Take a wonderfully tranquil location just three minutes walk from stunning Meadfoot Beach and less than 15 from Torquay Marina. Add a Brasserie that serves some of the best food in town. Plus a team that have one simple aim. To make your stay memorable for all the right reasons and we think you’ll find our cosy yet stylish bolthole might just be what you’re looking for!
Our Brasserie at the Bay, to which hotel guests and locals are equally welcome, is open Tuesday through to Saturday 6.00pm to 10.30pm (last food order 9.00pm) and Sunday Lunch 12.00 - 2.30pm. You'll find our menu is very much focussed on making the most of local produce, cooked lovingly and served in a relaxed ambience. So if you're looking for a chilled end to the day head for the Bay!
Welcome to The Grosvenor Arms, the heartbeat of the famous Dorset hilltop market town of Shaftesbury. The Grosvenor Arms is newly refurbished, it is traditional yet stylish, relaxed yet ‘buzzy’, and open all day. You are always welcome, for a drink in the bar, a cup of coffee in the conservatory, or a pizza from the wood oven. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and the cobbled courtyard is always available for an alfresco lunch or drink.
49 St Margaret's Street, Bradford on Avon, BA15 1DE
Timbrell's Yard offers 17 beautiful en-suite rooms with a spacious restaurant and bar. You can eat all day every day from our wonderful kitchen overseen by Tom Blake, group chef and ex River Cottage, and Ricky Ford, head chef and ex Gary Rhodes & The Museum Inn. Simple fresh food prepared on the premises daily and relying on the best West Country produce. The menu changes constantly and we showcase our local suppliers on boards around the walls.
Our hotel is a world unto itself. Nestled in magical, subtropical gardens, a stone’s throw from our privately owned beach, the newly refurbished Hotel Meudon is a touch of secluded, Cornish paradise. Inside, you’ll find light, airy accommodation that maximises the famous Cornish sunlight, with tastefully designed interior décor and furnishings selected with style, comfort and luxury in mind.
With Cornwall’s abundance of independent growers and producers supplying our restaurant, we’ve designed our menu to reflect the wide range of the local region’s renowned delicious, fresh produce. With innovative dishes that accentuate the quality of the ingredients, natural flavours take centre stage. We take great care to source responsibly and our values of provenance, welfare and quality run through everything we do – from ensuring the freshness of our seafood to crafting and baking our own batches of bread.
The Queensberry Hotel is one of Bath's longest established independent family-owned business. It comprises of four Georgian townhouses, also home to the city’s only Michelin Star restaurant, The Olive Tree, lead by Head Chef Chris Cleghorn. He has a passion for creating seasonal dishes that are memorable with depth and clarity of flavour.
*Unfortunately The Old Coastguard experienced a fire during mid June 2019 and will therefore be closed for most of the summer whilst they make vital repairs. The main reception is open from 9am-5pm everyday and they will continue taking bookings for Autumn & Winter 2019.*
The Old Coastguard is a seaside hotel in the fishing village of Mousehole, near Penzance and St. Ives. The hotel offers fourteen bedrooms with stunning views, complete with a dining room and outside terrace sitting atop a tropical garden that slopes down to the harbour wall. The menu offers plenty of fish and seafood - fresh from Newlyn - and we serve Cornish beef and poultry, game from local estates and cheeses from some of Britain's best dairies.
Rates for 2019
Standard Double £150 B&B or £205 Dinner B&B.
Double King / Twin £175 B&B or £230 Dinner B&B.
Family Room £205 B&B or £260 Dinner B&B.
Large King £250 B&B or £305 Dinner B&B.
Single Occupancy from £110 B&B or £137.50 Dinner B&B.
Offers for 2019
Spring and September Sleepover
22nd April - 23rd May & 1st September - 3rd October
Stay with us for two or more nights from £385 per couple including your bed, breakfast and three courses each night from our usual evening menu
The famous and historic Two Bridges Hotel enjoys a stunning setting on the banks of the West Dart river in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. Luxurious, characterful and individually-styled rooms promise a good night's sleep followed by a hearty Dartmoor Breakfast. The award-wining menus feature local Devon produce throughout, from a casual bar lunch to a memorable evening meal in the oak-panelled Tors Restaurant. In the summer months the sunny river-view terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy a bite of lunch or a classic Devon Cream Tea, and the crackling log fires complement the warm welcome when it's cooler outside.
The Bedford Hotel in Tavistock on the edge of Dartmoor National Park offers seasonal West Country produce, freshly prepared and deliciously honest. Quality ingredients are sourced locally from Devon and Cornwall wherever possible, and blended together by a team of telented chefs to create unforgettably tasty dishes, whether enjoying a relaxing bar meal or a three-course dinner in the restaurant. Stay the night, with a choice of 31 individually-styled bedrooms, and the promise of a full Devon Breakfast to set you up the next day. The Bedford Hotel has pride of place in the heart of Tavistock, and is the town's top choice for comfortable rooms, excellent dining and a warm welcome. Whether it's the pleasure of morning coffee with the daily papers, or a well-earned break away, this classic Devon hotel is a treat..
Escape to the edge of the Atlantic at Lewinnick Lodge.
Nestled amongst the craggy cliffs of the stunning Pentire Headland, the Lodge boasts a stylish bar, hotel and brasserie with ocean views that are hard to beat.
So, taste the saltwater lifestyle and dive into our fresh seafood and world-inspired dishes, while you sip crisp wine or locally-brewed ales and enjoy the views from our cliff-top terrace.
Feast on our ‘light and fresh’ polenta-crusted squid with a Vietnamese-dressed salad – or tuck into one of our succulent steak dishes, sourced from local Cornish farms.
Book a table in our restaurant, take a pew by our dog-friendly bar or lounge by the fireside – wherever you sit you can’t escape the captivating coastal panoramas (and don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for dolphins).
We’re also perfectly placed for storm-watching or for those summer evenings spent gazing at the ocean from the terrace as the sun sets over the horizon.
It’s due to our tasty, freshly-sourced food, cliff-top location and stylish ambience that Lewinnick Lodge has deservedly earned its name as one of the best places to eat in Newquay.
Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free or just have particular tastes, we can cater for all your dietary requirements.
The Eastbury, once a private Georgian residence, is situated in the heart of old Sherborne, ancient capital of Dorset. The 21 bedrooms are scrupulously clean, very comfortable and thoughtfully furnished with some overlooking the very English walled garden. The restaurant Season's has a Two AA Rosette: housed within a lovely conservatory, serves decidedly English food using the abundance of high quality local produce we have available in Dorset.