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The West Arms

16 Characterful Bedrooms

Each characterful bedroom has been furnished in its own unique style and plays tribute to the hotel’s fascinating history.

Rooms are located either in the original 16th century part of the Inn or to the rear of the hotel with wonderful views of the Berwyn Mountains or the garden.

Guests can choose from a selection of Classic or King Valley rooms or upgrade to a Character room or larger Suite on those special occasions.

Offering a blend of traditional comfort and warmth with all the facilities you’d expect rooms benefit from en-suite bathrooms, soft and fluffy bath sheets, refreshment trays with a selection of tea and coffee, telephone, hair dryer, flat-screen TVs, central heating and complimentary Wi-Fi.

4* Northumberland Retreat

Stay at the newly refurbished 4* Derwent Manor Hotel BW Premier Collection, ideally located in the stunning Northumberland countryside and enjoy beautifully cooked food, a friendly service and endless possibilities to explore the North East of England.

What’s included?

  • A delicious dinner in the newly refurbished Prego Restaurant (worth £22pp)
  • A bottle of wine in your room on arrival (worth £16)
  • Overnight 4* accommodation at the Derwent Manor Hotel BW Premier Collection
  • Full English breakfast in the morning

At a glance

  • The hotel is ideally located for those who want to explore everything Northumberland and the North East has to offer. Vibrant places such as Durham, Newcastle or the Roman Construction, Hadrian’s Wall are all within short driving distance from the hotel.
  • For those who love walking, the hotel makes the perfect base to uncover the beauty of the North Pennines, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

5 Year Barnsdale Lifestyle Retreat

So much to enjoy on a Barnsdale Waterside Break
A Barnsdale Waterside Break is the perfect option for those who understand the importance of holidays, leisure and family time together.

Located in the heart of Rutland, the UK’s smallest county, Barnsdale Hall Hotel sits proudly overlooking wonderful Rutland Water. A former hunting lodge, Barnsdale Hall Hotel today offers a wide variety of hotel, lodge and apartment holiday accommodation, extensive ESPA spa and leisure club facilities, restaurant and bar, comprehensive conference services and wedding packages.

Combining stunning self-catering holiday accommodation, leisure centre access along with spa, restaurant, bar and hotel, a Barnsdale Waterside Break is perfect for you and the whole family.

Accessible Log Cabins

With all the comforts of home and a wide range of specialist equipment you can relax in our peaceful surroundings and take time out to watch the wildlife. For the more adventurous why not hire the Boma 7 off-road wheelchair to explore local trails?

Sleeping up to four guests each lodge has an accessible wheel in shower room and a luxurious family bathroom. There is plenty of space for wheelchair users, and the log cabins are dog friendly with some wonderful walks from the door.

Owners David and Felicity Brown live on site and are on hand to help.

Amber Cottage

Amber Cottage has real wow factor with double height lounge, huge windows and oak beams. Planned for people who have mobility problems and need a wheelchair some of the time. The space is generous, the doors wide and the floors level. There is a gentle slope from the car park and low threshold.

The large ground floor bedroom can be a super king or twin beds. There is a door through to the wet room which has room for a helper.

The lounge is spacious with an open plan staircase to the mezzanine with twin beds.

The kitchen is easily accessed through an archway. Amber and Topaz can be booked together.

Anglesey Walking Holiday Packages

Depending on your experience and level of fitness, you can choose a package that totally suits you. Usually, it takes between 9 and 13 days to walk the whole 128 mile Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path. Some customers have actually completed the whole path in 6 days and they are currently our record holders.

If none of the packages listed on our website suit you, just tell us what you’re looking for and we can offer you a tailor-made package. These can incorporate days off for relaxing in certain areas, or even a day trip to Dublin (Ireland).

Anglesey Walking Holidays – Glyndŵr’s Way

The Glyndŵr’s Way is a 135 mile (209km) horseshoe shaped National Trail starting at Knighton, on the Border of England and Wales. The trail crosses west through the Radnoshire Hills through market towns and farmland ending at Welshpool in the heart of Mid Wales.

Owain Glyndŵr (c. 1349 or 1359 – c. 1415) was a Welsh ruler and the last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales (Tywysog Cymru). He instigated a fierce and long-running but ultimately unsuccessful revolt against Henry IV of England. No one knows exactly when or where Owain died. But he acquired a mythical status as the hero awaiting the call to return and liberate his people.

Anglesey Walking Holidays – North Wales Path

The North Wales Path is a long-distance trail extending for 60 miles (97km) from Prestatyn to Bangor. This select package covers the best part of the North Wales Path in our opinion, covering the route from Llandudno to Bangor – approx. 30 miles.

The route initially follows the Wales Coast Path along the coastline, but diverts to higher ground between Conwy and Bangor with magnificent views across to Anglesey and Snowdonia.

Anglesey Walking Holidays – Wales Coast Path Meirionnydd

Situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park this 70 mile/113 km shorter section of the Wales Coast Path takes you from the harbour town of Porthmadog, with its maritime history, down to Cardigan Bay ending at Machynlleth in mid Wales. It is possible to link to Glyndŵr’s Way at Machynlleth.

A truly coastal section, especially from Harlech and its fine medieval castle, this walk takes in vast and expansive beaches, but also offers interesting coastal plains, some hilly sections and challenging woodland, where some of Snowdonia’s finest peaks come into view.  The walk ends at the historic market town of Machynlleth.

Anglesey Walking Holidays – Walking for Softies

This is an ideal walking tour for those who prefer to walk shorter distances, having plenty of time to stand and stare at Anglesey’s spectacular coastline and historical sites.

With this package there is no rush, take everything in its stride, stop in lovely beauty spots for your packed lunches and maybe treat yourself to a nice afternoon tea at the end of the walk.

Barnsdale Hall Hotel Hair and Beauty

Essential Beauty
From manicures and pedicures to waxing, tanning and make-up you will find a treatment to suit you at Barnsdale Hall Hotel Hair and Beauty.

After a scenic TOG walk around Rutland Water you’ll really appreciate time out in the Beauty Salon. Here’s a taster of a few of the pampering services available:

Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage is based on both traditional and Indian techniques using a variety of massage movements. This is a totally non-invasive treatment and can be performed over clients’ clothes. Includes the face, scalp, neck, shoulders and upper back.

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Bedrooms

We are a country Inn with 28 rooms, all of which are individually styled and full of character, from our sumptuous Forest rooms to our cosy Snugs, each seamlessly blend the quirky corners and traditional features with a modern country-themed design, so no two rooms are the same.

All our bedrooms are luxuriously dressed with crisp white linen, plumped up pillows and dreamy beds to give you the perfect night’s slumber, gift-wrapped in the peace and tranquillity of the surrounding woodland, making it a very unique place to stay in the New Forest.

Black Sheep Wheelchair Accessible Room

You will be sure of a comfortable stay in this stylish period ground floor room which has a contemporary twist. It boasts a beautiful solid oak floor, imposing king sized bed .

‘Black Sheep’ benefits from ”wet room style” ensuite with power shower and is wheelchair accessible. Rate includes Breakfast. Dog Friendly.

Bluebell (sleeps 2)

A small yet cosy first-floor cottage with an open plan kitchen, sitting room and dining room. Bluebell contains a double bedroom and en-suite shower room.

It is ideal for a couple or a single person looking for a week or short break away from the bustle of modern life. The cottage has a window view over the courtyard.

Occupancy: Maximum 2 adults – no children or babies
Dogs: 1 small/medium dog (to be used as a guide only – please contact us regarding individual requirements)

Braeburn CaravanBraeburn Caravan

Braeburn (sleeps 4-6)

Braeburn Caravan is situated in its own garden with views overlooking the fields. Fully equipped with Central Heating and Double Glazing throughout.

Facilities include King Sized Bedroom, Twin Bedroom (can be Double if required) Fully fitted Kitchen with Built In Larder Fridge Freezer, full size Gas Hob and Oven.

The spacious Lounge has a convertible Double Bed Settee.

Bathroom with Shower, Wash Basin and WC. Free WiFi available

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Brakspear Pubs

The Brakspear family have been running pubs for over 200 years so they certainly know there stuff. in 1711, William Henry Brakspear bought a brewery in Henley on Thames and 50 years later Brakspear bitter was born when 19 year old Robert became landlord of the Cross Keys and moved to a bigger brewery. By 1812, Robert and his sons had 34 pub leases. The company was then known as W. H. Brakspear when William Henry, Robert’s second son joined the company.

After being acquired by J. T. Davies in 2007, more recently, Brakspear were back to brewing in Henley again in 2013. With such an extensive history in brewing and running pubs, we are certain you’re in the very best of hands at any Brakspear pub!