Browse our 'Top 10 Recommendations' lists for South West England to find hotels and weekend breaks, places to visit and things to do. Ideas include museums, rainy days out, parks, galleries, views, cathedrals and railway journeys.
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Top 10 Recommended Hotels in South West England


Hotels in South West England
PictureTheUK specialises in helping people discover places to visit and things to do within the UK. As such, our 'Top 10 Recommended Hotels in South West England' list is based, primarily, upon the hotel's location. Having researched and photographed all these locations, we'd thoroughly recommend a holiday or long weekend break in these South West hotels.

Bovey Castle Aerial View

In Dartmoor National Park close to the gateway towns of Chagford and Moretonhampstead. We'd recommend walking Lustleigh Cleave and the Teign Gorge.

The Idle Rocks Hotel, St Mawes

On the The Roseland Peninsula and, in our opinion, one of Cornwall's finest locations. St Mawes Harbour, St Mawes Castle and the nearby St Anthony Head are a joy. Across the water is Falmouth.

Parade Park, Bath
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Superb location in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath. Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths on its doorstep.

The Tors Hotel, Lynmouth

Exceptional location in Exmoor National Park overlooking Lynmouth Bay.

Swan Bibury, Cirencester
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William Morris once called Bibury 'the most beautiful village in England'. Stunning location within the Cotswolds AONB.

Whatley Manor, Wiltshire
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Luxury Wiltshire hotel just outside the delightful town of Malmesbury. Again, within the Cotswolds AONB.

Fowey Hall A Luxury Family Hotel, Fowey
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Luxury hotel on the banks of one of Cornwall's most beautiful estuaries. Visit the The Eden Project.

Bournemouth Highcliff Marriott Hotel, Bournemouth
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Dorset hotel with a commanding location overlooking Bournemouth Beach.

Avon Gorge, Bristol
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Bristol City is most famous for Brunel's Clifton Suspension Bridge. This hotel provides top views of the attraction. Close by Bristol Cathedral and the Millennium Square Bristol.