THE WILD RABBIT, COTSWOLDS

This former pub, reimagined by the Hunter welly brigade’s commander-in-chief, Lady Carole Bamford, is our all-time favourite British bolthole. Located in the village of Kingham, its stone walls, linen armchairs and duck-egg blues are a masterclass in ˜rustic chic’. We love how quintessentially British it is – right down to the organic menu of favourites and the furniture carved from local ash trees. It’s also got lashings of charm. Where else would you find rooms named after woodland animals? At night, basket lanterns flicker and fireplaces glow transforming the place into what feels like a far-flung haven. And it’s great value, to boot (rooms cost from just £105 a night). BALLYFIN, IRELAND I DORMY HOUSE, BROADWAY, COTSWOLDS


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