13 Dreamy UK Hotels Under £150 A Night

Whether you’re after a midweek treat or a weekend getaway, staycations needn’t cost the earth. We’ve rounded up our favourite affordable hotels, from oceanside beach houses to countryside inns, all of which can be booked for less than £150 a night.

Hope Cove House, Devon

Hope Cove is a small, family run hotel in South Devon offering stunning views across the Inner Hope bay. Nestled between Salcombe and Thurlestone, it makes it the perfect base for those looking to explore the local area. There are ten bedrooms in total – two family rooms, two twins and six comfy doubles – all decorated in simple, coastal colourways with homey touches. Guests can enjoy use of the restaurant, bar and upper terrace complete with an outdoor kitchen, open every day from 10am. Sitting just above the beach, Hope Cove is ideal for families, too. 
From £130 A Night

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The Anchor, Walberswick

Walberswick is an SL favourite for a weekend getaway, promising peace and quiet. The Anchor is one of just two pubs in the village and is known for its traditional food with a smart twist. It also offers accommodation in the form of stylish rooms in the main building or private garden chalets, all with beautiful views across the sand dunes and River Blythe. When it comes to dining, The Anchor is Michelin-starred and loved for its fish and chips. On warm, sunny evenings, enjoy a pint of local beer and delicious meal in the large garden, knowing you’ve only got to walk a few metres to bed. 
From £110 A Night

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The Bell, Brisley, Norfolk

The Bell in Brisley is home to six cosy, en-suite garden rooms, with some opening out onto pretty courtyards. All rooms are housed in the Bell’s neighbouring barns and feature high ceilings, large windows and sumptuous soft furnishings. A traditional countryside pub, The Bell is surrounded by luscious fields but is also only a short distance from the beach, with spots like Burnham Market and Holt roughly 25 minutes away by car. All rooms feature beautiful oak beams, and some are dog friendly. 
From £135 A Night

Visit TheBrisleyBell.co.uk

The Rose, Deal

Situated in the charming chocolate box village of Deal on the South East coast, The Rose is a stylish and quirky hotel, with a romantic feel. Rooms feature an eclectic mix of vintage patterns, bold colours and kitsch fabrics, as well as luxurious touches like hallway bars filled with treats. There are also family-friendly and dog-friendly rooms available. When it comes to dining, choose a spot in the chic restaurant or pretty courtyard, which serves up a menu of British comfort food made with only the best local ingredients. If you’re just looking for an afternoon pick me up, coffee, tea and homemade cakes are served throughout the day. 
From £100 A Night

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The Village Pub At Barnsley House, Cotswolds

The Village Pub is a restaurant and hotel just across the road from Barnsley House, run by the same team but with rooms costing considerably less than those in the main house. There are two types to choose from – Smart Pub Rooms and Even Smarter Pub Rooms – which are slightly more spacious. Rooms are a mix of traditional countryside with modern touches, and all come with plush bath robes and well stocked mini pantries to ensure an indulgent stay. Guests are also treated to a Cotswold farmhouse breakfast in the morning, and can make use of the spa at Barnsley House. Don’t forget to visit the nearby, charming village of Bibury. 
From £109 A Night

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Rick Stein’s Cafe, Padstow, Cornwall

Known for his Cornish delis and restaurants, Rick Stein also offers seaside visitors accommodation. There are just three bedrooms above his eatery in the heart of Padstow, all of which are dog-friendly and have a fresh, contemporary feel. Rooms are light and airy, with blue and white soft furnishings and wooden furniture. A top-notch breakfast is served downstairs, with everything available to order from granola to a fry up. Should you be holidaying with your dog, but want to head out for an evening meal, pet sitting can also be arranged. 
From £130 A Night

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The Devonshire Arms, Beeley, The Peak District

Sitting on the Chatsworth Estate in the scenic Peak District, this traditional inn has 18 beautiful en-suite bedrooms spread across four buildings. Each room takes on a contemporary feel with pretty, feminine touches, and some feature luxurious roll top baths. Nearby, guests can explore the Monsal Trail, which provides plenty of hiking, horse-riding and biking opportunities, as well as riverside strolls. The hotel being well placed within the Peak District National Park, provides some stunning views and dog walking routes, as well as Chastworth House right on your doorstep. 
From £135 A Night

Visit DevonshireHotels.co.uk

The Sandy Duck, Cornwall

This boutique B&B sits on a hill overlooking Falmouth Bay. Once an Edwardian townhouse, the property has now been transformed into a stylish, Scandinavian style hotel with sea views. All the rooms feature handpicked antiques, as well as unique furnishings made from natural materials. The rooms offering the best view of the sea are numbers seven and eight, in prime position on the top floor. The Sandy Duck encourages guests to make themselves at home and is also dog friendly, providing dog bowls and towels on request. 
From £112 A Night

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The Rectory Hotel, Crudwell, Cotswolds 

Behind the garden walls of this hotel expect to find romantic rooms, an outdoor pool and an orangery style restaurant. Best for adults-only, rooms on the top floor have beautiful garden views, while those on the lower level feature sash windows and ancient oak beams. Enjoy a tasty breakfast in your slippers before spending a day lounging around the pool, which has an ‘honesty’ bar where guests are welcome to help themselves. In the evenings, dress up for a cocktail followed by a candlelit dinner. Dogs are also welcome, with treats provided upon request. 
From £150 A Night

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Highcliffe, Falmouth, Cornwall

This modern and contemporary hotel is a great place to stay as a family. Rooms are bright and airy, with colourful touches and comfy, soft furnishings. Choose either the large penthouse suite or one of the cosier bolt holes, all of which have high ceilings and large windows, giving you a glimpse of Falmouth town and the nearby water. Breakfast can be served three ways, either at the hotel, in your room or at Highcliffe’s eatery right on the harbour wall, serving up everything from eggs and pancakes, to granola and toasted muffins. 
From £100 A Night

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Artist Residence, Brighton

This quirky hotel offers a quiet oasis from buzzy Brighton. Characterful rooms with bohemian twists act as the perfect resting spot after a day on the beach and a night on the town, with each of the 24 rooms featuring an eclectic mix of artwork and furniture. Tiny, Small and Comfy rooms are ideal for couples looking for a romantic getaway, while the Sea View Loft and Below Deck rooms are made for larger groups. Artist Residence is also home to the Clubhouse, a great spot for brunch or, come nightfall, a cocktail. There’s also a pretty garden terrace where you can drink in the glorious sea air. 
From £110 A Night

Visit MrAndMrsSmith.com

The Pheasant Inn, Berkshire

Nestled in the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is The Pheasant Inn, a free house and hotel surrounded by luscious countryside. Bedrooms all have a relaxed feel, with plenty of home comforts to put you instantly at ease. Decor is simple yet stylish, with pops of colour and pretty fabrics giving rooms a contemporary feel. Breakfast features everything from hearty porridge to eggs royale, as well as coffee and Bloody Marys. The highlight is the build your own picnic hampers, or BBQ packs, which you can take with you to explore the sweeping hills and stunning vistas. 
From £150 A Night

Visit ThePheasant-Inn.co.uk

The Wheatsheaf Inn, Cotswolds

This old coaching inn can be found in Northleach, a market town in the Cotswolds. All bedrooms are elegant yet full of character, with exposed brickwork and original beams throughout. There are three options to choose from – Cosy, Very Good and Excellent – all of which feature luxurious touches from roll top baths to scenic garden views. While there are plenty of Cotswold eateries to choose from, the menu at The Wheatsheaf is sensational. Serving up a selection of classic pub-style comfort food, as well as a scrumptious Sunday lunch, those dining in the wildflower garden will have the opportunity to order from the wood-fire pizza menu. 
From £150 A Night

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