Where to venture this Father’s Day

Stay in your Dad’s good books with these fantastic Father’s Day celebrations

Located in Norton, close to the beautiful Severn Valley, The Hundred House is the ideal base for exploring Shropshire’s wonderful attractions, including the Ironbridge Gorge Museums and Shropshire’s famous Severn Valley Railway. In true Father’s Day spirt, why not take a trip to The Cider Museum for a fantastic afternoon activity, sitting just a 10 minute walk from the Inn’s doorstep. With interactive tours, cider-making festivals and year-round events, there is something for everyone.   

Continuing with the theme; Bishops Castle has an enviable reputation for brewing some of the best real ale and beer in the country, and is the place to be this Father’s Day. Located just across the square from the oldest licenced Brewery in the country, The Castle Hotel offers exclusive brewery tours at both The Three Tuns and the Six Bells for guests. Soak up the smell of freshly malting hops whilst discovering the history of the some of the most iconic Brewery’s in the country.

The Peacock at Rowsley is famed for its seven miles of fly fishing on the Rivers Wye and Derwent offering fishing for rare wild rainbow trout and a unique strain of brown trout. With a selection of day and overnight packages available, enjoy a relaxing Father’s Day celebration at the small luxury hotel and make the most of its stunning location.

Alternatively, delight in a chilled out lunch at The King’s Head Inn, Blendington before spending the afternoon whizzing round a racetrack! This 16th Century Inn is the epitome of a rural retreat and not the most the obvious place to enjoy an adrenalin-fuelled experience, but thanks to Rally Driving Days you can now satisfy your need for speed. Celebrate Father’s Day behind the wheel of a Ferrari 360, rallying in a Subaru Impreza WRX STI or tackling seemingly impossible terrain in a specially built Landrover Discovery.          

If fast and furious isn’t quite your scene, head to Castle House Hotel and indulge in fine dining experience like no other. Whether you eat à la carte in the Restaurant or have a light lunch in the Ballingham Bistro, your taste buds will be undoubtedly tantalised with the seasonally-changing menus created by innovative and skilful kitchen team. Located in Herefordshire, this charming boutique hotel provides the picturesque background for a Father’s Day celebration.

Situated just a few minutes’ walk from the golden sands of Holkham Beach, The Victoria Inn is the ideal spot for exploring the coastline and the picturesque seaside villages of the north Norfolk coast. Renowned for its simple yet elegant style of cooking, enjoy a delicious meal at the bustling Victoria Inn restaurant after an afternoons stroll along the breath-taking and vast beach.

Perched above the Pevensey Levels next to the stunning village church, The Lamb Inn is a 16th Century former coaching Inn which exudes character and charm. Welcoming both locals and travellers, the convivial atmosphere is enough to make any visit here a memorable one. Located only a few short miles from the Inn, the beautiful Gardens and Grounds of Herstmonceux Castle provide a wonderful afternoon activity – ideal for a family friendly Father’s Day.

With over a dozen golf courses within a 20 minute drive from The Bell Inn, why not treat your Dad to a round of golf… after all there is nothing wrong with a little friendly competition. Over 100 years old and hosts to the Open Championship qualifiers, Orsett Golf Club is extremely popular among locals and guests alike. Renowned for its welcoming atmosphere, great food and good drink – enjoy a delicious meal in a relaxed setting at the Bell Inn, perfect after an exhausting 18 holes of golf. 


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