Special Offers - Hotels in Midlands

  • Biggin Hall, nr Buxton, Special Offer 118 per night

    In an 'excellent location for walking' in 'glorious countryside', James Moffett's unpretentious hotel within the Peak District national park offers 'true value for money'. 'The attitude to guests, the

  • The Trout at Tadpole Bridge 160 Special Offer

    On the banks of the River Thames, this 'atmospheric and attractive' pub/restaurant-with-rooms is owned by Gareth and Helen Pugh. The 'unpretentious' 17th-century stone inn has an informal atmosphere

  • Hambleton Hall, Rutland, Autumn/Winter Special Offer

    'The perfect country house. It is practically impossible to fault it.' Praise this year from trusted correspondents visiting this luxury hotel on a slope overlooking Rutland Water. It has been owned

  • The Redesdale Arms, Moreton-in-Marsh, 99

    At his centuries-old coaching inn on the main street of a Cotswold town, Robert Smith is a 'hands-on' owner/manager, whose welcome is 'warm'. The 'terrific service from the staff' is also praised. The

  • Pen-y-Dyffryn, Shropshire, Winter Special Offer

    'The setting could not be better' at this silver-stone building with views of 'beautiful countryside' and the Welsh mountains. Once a Georgian rectory, the small country hotel, on a hillside 100 yards

  • The Peacock at Rowsley Summer Special Offer

    'We had a very comfortable night here.' On the edge of a Peak District village, this charming old inn, owned by Lord Edward Manners, was built in 1652 as the dower house for Haddon Hall, a seat of the

  • The Feathers, Ledbury, Sunday Roll Over

    On the high street of a medieval market town, this black-and-white-timbered 16th-century former coaching inn is today a 'great' town hotel 'with many locals passing through'. It is owned by David

  • Losehill House, Derbyshire Special Offer

    In a 'magnificent setting', Paul and Kathryn Roden's secluded spa hotel is in a white-painted Arts and Crafts house on a hillside, with footpath access to the Peak District national park. Refurbished

  • Three Choirs Vineyard, Newent, Wine Tasting Tour

    Guests may meander through 70 acres of cultivated vines at this restaurant-with-rooms on an award-winning vineyard (one of the largest in Britain). Guided tours take in the history and processes of

  • The Manor House, Moreton-in-Marsh, Autumn Break

    In a medieval market town, this 'welcoming' hotel in a 16th-century mellow stone building wins praise this year for the 'good service and ambience'. It is 'well managed' by Simon Stanbrook for the

  • Tudor Farmhouse, Clearwell, Fireside Break

    'Blissfully quiet; a good bolt-hole from the city.' Renewed praise comes this year for Hari and Colin Fell's 'relaxing' hotel in a converted old farmhouse in the Royal Forest of Dean. 'An attractive

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