Small Hotels and Inns of Eastern Spain - Santana Books
Status: New - Ships from Spain. Please allow 10-18 business days to arrive at UK address (10-21 worldwide) due to postal service checks and customs. Some of the...... more
Status: New - Ships from Spain. Please allow 10-18 business days to arrive at UK address (10-21 worldwide) due to postal service checks and customs. Some of the most delightful places to stay in the regions of Valencia, Teruel and Murcia. Each entry includes a photograph, prices and contact details, plus the author's personal assessment - based on a visit.
The Rough Guide to the Lake District - Jules Brown
Status: New - 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...... more
Status: New - 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 ...
The Cotswolds (Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay) - Alastair Sawday's
Status: New - Famous for its cobbled streets and honey-stone cottages, bustling market towns and breathtaking scenery, the Cotswolds are high on the list of...... more
Status: New - Famous for its cobbled streets and honey-stone cottages, bustling market towns and breathtaking scenery, the Cotswolds are high on the list of places to visit for anyone serious about exploring Britain's countryside. This small format guide brings together over 100 Special Places to Stay: B&Bs, self-catering cottages, hotels, inns and pubs.
...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: Sensible price, useful location, no pretentions Disadvantages: no frills (but then it doesn't pretend to have any)
..., many of them don't even count as an inn in the literal sense - since they do not themselves provide food, but rely on a reciprocal arrangement with an adjacent hostelry.
Is this a criticism? Not in the slightest.
I would not choose a Premier Inn for a romantic holiday or an indulgent weekend?but for a city-break or a business trip when I need nothing more than security, comfort and convenience I...
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...