Medbourne amidst Leicestershire’s beautiful Welland Valley, the Nevill Arms was rebuilt in 1863 in a Tudor style. Featuring a a stylish restaurant and en-suite accommodation, relax with a drink by the river bank.

  • 19th Century