Dog-friendly Breaks in Britain (Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay) - Alastair Sawday
Sawday's books are the go-to guides when you want to find somewhere friendly, smart and reliably welcoming to stay. The discerning team at Sawday's has scoured...... more
Sawday's books are the go-to guides when you want to find somewhere friendly, smart and reliably welcoming to stay. The discerning team at Sawday's has scoured the land for places to stay where dogs are literally 'top dog' in the attention stakes. As well as offering run-arounds in the garden and treats behind the bar, the owners of these dog-friendly places can recommend the best local walks, woods, beaches, picnic spots and pubs on their patch. For owners, each B&B, hotel, inn and self-catering property is special in its own way. Each has been selected because it offers something delightful or different.
The Rough Guide to the Lake District - Jules Brown
Paperback. Pub the Date: May. 2010 Pages: 296 in Publisher: on Rough Guides of The of Rough Guide to the Lake District is the ultimate travel companion...... more
Paperback. Pub the Date: May. 2010 Pages: 296 in Publisher: on Rough Guides of The of Rough Guide to the Lake District is the ultimate travel companion for discovering England's most celeated scenic area. From the literary sites of in Grasmere to cruising on Lake Windermere and all the alpine landscapes and picturesque villages in between. Foodies are directed to the regions best restaurants and most authentic old inns and pubs whilst walkers can enjoy all the walks included in the BBC's popular 'Wainright Walks' series with Julia adbury. Whether you're looking for a walker's hostel or boutique hotel. caf. gastro-pub. farmhouse BandB or country-house hotel. this guide has the lowdown on all the best deals. The Rough Guide to the Lake District is loaded with practical information from family ticket prices and opening times to advice on travelling around the region relying on ...
...I live a fairly nomadic lifestyle and with family situated all around the UK - in Bristol, Cornwall, Liverpool, Norfolk to name but a few places, I find myself zipping frequently here, there and everywhere. With a family of my own, it is sometimes just not convenient or possible to stay with family. So what do I do?
Enter Travel Inn. I was sceptical at first - approximately £42 for a night...
Advantages: Cheap and cheerful, clean and tidy Disadvantages: very basic, no frills, but at that price who wants them?
...We live in Devon and had tickets for a Runrig concert in Birmingham Symphony Hall. We live out in the country so going out into the big wide world can be quite scary you know what with all the guncrime and murder in the big cities!!!
We were a bit wary of staying in the centre of Birmingham mainly due to cost, so we looked for somewhere on the edge and found Days Inn in West Bromwich...
Advantages: Easily navigatable website - great rooms Disadvantages: None
...Premier Travel Inns are great if you are wanting a stop for one or two nights and we use them quite a lot.
I used this paticular Travel Inn when I was going to a family party and didn't want to travel the 60 miles back home afterwards.
PREMIER TRAVEL INNS
There have been Premier Travel Inns in this country now for over twenty years and there are now 500 hotels across Britain to choose...