Best Restaurants With Rooms
Dine on gourmet dishes and enjoy fine wine before retiring to your room for the night at these stylish restaurants with rooms around the country. Next day – enjoy a full English and go exploring.
We’ve selected some of the UK’s best restaurants with rooms, perfect for your next gourmet getaway. With hotel rates provided by our Booking Partners, you can check availability and book.
Langho, Lancashire, England
In rural Lancashire, on the edge of the Ribble Valley, is Langho, a smart and sophisticated Michelin-starred restaurant with rooms. Chef-patron, Nigel Haworth, trained in Switzerland before taking over the restaurant 32 years ago. As a Lancashire lad, he’s stayed true to his roots cooking traditional dishes such as lamb hotpot but giving them a modern twist. Enhance your dining experience with an overnight stay in one of its luxurious and contemporary rooms or a do course at Northcote’s cookery school.
Rooms from £230 per night
Narbeth, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Inside, luxurious bedrooms some with four-poster beds, cast iron baths and silk curtains. Outside, a classically gorgeous 18th-century country house surrounded by meadows. The Grove is surely one of the prettiest hotels in Wales. It sits in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside overlooking Narbeth and the Preseli Mountains. Privately-owned, this restaurant with rooms has won National awards as the ‘Best place to eat and stay in Wales’. Dine on Tasting Menu dishes such as sirloin of Welsh beef with Madeira sauce or go à la carte.
Rooms from £190 per night
Broadway, The Cotswolds, England
Modern British food, bathrooms with enormous tubs and boutique bedrooms decorated with contemporary art and period features. You’ll find Russell’s restaurant with rooms in the idyllic Cotswold village of Broadway, with its quaint shops and village green. So pretty, it’s a regular backdrop to period dramas. Local produce, including Vale of Evesham asparagus, features in the award-winning restaurant where both prix fixe and a la carte menus are on offer.
Rooms from £120 a night.
Kentisbury, Devon, England
This elegantly restored Victorian country house is nestled in the heart of the north Devon countryside. It’s the new venture from two-Michelin starred chef, Michael Caines. In 2016, he left Devon’s top restaurant Gidleigh Park, after 21 years at the helm. The hotel’s Coach House restaurant is an affordable way of experiencing his style of cooking although Michael is rarely in the kitchen himself. Rooms are bold and glitzy.
Rooms from £125 a night.
Pwllheli, Lyn Penninsula, North Wales
This award-winning country house restaurant with rooms sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just 30 minutes’ drive from Snowdonia National Park. The North Wales Coastal Path is under a mile away so it’s an ideal weekend bolthole if you love both walking and fine dining. Hang up your boots after a day exploring and relax with Afternoon Tea on the pretty wisteria-clad verandah. Read our Expert Review of Plas Bodegroes.
Rooms from £99 a night.
Tuddenham, Suffolk, England
This converted and refurbished 18th century watermill offers chic, elegant and stylish accommodation. The setting? An idyllic 12-acres of countryside near Newmarket and Cambridge. You can admire the old workings of the mill in the bar as you sip your G&T. The restaurant has exposed beams but a contemporary feel. For a change of scene, don’t miss visiting Wyken Vineyard in nearby Bury St Edmunds where you can lunch in the Leaping Hare restaurant.
Rooms from £115 a night.
Folkestone, Kent, England
Rocksalt is Mark Sargeant’s waterside restaurant and bar in Folkestone where every table has a harbour view thanks to a wrap around floor-to-ceiling glass wall. On the menu, fish caught that day by local fishermen and seasonal Kentish produce. Just a short walk away, overlooking the harbour, are 4 boutique rooms situated in the upper floors of a newly renovated house. Rocksalt Rooms are loft-style with bare red-brick walls, wet rooms and original antique beds.
Rooms from £100 a night.
The Airds Hotel
Port Appin, Argyll, West Coast, Scotland
Follow the west coast on the Scottish Seafood Trail and make sure you stay the night here. The Airds Hotel and Restaurant is a converted ferry inn, now an elegant boutique hotel. Bedrooms are furnished with pretty wallpapers and beautiful antiques. Most rooms have stunning views of Loch Linnhe with the Morvern mountains behind. In the three AA rosette restaurant, dine on pan-seared scallops, Mull crab and Inverawe smoked salmon. The coastal town of Oban, with its famous whisky distillery, is 19 miles away.
Rooms from £215 a night.
Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Trefloyne Manor offers guests a peaceful retreat in the heart of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Family-run and with a relaxed friendly vibe. The beaches and the lively coastal town of Tenby are just 5 minutes’ drive away. Trefloyne is popular too for golfing breaks as it overlooks an 18-hole golf course. Dine in the Orangery restaurant and order local seafood from the Specials menu.
Rooms from £100 a night.
Castle Cottage Harlech
Harlech, North Wales
Tucked away behind the ramparts of Harlech Castle is Castle Cottage, a luxury 5 star restaurant with rooms by the sea. It offers a warm welcome, award-winning food and friendly hospitality. Local Welsh produce is the star of the show. With Harlech beach for walks and Snowdonia nearby, there’s much to do in the surrounding area. Read our Expert Review of Castle Cottage Harlech.
Rooms from £135 a night.
Old Downton Lodge
Near Ludlow, Shropshire
Deep in the heart of rural Shropshire, down ancient pheasant-filled lanes, you’ll find Old Downton Lodge, an idyllic 13th Century country hotel. With its tasting menu and proximity to the foodie town of Ludlow, it’s an ideal place for a gourmet getaway. Come in September to experience Ludlow Food Festival or August to take part in the MagnaLonga tasting walk. Read our Expert Review of Old Downton Lodge.
Great for: Ludlow Food Festival
Rooms from £125 a night.