The six bright, modest rooms at this 16th-century coaching inn above the Glenderamakin River have hosted the likes of Charles Dickens and local hunting legend...more
Though largely a 16th-century property, the oldest parts of the King George IV date back to Roman timesan appropriate background, given that much of the...more
This inn has been around for 400 years, but its name only dates back to the Victorian era. Here's the story: One morning, the landlady found several of her...more
This 18th-century windmill, standing just outside the flint town of Cley next the Sea (pronounced "Kly," and actually about a mile away from the sea), is one of...more
This former coaching inn newly made mod (though still affordable) by owners Clare and James Brown is a top address for Londoners. A hair behind Dartmouth's...more
A reliable agency with the blessing of the Bath tourism board, this outfit has a stable of 18 furnished weekly rentals that sleep between two and six...more
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