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UK books: Accommodation Guides
A marvellous Sawday selection - pubs and inns of all shapes and sizes with something special: authenticity, atmosphere, good looks. From coastal haunts with flagged floors and ancient settles to pubs with swish open kitchens and a city buzz. Many have great food and rooms, too.
Publication: April 30, 2004
This pocket sized guide details 500 carefully selected caravan and camping sites, annually inspected by the AA and graded for quality and range of facilities. The guide offers great value for money with sites throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Entries are arranged alphabetically within the county and there is a quality percentage score to help differentiate between parks of the same pennant rating. There are approximately two entries per page with additional information including clear directions, with a six figure National Grid map reference, prices and opening times.
Publication: March 15, 2005
A new edition of this best-selling guide, detailing over 1,000 annually inspected caravan and camping parks throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Each site is annually inspected by the AA and graded with the renowned AA Pennant Scheme for quality and range of facilities.
Publication: December 31, 2004
Plan your perfect holiday or break with this practical guide from the AA for families with children of all ages. This is the only 'family friendly' guide to inspect the accommodation featured with over 1,700 AA recommended hotels, restaurants, pubs and B&Bs throughout the UK. Including a wide range of establishments from cosy guesthouses and luxury hotels to country pubs and well-known restaurants, each with up-to-date details of room prices, payment methods, leisure and facilities. Easy to use four coloured symbols show whether babies are welcome; if there are age restrictions; whether family rooms are available and if a children's menu or portions are offered. There are special facilities highlighted including details of play areas, bottle warming, highchairs, family rooms, games consoles, videos, and entertainment. Contact details, including e-mail addresses, make booking easy and there is also a colour location atlas with each establishment pinpointed.
Publication: March 15, 2005
A new edition of Britain's best-selling hotel guide featuring over 4,000 hotels in Britain and Ireland. Each hotel has been professionally inspected and graded with one to five stars, with AA red stars highlighting the top 200 hotels. Descriptions in the guide are based on reports of the AA's full-time inspectors, so you can book your stay with confidence,
Publication: 27 Sep 2012
Self catering holidays for freedom of choice and economy, contains information on cottages, farms, apartments, chalets, caravans and camping holidays. It has been the leading title for over 30 years.
It gives you the opportunity to book direct, when and where you want and contains over 1000 choices of where to stay throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Publication: 15 Dec 2005
For the first time, this new guide lists over 2200 pubs and inns in the British Isles that offer accommodation. Extensively researched and clearly presented, the guide lists on a country-by-country basis those pubs offering accommodation, the type of accommodation, an approximate cost, booking details and full address, telephone and fax numbers and e-mail addresses. Selected entries also include photographs of the pub. Along with more detailed information concerning accommodation, access, restaurants and web addresses. Only about 8 per cent of British pubs offer accommodation, so finding a good one can be difficult. Most pubs charge less than chain hotels or travel lodges for often superior accommodation, but finding a pub in the right location has been difficult -- until now. The guide lists establishments that offer accommodation both in towns and cities and in the heart of the countryside. The guide includes a unique and comprehensive listing of local and national breweries, with over 1600 listed with full contact details. All entries have been thoroughly checked for accuracy by the guide's editors.
Publication: November 1, 2003
The Good Hotel Guide has ensured many a good night's sleep over the last 27 years. It provides honest, unbiased advice to thousands of people looking for the perfect hotel or B&B. Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend break, a lazy beach holiday or an exciting city stopover, this guide promises to find you the best possible place to stay. Entries are compiled using reader reports and anonymous inspections. It does not accept payment or advertising from hotels, so it has become a byword for excellence in the field of hotel reporting. This is the perfect guide for people who care where they stay. It includes small, large, new, old and unusual hotels and B&Bs. The criteria are quality, character and value for money. Annually updated and rewritten The Good Hotel Guide is renowned for its integrity and accuracy. Furthermore the discount vouchers mean that by buying the book, you will be saving money.
Publication: 7 Oct 2013
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