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Old English Inns with Rooms

old english inn with rooms

For a cosy, intimate night away, you’d be hard pressed to find a better place to stay than at one of our old English inns with rooms. Unlike the traditional public house, inns were simple watering holes, but with rooms. So, not much has changed there then – except now those humble inns have turned into stylish escapes where you don’t just stop over for the night, you seek them out for a luxury experience you’ll never forget.

If you’re staying in an old English inn, expect your room to be brimming with quirky antiques, stylish four poster beds, wood burners and perhaps a claw foot bath. Basically, prepare to be wowed. These inns with rooms are charming, full of character and rich with history. And just like when they were a stop-off on the packhorse trail, you’ll still be greeted by friendly, charismatic owners.

Enter traditional inns and you may find sloping floors, inglenook fireplaces and a dizzying selection of local lagers, ales and bitters – maybe even a resident ghost or two. But you’ll also discover all manner of modern comforts you’d expect from a boutique hotel, and some seriously fabulous food. Today, organic fare, and local and seasonal produce make an appearance in traditional pubs. Amidst the creaking corridors and ancient wooden beams, you’ll be treated to a heavenly gastro experience.

Traditional Pubs

Luckily for us, traditional pubs are set in the most glorious locations – another reason to make a weekend of it. Venture out into the national parks of the Peak District, the lakes of Cumbria or the cultural venues in Manchester. Basically, take your pick of many stunning regions in the UK and we’ll help you find an old English pub that’s had a stylish makeover, yet retained its original character.

There are many reasons to visit old English inns with rooms, not least because they are a part of our history, but they have also seriously upped their game. Making the most of their unique buildings, pub owners have sensitively restored them into luxurious accommodation, and triumphed. Located in some of the UK’s most desired locations, it’s time to make sure these charming pubs are on your travel radar.


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The Wensleydale Heifer, Witton

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A quirky coaching inn with characterful rooms and their own brand beer & gin
  • Free-standing roll-top baths
  • Holds a Guinness World Record
  • Dog friendly
  • Child friendly

From £120

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Merry Harriers, Hambledon

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A tradional village inn with homecooked food and real ales
  • 7 bedrooms
  • Dog friendly
  • Child friendly
  • Bar

From £70

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The Old Coffee Tavern, Warwick

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A Victorian Tavern with cosy, boutique bedrooms
  • 10 rooms
  • Children welcome
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Bar

From £95.00

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The Cavendish Arms, Cartmel

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A 450 year old coaching inn in the pretty village of Cartmel
  • 13 rooms
  • Log fire
  • British menu
  • Child friendly

From £105

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The Red Pump Inn, Bashall Eaves

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A traditional inn with log fires and gastro pub food in the Ribble Valley
  • 8 rooms
  • 4 glamping yurts
  • Dog friendly
  • Child friendly

From £90

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The Plume of Feathers at Mitchell, Cornwall

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A traditional coaching inn with boutique bedrooms
  • 12 rooms
  • Bar
  • Beer garden
  • Cask ales

From £100

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The Waddington Arms, Clitheroe

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A cosy country pub in the heart of the Ribble Valley
  • 6 rooms
  • Parking
  • Village location
  • Log fires

From £85

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The Shireburn Arms, Clitheroe, Lancashire

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A 17th century inn with rooms in the Ribble Valley
  • 18 rooms
  • Parking
  • Dog friendly
  • Family friendly

From £95

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The Wild Boar near Windermere

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A traditional inn with log fires & woodland setting
  • 34 rooms
  • Parking
  • Woodland setting
  • Log fires

From £118

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