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With oodles of cosy countryside inns and luxury boutique hotels to choose from, we've got the perfect spot for snuggling up with your loved one on a romantic weekend break.
If style is your bag, and you have a big budget, book a weekend getaway with Hotel du Vin – our 2009 Small Hotel Group of the Year. Choose from 14 luxury and boutique hotels in central locations, each boasting a trademark bistro with an outstanding wine cellar. For a special occasion, opt for a private dining experience. Alternatively, take a look at Exclusive Hotels.
Alternatively, if the perfect pub is more your scene, check out our top picks of cosy country hideaways offering gastronomic delights...
Simply oozing character and charm – the perfect spot for a romantic weekend break. A relaxed, imaginatively restored interior mixes Osborne and Little with Farrow and Ball. Flagstones, wooden floors, antique tables and several open fires create a classy, comfortable look throughout. Bedrooms feature style, simple good taste and thoughtful touches aplenty. A modern menu combines a variety of influences with a twist, using local produce.
This delightful rural hideaway boasts two AA Rosettes. There's a cosy bar, a smart lounge and a classy restaurant and the inn's food philosophy is to simply cook local produce where possible. The 16th-century former coaching inn has plenty of genuine character – old beams, oak panelling, flagstone floors, log fires and four-poster beds – plus immaculate bedrooms.
A stay here guarantees a great pub atmosphere, genuine charm and fantastic food. A mixture of old beams, worn flagstones and crackling log fires combine for a warm, welcoming atmosphere in the bar areas and prove to be the classic backdrop to a wealth of stylish contemporary furnishings. Chunky wooden tables and high-backed chairs lend a sense of occasion to the dining room.
A charming 14th century inn featuring flagstones, tiles, oak beams, large gilt mirrors and cosy fireplaces. The bar is strewn with dried hops and dangling tankards, whilst the kitchen serves British favourites with some Mediterranean and Asian touches.
Updated June 2013