The UK's best country pubs with rooms

Nothing screams British like a country pub with rooms. These small tavernas welcome you with open arms, a roaring fire, cold brew and delicious fresh food.

In the pitch-dark Wiltshire valley, the Beckford Arms is a sight for road-weary eyes: an 18th-century pub covered in ivy, with rooms.

The Beckford Arms, Salisbury

With The Kingham Plow and The Wild Rabbit just down the road, we have quite a few pubs-in-rooms in this ridiculously photogenic part of the Cotswolds.

The Fox at Oddington, Cotswolds

Hard to think of a more Cotswoldy name, isn't it? Midsummer fields with bees buzzing over the aga attract village antiques and tea.

Wild Thyme & Honey

A 17th-century coaching inn embraces its traditional horse racing and hunting traditions with a nudge and a wink.

Hare & Hounds, Newbury

Originally renovated in 2019, Bell & Crown not only survived the pandemic, but thrived. It is located in Zeals.

The Bell and Crown, Zeals

It's easy to see this 17th-century wisteria-clad coaching inn, its candy-striped canopy, a beacon of charming Soho House-style.

The Double Red Duke, The Cotswolds

The sign that hangs outside this Windsor address has no castle or crown, but the words 'Sustainable British Luxury.

The Loch & The Tyne, Windsor

On the edge of Old Town - seconds from the beach, Turner Contemporary and must-try restaurants.

The George & Heart House, Margate

Wiltshire's smartest New Country Inn, located in the tiny village of Madden Bradley, part of the Duke of Somerset's estate.

The Bradley Hare, Maiden Bradley

The High Street is home to indie stores, such as Arran, the hip bakery of The Great British Bake Off semi-finalist Flora Shedden.

The Taybank, Perthshire

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