Historic bed and breakfasts and small hotels in the Middle of England, including the Peak District, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Staffordshire, Rutland, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Leicestershire.
This charming village pub has been recently renovated, carefully blending the charm and character of the original building with the modern, stylish rooms. Set in the hills above the popular Manifold Valley, the conservation village of Butterton is a beautiful Peak District spot.
Set within Sheffield’s green belt on the edge of the Peak District, this charming rural stone farmhouse is surrounded by six acres of wonderful gardens, orchards, woods and fields. The architect owner has created luxurious and individual guest rooms and suites.
Upper Catesby, nr. Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 6LB.
This secluded B&B sits in 50 acres of beautiful farmland overlooking the Shuckburgh Estate. Blending new-style comfort with old-style hospitality, guests can enjoy an evening in the hot tub as well as the complimentary slow gin or port available in all of the rooms.
Offering modern guest accommodation in an historic building, the Old Vicarage stands in the beautiful and ancient village of Flore. The house and adjacent stables are built using Northamptonshire quarried sandstone which is typical of the area.
With three spacious and comfortable en suite double bedrooms, this beautiful stone farmhouse is surrounded by charming English countryside. Set in spacious gardens, the house is located next door to Hinton Airfield the base of Banbury’s Gliding Club.
Long Buckby, nr. Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN6 7QR.
Close to the tributary of the River Nene, this distinctive Georgian mill house is situated on the outskirts of the village of Long Buckby. Murcott Mill has been in the family of the owners since it was originally built in 1760.
Lower Catesby, nr. Daventry, Northamptionshire, NN11 6LF.
The Clock Tower was originally part of a Victorian stable-yard serving Catesby House. Tucked away on the borders of Northamptonshire and Warwickshire, it now offers two very comfortable en suite bedrooms both with far-reaching views over unspoilt countryside.
Rockingham, nr. Corby, Northamptonshire, LE16 8TG.
This attractive 18th century farmhouse B&B stands in private gardens and boasts large spacious rooms, all with private bathroom facilities. Situated in the stunning Welland Valley, the village of Rockingham is home to the former royal hunting lodge of Rockingham Castle.
Located in the beautiful and quiet village of Bulwick just nine miles from the famous historic town of Stamford, this 17th century stone cottage offers welcoming and comfortable guest accommodation, as well as perfectly cooked breakfasts.
Harby, nr. Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE14 4BB.
Beamed throughout, the recently converted bed and breakfast accommodation at the Stables at Harby features a large self-contained room with a super-king bed. A double sofa-bed makes it perfect as a family room, as does the small food preparation area.