Last-minute Easter weekend availability

From a historic Teesdale treasure in County Durham to a lovingly restored hideaway in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and a stylish pub-with-rooms in the hilltop market town of Shaftesbury, we've rounded up five out of 27 special spots with last-minute availability over the four-day Easter weekend.

You can also view all 27 pubs-with-rooms in our Collection with Easter weekend availability here.


One of the oldest pubs-with-rooms in postcard pretty Shaftesbury - a north Dorset hilltop market town steeped in Saxon history and filled to the brim with bakeries, cool galleries, bookstores and antique shops. Inside, find rich fabrics and funky tiles splashed throughout the bedrooms but we suggest booking into Cranborne Suite for its freestanding bathtub and huge walk-in shower.


Find this foodie pub-with-rooms set beside St Mildred's church on the buzzing High Street of picturesque Tenterden. Inside, wonky walls and heritage hues add to the higgledy-piggledy charm while outside, seek solace in the Secret Garden out back. Dishes make sound use of the rich larder on their doorstep - Jake's beer battered fish and chips is a local's favourite.


In the peaceful Teesdale village of Romaldkirk, next to the 12th-century church of St Romald, find glowing antique lanterns, exposed brick walls and leafy window views at the creeper-covered Rose and Crown. Head out on long country walks taking the Teesdale Way across fields and moorland, plus pay a visit to the spectacular High Force Waterfall, Eggleston Hall Gardens and Barnard Castle, all nearby.


At the foot of the mystical Howgill Fells in Yorkshire Dales National Park, find Cumbria's most lovingly restored place to bed down. Escape to The Black Swan for strolls amidst valleys and moors and to dine on seasonal dishes that use ingredients from Cumbria's best producers: pheasant from High Helbeck shoots, cuts of meat from Lakes Speciality Food and fresh fish from Neves of Fleetwood.


Down winding country lanes close to the unspoilt Somerset Levels - a distinctive patchwork landscape steeped in history and brimming with wildlife - this Grade II listed former Victorian hunting lodge has been drawing in travellers for over 15 years. Downstairs, find deep blue and aubergine coloured walls dotted with witty portraits, whilst upstairs, soft mellow tones and potted plants keep things calm and cool.⁣