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Good Hotel Guide 2016 award winners
  • This quirky hotel is a restored former pub found in a quiet enclave in Pimlico, south London. The Artist Residence's stylish interiors combine a host of modern and retro fittings and the Cambridge Street Cafe is open throughout the day for those who fancy a bite to eat.  £160 - £380 room only. Breakfast from £6.50 pp.

  • This Grade I listed building used to be a hunting lodge before it was restored. The Hotel Endsleigh can be found nestled at the heart of a 100 acre country estate, on the banks of the River Tamar.  From £190 B&B

  • The Lord Crewe Arms has been carefully renovated to ensure plenty of the original features remain, including a historic priest's hole and medieval stained glass. The inn also boasts beautiful views of the surrounding moors. £160-£180 B&B

  • The Coach House is making its first appearance in the guide this year. The hotel is housed in a striking honey-stone mansion, fit with original beams and wooden shutters. The restaurant offers a delicious Mediterranean menu. £155-£220 B&B

  • This small seven bedroom hotel has been run by the same family for the past three generations and the high standards are set to continue. Hazel Bank guests can look forward to a highly praised four-course dinner as well as top-notch Cumbrian breakfasts.  £140-£156 B&B

  • A night at the Zanzibar International Hotel promises such wonders as talking showers, themed bedrooms and zany furniture. Those visiting during the summer can look forward to alfresco dining by candlelight with food from the popular Pier Nine restaurant. From £115 B&B

  • This turreted Gothic castle may be found in a remote corner of Cumbria but there's plenty to do. Augill Castle guests can enjoy spending time in the treehouses, croquet pitch and tennis courts as well as plenty of walking trails through the Pennines.  £180 - £240 B&B

  • Sitting on the edge of Dorset's beautiful Jurassic Coast, it's not surprising The Pig on the Beach has taken the title for romance. Locally sourced food and stunning views only add to the beauty of your stay. £145-£300 room only (Breakfast from £10 -£15 pp).

  • Kilmichael House is the oldest hotel on the Isle of Arran. Plenty of delicious homemade food and the chance of spending a night in a four-poster pretty much guarantees you'll want to return. £130-£205 B&B

  • This striking 18th century mansion can be found in 26 acres of gardens which boast gorgeous views of the Preseli Hills. The Grove's award-winning wine list perfectly complements the locally sourced, British food on offer in the stylish restaurant.  £190-£340 B&B.