Best restaurants with rooms in the UK

Best UK restaurants with rooms

The Cornish Arms, St Merryn, Cornwall

Rick Stein’s polished rural gastropub has everything you need: St Austell Brewery ales (try the Proper Job), roaring fires, wood-fired pizza in the garden in summer and cracking Sunday roasts year round. After enjoying pub classics such as sausage and mash, or ham, egg and chips, guests can toddle off to the pub’s wooden shepherd’s huts (ensuite with kitchenettes) to luxuriate in underfloor heating and Porthdune skincare products.

A wooden shepherd’s hut including two decking chairs and table with a bottle of wine

Holm, South Petherton, Somerset

With its raw plaster walls, Scandi design and plates of torched mackerel, turnip and buttermilk, or baked celeriac, truffle and hazelnut, Holm brings big city cool to rural Somerset. Just as the kitchen relies on A1 West Country produce (Alford Farm pork, Exmoor venison), its seven handsome bedrooms have been dressed with furniture, bespoke oak headboards and art from local artist-makers and vintage specialists.

A room at restaurant Holm, featuring art from local artist-makers and vintage specialists, raw plaster walls and Scandi-adjacent design

La Fosse, Cranborne, Dorset

Work up an appetite walking in the New Forest or Jurassic Coast before retiring to this intimate restaurant with rooms. Chef Mark Hartstone’s cooking deploys prime local produce (including his own allotment harvests) in beautiful plates of, say, hake, lobster and shellfish broth, samphire and champ, or duck, caramelised salsify, artichoke, cherry gravy and greens. La Fosse’s bedrooms, named after Dorset cheeses, smoothly blend modern design with the building’s period charm.

The cosy interior at La Fosse, featuring exposed brick fireplace and sinkable leather chairs

The Crown @ Wild Thyme & Honey, near Cirencester, Gloucestershire

This Cotswolds pub with rooms is a special find. Sat by a gurgling brook in tiny, idyllic Ampney Crucis, its 24 bedrooms – think natural materials, muted palettes, handsome fabrics – offer serious contemporary chic. The Crown pub, is a cosy nook you’ll happily sink into after a country walk. The kitchen gives classics such as the prawn cocktail or cheddar soufflé a 21st-century makeover, and there are mains to warm the soul, such as braised venison cottage pie or pork belly with potato terrine, smoked pumpkin purée, black pudding crumb and madeira chicken jus.

The Crown Dec 2021, pub, restaurant, venue, rooms, Cirencester

Smoke, Hampton Manor, Warwickshire

As well as its 15 gorgeous manor house bedrooms (one of three places to stay on site), this 45-acre estate includes a walled kitchen garden, around which you’ll find an artisan bakery, Michelin-starred Grace & Savour and chef Stuart Deeley’s hip, laid-back Smoke. Dishes of Megrim sole with brown shrimps and seaweed butter sauce, or a sharing Hereford côte de boeuf with béarnaise sauce, demonstrate the kitchen’s live-fire cooking skills.

A group of diners laughing with the chef, sat around a large wooden table.

The Corner House, Canterbury, Kent

Smart, crisp and comfortable, chef Matt Sworder’s Corner House is easy to love. Fine regional produce is skilfully deployed across a broadly modern British menu of dishes like venison and mushroom suet pudding with mash, kale and red wine jus, or sharing lamb shoulder, dauphinoise potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Five characterful, individually designed bedrooms seal the deal. The romantic attic room includes a freestanding bath, too.

One of the attic rooms at The Corner House, featuring red tartan throws, navy walls and wooden beams

The White Horse, Graffham, West Sussex

Nestled in the South Downs National Park, the Horse has six smart, comfortable bedrooms in its grounds. Leading the kitchen is chef Grant Jones, who honed his skills at Le Gavroche. Excellent Sussex produce underpins daily changing menus, which might include dishes such as roasted guinea fowl, sprout tops, potatoes and wild mushrooms, or lamb rack with braised hunter’s pie and squash purée.

The Buxton, London

Part of the sustainably focussed Culpeper Family Hospitality Group, this Brick Lane pub includes 15 funky, modish rooms, decorated with east London art and fabrics by local weavers. Guests can enjoy the rooftop kitchen garden and, in the pub, on-point sharing plates of cheese croquettes with black garlic or duck breast and chanterelles.

One of the funky, modish rooms at The Buxton, decorated with east London art and fabrics by local weavers

The Cartford Inn, Little Eccleston, Lancashire

This buzzy, fashionably styled pub by the River Wyre has two upscale log cabins and 12 incredible bedrooms available for overnighters, plus its own deli and homewares store. Chef Chris Bury’s menus include occasional French flourishes, but generally tack between accomplished pub tuck (say, braised oxtail and beef suet pudding) and on-trend dishes such as beef short rib, artichoke purée and beer-braised Roscoff onion.

An upscale log cabins at the Cartforf Inn including fluffy rugs and vibrant furnishings

The Dipping Lugger, Ullapool, Wester Ross

Three luxurious bedrooms (with freestanding baths, striking Morris & Co wallpapers), command views across Loch Broom. In the 18-cover restaurant, chef David Smith creates ambitious tasting menus from Scotland’s abundant larder. Dishes might include beef fillet, beetroot and horseradish, or gin-cured halibut with caviar, baby cauliflower and fennel crackerbread.

A window with views across Loch Broom

The Boot, Barnsley, Gloucestershire

Operated by the hospitality wing of a furniture and interior design business, The Boot, which has six bedrooms, is a natty space full of interesting art and antiques. Chef John Jewell uses high-quality regional produce, including vegetables from neighbouring Barnsley House, to create elevated pub classics and dishes such as his Montgomery cheddar soufflé or Bathurst Estate venison, potato gratin, red cabbage and mushroom sauce. Suitably, given the Boot’s 17th-century origins, beer is served in bespoke pewter tankards.

A 17th-century public house in the Cotswold village of Barnsley

Meadowsweet, Holt, Norfolk

This Grade II listed Georgian property is a tastefully contemporary space, with three swish bedrooms sitting above its Michelin-starred restaurant. Like those rooms, chef Greg Anderson’s dishes of wild turbot and vin jaune or truffle-stuffed guinea fowl, are all elegantly modern.

A stylish room available at Meadowsweet, featuring wooden beams, a low level bed and navy sofa

Jöro, Sheffield

Close to Krynkl – the shipping container development where Jöro serves its creative dishes of scallop, grilled cucumber, mint and tiger’s milk, or halibut, sauce vin jaune, walnuts and mussels escabeche – the restaurant also operates House of Jöro, a boutique four-bedroom property. Guests can stay B&B, fold in a meal at Jöro or, for the ultimate in private dining, take over the whole house and enjoy an eight-course tasting menu cooked by chef-director Luke French. Note: in spring, Jöro will move to Oughtibridge Mill on Sheffield’s outskirts, opening seven bedrooms on-site. House of Jöro will continue to accommodate guests, with sister brand, Konjö, moving into Krynkl.

The private dining offering at Jöro, where guests can enjoy an eight-course tasting menu cooked by chef-director Luke French

Arms Cottage @ The Bridge Arms, Bridge, Kent

Chefs Dan and Natasha Smith run two Michelin-starred pubs, the Fordwich Arms and the charcoal-grilling-focussed Bridge. Neighbouring the Bridge, they also have a 15th-century cottage available for stays. Relax there before enjoying immaculate grilled scallops with smoked butter sauce, a sharing Hereford beef rib or whole Dover sole.

A room in a 15th-century cottage with ceiling beams with wooden furnishings

The Suffolk, Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Be it colour palettes and decorative touches inspired by the Suffolk countryside or a guest pantry where you can pour yourself a complimentary cocktail, every detail of this six-bedroom property has been carefully considered. Enjoy the rooftop sea-view terrace, then head down to Sur-Mer restaurant, where chef Tom Payne makes impressive use of Suffolk produce, such as Gressingham duck or Dingley Dell pork. From Butley Creek oysters to lemon sole in Pernod garlic butter, seafood is prominent.

One of the rooms at The Suffolk offering calming sea views

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