Accommodation

Here's a selection of pubs with decent rooms to stay
Brook Green Hotel, London
This one's proved to be a safe bet over the years, managing to exist as a popular Young's house whilst the nearby pubs in Brook Green evolved into gastropubs. However, this one's now received its Young's upgrade and the result is akin to many of the other Young's refits we've had over the last...
The Black Lion, London
This pub can't quite seem to find its niche. There's no doubting its beauty, the elegant gold decorations on the ceiling and original wooden features are lovely. And the recent facelift of novelty items in the windows and new furniture really lift the place. However, something is missing on the...
The Charles Cotton, Hartington
Named after Issak Walton's fishing chum, this 18th century establishment is the sort of old fashioned village inn that, through economic necessity is forced to be as many things to as many people as possible. Without the hotel guests - walkers, anglers (well of course) and the other types you'd...
Guy Fawkes Inn, York
Some might describe the Guy Fawkes Inn as a tourist trap, but if all tourist traps were as elegant and authentic as this, we'd be happy reviewers. Sitting in the shadow of York Minster, this ancient property is the birthplace of Guy Fawkes, hence the name. Rather than fill the place with...
George Hotel, Ashford
Apparently Ashford's oldest inn, being in the region of 500 years old (at least according to the official web site), the George Hotel is a handsome building slap bang in the town centre. The web site also proclaims that "it has been suggested that the amazing oak beams which form the structure of...