The name, the Three Nuns, given in the 1600s, recalls the fact that nuns from nearby Kirklees Priory took refuge at the hostelry
when Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries in the 1530s.
The Donegal hostelry
won the award for the Great Carvery Hotel of the Year for the third year on the bounce.
They say among the most unusual pubs in Wales they have visited are Swansea's Prohibition Bar, which is said to be the most difficult to find hostelry
in the country; the Gull and Leek on Flat Holm Island to which they had to get a boat; and the Last Inn in Barmouth which has a waterfall inside.
Also in Yardley, The Red Hill Tavern, Coventry Road, is another hostelry
for auction while others include The Beer Engine at Coventry and The Saracens Head at Corley Ash.
South Garden's prestigious address Perfectly positioned to enjoy Stoneleigh privileges Pages 4-5 One name, two properties The Old Vicarages both in delightful rural settings Pages 6-7 Former farm building transformed Extra space complements the main house Pages 18-19 Tastefully refurbished lodge Gorgeous garage provides the perfect reflection Page 26 Elgar link hits the right note Country home on the edge of Spetchley Park estate Page 27 Revamp brings new life to hotel Hostelry
boasts illustrious guest list Page 37 Glimpses of the luxury life on offer Bright and spacious with bold colours Pages 38 POST PROPERTY correspondent is Alison Jones Email: alison.
SITUATED in the heart of the Cotswolds, this idyllic inn styles itself as a boutique hotel but it retains the best aspects of a more down-toearth hostelry
, from the flagstone floors and log fires to the bar's great collection of real ales.
For those who miss the programme, I'll be boring you senseless about it in a Cardiff hostelry
somewhere near you.
Salt, vinegar 'n' batter; It really doesn't matter If yer get grease on t't leather upholstery; I'll swap it for another Wi'out a bit of bother, While I take my seat In t' local hostelry
Alex is also sorely disappointed by the hotel's buffet breakfast, which she feels is the last chance a hostelry
has to leave the customer with a good impression.
First of all, could the Feathers Hostelry
, at Llanystumdwy, survive without the custom of the so-called invaders from the other side of Offa's Dyke?
Shortly after Bob took the pub over he had the misfortune of certain "ne'er do wells" frequenting this village hostelry
(not from Lazenby by the way) and through this he lost a lot of the village custom.
Phil Jones, a tattoo artist who runs the hostelry
in Tanhouse Farm Road, said of the unusual venture: "It seems to be proving very popular with the punters.