Paskins Town House, Brighton, East Sussex
Paskins is one of those enticing harbours you dream of when planning a trip to a Brighton hotel; recognisable, slightly different, comfortable and feel good. Itís the sort of place you leave thinking you will always want to return.
Paskins has been famous for being environmentally friendly. This is best sampled through the delicious breakfasts, prepared with mainly organic produce or sourced where ever possible from local farms.
Whilst this is now a fashionable claim to be making it is notable that Paskins has been practising this for the last fifteen years.
The Art Deco breakfast room has a menu of celebrated choice; including a variety of imaginative vegetarian and vegan dishes, three fishy dishes, a full English to die for and some intriguing signature dishes.
The cleaning materials are mostly ecologically friendly and the light bulbs are not only low energy but some are n…
Apple Cottage, Bolberry, Kingsbridge, Devon
Apple Cottage, Bolberry is a cosy, quiet and well equipped holiday cottage for two people, in a valley close to the Heritage Coast of the South Hams of Devon. A stone built former cider apple store built about 200 years ago, it lies behind our home Bolberry Farmhouse, a typical thatched Devon farmhouse with an interesting garden which our guests are invited to use and enjoy.
Apple Cottage is approached from a private drive leading to dedicated parking for one car. A courtyard leads to a West facing terrace--great for evening drinks and BBQs. The cottage is an upside down house, downstairs accommodation consists of a small hall leading to a double bedroom with a 6 ft wide king-size or two 3 ft wide beds ( no misery of a 4 ft double !). The adjacent shower room has a power shower, basin and WC. Linen and duvets or blankets are provided and beds are made up according to your requireme…
Sleeps: 1 to 3
Harbour House B and B, Wick, Caithness
Keith and Virginia welcome you to Harbour House, built in 1864 for the British Fisheries Board. The house was home to the harbour masters of Pulteney and Wick Harbours until 2000 when it was purchased by us. The house overlooks Wick bay with great views of the harbour and marina, with 4 letting rooms, en-suite with tea/coffee facilities. Continental or full Scottish breakfast. Private lounge with pool table free WiFi and Vodafone 3G service.
Room 1: Double room with en-suite with Colour TV and DVD. Breakfast is served to the rooms which have breakfast tables and chairs, tea and coffee making facilities, so you can have breakfast in bed or sit in the window alcoves and watch the boats go in and out of the harbour. Plentiful wardrobe space, tea & coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board (on request) hairdryer (Please note this room doesnít have a full sea view)
Room 2: Is a…
Gresham Hotel, Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Close to the North Bay attractions, The Gresham Guest House features pleasantly decorated bedrooms with modern furnishings. Guests have use of an attractive bar lounge, and dinner is available in the smartly appointed dining room. Breakfast is included in the price.…
The Piggeries, Wells, Somerset
The Piggeries Self Catering are uniquely situated in the heart of the city of Wells in Somerset, right next door to the famous cathedral. Part of an early medieval house, left unused in the 17th Century, it was eventually used for keeping pigs, and has now been converted into holiday accommodation of great character. Something quite different!
The Holiday Accommodation:
White-washed walls of rubble stone, old beams, and pantiled roof.
Quiet and secluded, behind a 10ft wall, close to the ancient springs.
Main living area 21ft (6.3m) by 8ft (2.4m), comprising at one end a well-equipped kitchen with gas cooker, microwave, fridge etc; the other end being comfortable with chairs, table, TV, radio and sofa-bed.
Bedroom, 8ft (2.4m) by 9ft (2.7m), with 4ft (1.2m) double bed.
Bathroom with cast iron bath, hand-held shower, wash-basin and WC.
Gas central heating. Washing machine.
Sleeps: 1 to 2
Treborth Courtyard Holiday Cottages, Bangor, Gwynedd
At Treborth Leisure we want to welcome you to a beautiful part of Wales, and we believe we have everything you need to make the most of your holiday.
Whether it's self-catering or caravanning and camping, we have the space and facilities to make your stay a memorable one.
The cottage are conversions of former outbuildings that were once part of the old staging post for the London to Holyhead/Dublin Horse and Coach transport era.
The conversion work has been carried out to a very high standard, affording 4 attractive holiday cottages surrounding a fountain courtyard, and an additional two mews cottages in a twin courtyard. Located in a lush green rural setting, but only half a mile away from the A55 expressway.
We also offer an optional external dog kennel and run.
Our Cottages Include The Following Facilities:
Full central heating
Dishwasher and microw…
Sleeps: 1 to 8
Lonsdale Hotel, Windermere, Cumbria
Thankyou for choosing Lonsdale House, Bowness-on-Windermere, for your Lake District Break, we hope to make your stay comfortable and memorable.
All rooms have en-suite facilities decorated and finished to a high standard throughout. Rooms available with lake views or four poster beds on request. Family rooms also available with a maximum capacity of five persons.
Our relaxing and comfortable lounge can be found on the lower ground floor, you are free to use this any time during your stay. Beverages will be provided upon request until the bar closes in the evening.
You will find a complimentary video library and board games available for use during your stay.
Picturesque Bowness Windermere nestles on the banks of Lake Windermere. The town provides an abundance of restaurants, shops and attractions. The central Lake District location makes it the ideal base for visiting the m…
Honeysuckle Cottage, Noss Mayo, Plymouth, Devon
A delightful, traditional cottage located in the heart of the picturesque village of Noss Mayo. Situated in the Conservation Area just yards from Newton Creek, Honeysuckle Cottage is the perfect base for sailing, walking, swimming, golfing and all other rural diversions to be found in South Devon.
Noss Mayo is one of the most unspoilt havens in South Devon, located on the south bank of Newton Creek, off the River Yealm. There are two pubs in Noss Mayo, the Swan and the Ship, both within a minute or two's walk from Honeysuckle Cottage. On the opposite bank of the creek lies Newton Ferrers, which provides a post office, general store, butcher, pharmacy and a pub (The Dolphin). Newton Ferrers is a very short walk at low water across the "Voss", a path across the creek.
Honeysuckle Cottage has been recently redecorated, and presents bright, well laid out rooms, which have been furnishe…