Bed and Breakfasts in England

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Rye Hill Farm

Hexham, Northumberland, England

Rye Hill Farm, Hexham, Northumberland, England Rye Hill Farm offers you the freedom to enjoy the history and beauty of Northumberland throughout the year, while staying in the pleasant family atmosphere of a cosy farm adapted especially to receive holiday makers, both self catering or bed and breakfast.

Gooseford Farm

Okehampton, Devon, England

Gooseford Farm, Okehampton, Devon, England Mary and Julian Courtier will give you a warm welcome to their traditional working farmhouse in the Dartmoor National Park. The 16th Century stone farmhouse; providing excellent bed and breakfast accommodationis in the charming hamlet of Gooseford; nestling under the tors of North Dartmoor. It is quiet and rural; yet within 5 minutes of the A30 and only twenty minutes from the historic cathedral city of Exeter. The house itself is full of traditional features and a warm log fire burns in the open stone fireplace of the residents' lounge. There are exposed beams; inset windows and wonderful views over the moor. Mary will cook your full English breakfast from their farm produce and on request she will provide a home-cooked dinner for you from delicious; fresh ingredients from the farm and garden. (advance booking required). She bakes her own bread; makes all the puddings and Julian ensures there is a supply of fresh meat available from the farm This homely; family run bed and breakfast B&B has two double rooms and a single room available; all with either an en suite or private bathroom and a private guests' lounge.

Marshwood Farm B&B and Cottage

Salisbury, Wiltshire, England

Marshwood Farm B&B and Cottage, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England We have a beautiful 17thC farmhouse situated on a working arable and livestock farm. We have 2 very comfortable guest rooms overlooking farmland and woods. Breakfast is served using local produce where available. We are in an ideal position for walking; cycling and touring many places of interest.

Brockenhurst Bed and Breakfast

Bideford , Devon, England

Brockenhurst Bed and Breakfast, Bideford , Devon, England Our house is set near the centre of Westward Ho! within sight and sound of the sea and Lundy Island. It is also close (200 metres) to the South West Coastal Path. Brockenhurst is a family run Bed & Breakfast owned by Peter and Kim Snowball on occasion assisted by their daughter. We provide a warm; comfortable friendly environment for you to have an enjoyable stay and try to do whatever we can to ensure that you do.All our rooms are en-suite with tea / coffee making facilities; central heating and colour TV. Breakfast is taken in the dining room overlooking the sea and the chickens that lay the eggs for your breakfast.There are plenty of things to do including walking on the coastal path – follow the path westwards along the clifftops for spectacular views and beautiful sunsets towards the picturesque Bucks Mill; Clovelly and Hartland Point - or follow the path eastwards over Northam burrows with grazing sheep and ponies; past Royal North Devon Golf Course; through the fishing town of Appledore to the old port of Bideford with its ancient bridge. Alternatively walk or cycle along the Tarka Trail (old railway line) to either Torrington or Barnstaple (regional capital) and beyond or if you want to save your legs you can drive or buses run to Bideford and Barnstaple every half and hour.Sunbathing; rockpooling; water sports - surfing; fishing etc. on our local beach together with Tennis; Golf and Riding in Westward Ho! with restaurants; pubs; shopping and amusements close to hand. Further afield there is Dartington Crystal and RHS Rosemoor Gardens in Torrington; Hartland Abbey (house; gardens and tearoom) and Docton Mill (gardens and tearoom). Instow (across the river Torridge from Appledore) where the local yacht club is situated.

Penrose B&B

Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England

Penrose B&B, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England Chris & Heidi welcome you to Penrose; their elegant Victorian home. Built in 1880; Penrose retains a wealth of original features; including fireplaces in most of the large rooms; cornicing; ceiling roses; chandeliers; high ceilings and stained glass windows. Even though Penrose is elegant and grand; when you walk in you will experience a homely and laid back atmosphere. As you will see below; most of the rooms are lovely and large with ensuite facilities; plus comfy seating and lots of added extras. There is free Wifi; and a computer available in the dining room. Children and dogs are welcome as well. Chris & Heidi endeavour to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.There are lots of amenities close by; including:The Eden Project (only 10 minutes drive away) Coastal walks; Cycling; Fishing and Sailing;Golf courses galore National Trust gardens & houses Local pubs restaurants and takeaways all within a 5/10 minute walk of the house.Lostwithiel is now the antiques capital of Cornwall; it also boasts tea shops; restaurants; churches; castles; rivers; parks; boats; museum and a train station. Off Street parking is available.Here are some comments from our guest book‘Another wonderful stay – as before; lovely room; excellent food & a very warm welcome. Many thanks!’ Cheryl & Mark; Maidstone – 30th Sept 07 ‘We really chose the best B&B. Really enjoyed our stay with you and your lovely; warm personality.’ Ros; Michael & Rebecca – 20th Sept 07






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