Have a friendly, intimate holiday experience with a welcome from on-site, local hosts on a holiday in a guesthouse - from the north of Ireland to the south of Spain, and enjoy something more than just a traditional hotel. For help choosing, see which guesthouses made the Green Travel List and greentraveller founder Richard Hammond's list of Britain's top green places to stay.
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£85-£99 per double room to include full breakfast
£40 to £48
From 700€ per week including 3 vegetarian meals a day, morning and afternoon yoga classes, and a massage or acupuncture treatment.
€175 Classic Double, €220 Deluxe, €270 Family room, €280 Garden Suite
Superior King is £130, King Room is £120, Double/Twin is £100, Single is £50. Longer stay deals available
£ 1450 for one week high season in smallest cottage which sleeps 4
£105 for stays of 1 or 2 nights, £95 for stays of 3 nights or more. Reduced rates in January & February 2017 pls contact
Prices from: Double £110 Single £90
£70 - £80 per room (off-season), £76 - 94 (mid-season), £80 - 98 (high season). Prices include breakfast.
92 € guestroom, 119 € guestroom, 125 € guestroom per night incl breakfast, 660 € selfcatering apartment per week
£70-£90 a night
From £75 per night, based on 2 people sharing
Single £65.00, Doubles £90, Deluxe Kings £105, Suite £120
Twin/doubles from £95, Suite £110
Double room £75.00 Kingsize Room £80.00
Classic double £85.00 per night, Superior double £95.00 per night, Suite £110.00 per night
From £75 per night based on 2 people sharing
Range from £130 to £85 per room per night B&B for 2 people sharing, depending on facilities. Single ensuite £45 per nignt B&B
£60 - £150 per apartment per night
Doubles from £85 per night (reductions for stays of more than one night)
Double/twin room: £59 during the week, £64 Friday and Saturday, cottage from £120
Singles/doubles €45/€75 B&B; Indigo and Hénil rooms used as self-catering apartment €375/€500 per week for two/four people
Doubles/twins from €55 B&B; two-bedroom rental houses sleeping four from €470/week
B&B: £70 per night. Cottage hire: £420 per week.
Singles/doubles from £49.50/£85 per night
Bed & Breakfast Rooms from £104 per night Cottages From £290 per week Apartment From £290 per week - Short Breaks Available
£84 - £132 (£84 = price per room per night for B&B, £132 = price per room incl dinner for 1 night - dbb prices are lower per night for longer stays)
Standard double £68, Double with private bathroom £72, Double/twin ensuite £80.
From £58 to £80
From £82; singles from £65
from £105 B&B pn to £170 B&B pn
Doubles €60 B&B
From £140 per night based on 2 people sharing
From £100 for 2; single occupancy from £75
From £99 per night based on 2 people sharing
Superior King from £83, Classic King from £73, Premier King from £78, Twin from £78
From £75 for 2
Singles/doubles from £56/£80 B&B
Doubles from £52
Doubles & twin £80 for first night, £75 thereafter. Suite £85 first night, £80 thereafter
Doubles from €90 B&B
From £70 for 2
From £64 per night
Latest reviewed accommodation
"Coopershill, although grand and elegant, does not take itself too seriously. There is a snooker room in the basement, hats on antlers, and smiling O’Haras at every return of the spiral staircase. It’s almost as if the building has absorbed the warmth of seven generations of welcoming souls...."
Exmoor Owl & Hawk Centre
Tucked away down a rural lane near the idyllic National Trust village of Allersford, this characterful place – the main part of West Lynch Farm was built in 1456, and believed to have been the original manor of Bossington – has just two simple guest rooms imbued with the charm and style you’d expect in what’s essentially still a working farmhouse. Fly owls and other birds of prey at the raptor centre, saddle up for a horse ride on the moor, take a stroll to Porlock or along the nearby South West Coast Path, or relax with a cream tea in the bird-bustling gardens. From £70 for two.
Recorded in the Domesday Book, this flourmill is one of the few remaining working watermills in the UK. The River Axe still powers the old Victorian cogs which drive the millstones, producing flour sold throughout Somerset, and supplying various restaurants and bakeries in the region. The mill is open daily for tours (advance bookings only) or for a quiet wander around the museum. Louise and Steve also run B&B in some of the neighbouring buildings.
The nearest railway station is Wells, and the museum is just a half hour walk away from there. Also nearby is Route 3 on the National Cycle Network.
Brynawel Guest House
Delightful bedrooms at this B&B are in keeping with the Georgian surrounds: some have cast-iron fireplaces, brass bedsteads and tie-backed curtains; the downstairs room has lovely wooden panelling and shutters. A short stroll away down a leafy lane is Glyn and Corina's own restaurant, Glan yr Afon, where breakfast and dinner are served.
The Jolly Sailor
Located just a stone’s throw from Orford Quay, the Jolly Sailor Pub and Guest House has been here since the late 16th century, and was allegedly built from the timbers of a shipwreck. It now offers four lovely rooms, all recently refurbished and boasting some luxurious touches including roll top baths, Nespresso Coffee machines, DAB radios and those essential fluffy towels. The food here is a major pull for locals and tourists alike, offering delicious seasonal menus including smoked hams, handmade sausages and fresh local seafood. After breakfast you could head out to Orford Quay for some fishing or a boat trip, just chill out in the bar with the papers or enjoy some occasional live music out in the garden from sea shanties to opera.