Accommodations

Your accommodations are an integral part of your holiday and we make our choices with your comfort in mind. We make every effort to ensure all of our guests have a pleasant stay throughout their touring experience. Wherever possible on our longer itineraries, we mix up a combination of rural and in town/village locations so you have a nice overview of the areas visited.

Manor House Hotels

Manor House Hotels

Manor Houses

Small Family Operated Hotels

Coaching Inns

Coaching Inns

Bed and Breakfasts

Bed and Breakfasts

Our accommodations cover a wide range of lodging types including inns, farmhouses, manor houses, quaint b&bs,  small family run hotels and even the occasional castle. Each is chosen with care, with reference to architecture, comfort, location, cuisine, and friendliness of the host.

All lodgings are three or four star category/similar rating. All rooms have private/en-suite facilities.

It is important to note that our properties are converted, historically interesting properties and not custom built hotels. You may find the rooms a bit smaller than in North America but overall, they more than make up in charm. The historic designs do not usually allow for lifts/elevators but, in most properties, low floor rooms may be requested. If you have any special requirements, please advise us at time of booking and we will do our best to accommodate for you.

Here, we introduce you to just a few of the properties we use to provide you examples of what you may expect:

Manor House Hotels

Manor House Hotels

Coaching Inns

Coaching Inns

128

Regency style townhouse hotel, Bath

121

Private “guests only” Regency style garden, Bath

 

Farmhouses

Farmhouses

Brickhouse

All charming, historical converted properties & not custom built hotels! Here is the lounge room of a Manor House hotel in Kent.

Sometimes even a castle!

Sometimes even a castle!

ROOM TYPES

“Double Room” is for 2 guests who wish to share a bed

Double Room

Double Room

Double Room

Double Room

Double Room

Double Room

“Twin Room” is 2 guests sharing a room, each with their own single bed

Twin Room

Twin Room

Twin Room

Twin Room

Twin Room

Twin Room

“Single” rooms are for guests traveling solo, one room with a single bed for one guest. Once in a while, singles are lucky to get a double bedded room for single occupancy but that doesn’t happen too often. If that is important to you, discuss options with us as it may be possible for an additional supplement. Note that UK/European properties charge a supplemental fee for having your own room in any case, hence the single supplement tour rate.

Single Room

Single Room

Single Room

Single Room