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Seek out one of these gems in our Collection to celebrate the four-day Jubilee weekend. From a seashore hideaway at pretty Pagham Harbour in West Sussex and a glorious North Norfolk Coast retreat only minutes from Holkham Beach to a foodie treasure in one of the most rural parts of Wiltshire, below we've rounded up five out of 44 special spots across Britain with availability. Rooms are filling up fast for this long bank holiday weekend in June, so we suggest booking now.
You can also view all pubs-with-rooms in our Collection with Jubilee weekend availability here.
The handsome 17th-century Hoste Arms, in the leafy village of Burnham Market, has long been one of the most popular places to stay along the glorious North Norfolk Coast. Head out on long scenic walks across Holkham Beach or pay a visit to the grandiose stately home Holkham Hall before escaping to the inn's smart underground 20-seat cinema, or Beauty Spa for a restorative back massage.
After a year-long refurbishment, the doors of this 17th-century coaching inn burst open in January 2022 to reveal a stylish historic hideaway. The perfect bolthole for visiting Newbury Racecourse, the delightful cities of Oxford and Winchester, and Downton Abbey's Highclere Castle. Ramblers should make for the Berkshire Downs for endless trails and sweeping views.
Glowing antique lanterns and a huge exposed brick fireplace add rustic charm to this 18th-century former coaching inn-turned-destination-foodie-pub, tucked away in a pretty Georgian village in one of the most rural parts of Wiltshire. Dishes brim with fresh, local ingredients including venison, pheasant and partridge from nearby Fonthill Estate, plus fine cheeses and charcuterie from La Chasse in Zeals.
With a rustic French-style design, Mediterranean inspired dishes, and relaxed bistro feel, the charming Roebuck Inn feels closer to France than Cheshire's rolling countryside. Downstairs, find red and black tiled floors, stripped brick walls and leather banquettes, whilst upstairs, freestanding copper tubs and delicately beautiful glass chandeliers create a calming milieu.
Only a cockles throw from pretty Pagham Harbour in West Sussex, there's plenty of the freshest seafood on the menu at this 350-year-old pub-with-rooms. For magnificent marsh views, book Room 4 up in the eaves, or if you're seeking a little seclusion, dinky Crab Cottage is the perfect haven to relax and rejuvenate - it sleeps four.