The UK's Best Pubs With Rooms

Forget the white sands of a desert island or the rain forest's tropics, we're all about a staycation. And where could be more quintessentially British than a pub with rooms. From cuddling up by the fire in the depths of winter to sitting in beer gardens come summer, these country retreats have got charm, cracking grub - and plenty of booze onsite. Check out our list of the UK's best pubs with rooms and spend your next weekend break in style.

Last updated on 13th March 2023

Dorset: Fisherman's Haunt

Every country retreat needs an equally as gorgeous sleep; step up Fisherman's Haunt in Dorset. Once you're done traipsing around nearby Christchurch and Bournemouth, head to this quaint inn to find acres of rolling hills, cosy rooms, and a huge breakfast offering.

Hindon: The Lamb

If you like oodles of history with your UK staycation, then The Lamb in Hindon should keep you entertained. Said to be a public house since the 12th century, the boozer now has 18 boutique bedrooms - all decorated individually (though we love the huge four-poster beds). And when you're not snoozing, make sure to check out the legendary Sunday roast.

Oxford: Head of the River

With its constellation-themed rooms and views over the River Isis, Head of the River makes for a perfect Oxford hideaway. The pub with accommodation also features a large beer garden and is only a few minutes' walk from the city centre - making it perfect for exploring the gorgeous UK staycation destination.

Wendover: Bel & The Dragon

As well as only being a short drive outside of London, Red Lion Hotel in Wendover is also great for a winter break, with a long list of British and seasonal dishes. Once you're done feasting on the likes of fish and chips and steaks, head up to one of the bedrooms of this former coaching inn for a simple but cosy stay.

New Forest: Pilgrim Inn

UK Pub accommodation doesn't come much cuter than Pilgrim Inn, the thatched roof stay on the edge of the New Forest. Interiors are just as 'grammable, think lots of dark wood, four-poster beds, and oak beams running across the ceiling.

Staines: Swan Hotel

Staines might not strike you as the first place to take a weekend break in the UK, but Swan Hotel is worth casting those doubts aside. Sat on the banks of the Thames, the 16th Century pub mixes traditional charm with modern touches, from open fireplaces in the downstairs dining area to free standing bath tubs in the bright rooms.