Stay Here Is Different

We understand that not everyone knows what type of accommodation they want when they decide to visit an area. 

Most sites offer self catering, or bed and breakfast, or hotels.  Few offer you the choice.

Stay Here offers you all three.  You know where in the country you want to stay, we offer you the choice of accommodation types.

Stay Here Is A Network Of Local Accommodation Websites

Each site has hotels, B&B and self catering accommodation within a 5 miles radius.

Choose The Site Closest To Where You Want To Stay

Our locations are shown by red pins on the map.
Click on the pin for the town closest to where you want to stay.
Find your ideal accommodation.

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Enjoy your stay.

UK Bed And Breakfast

Small and friendly most B&B providers will make sure you start your day with a hearty breakfast.  Perfect for those who want to spend the day cycling or walking, or just sightseeing in the local area.

Some B&B providers can make a packed lunch if you order in advance.  A few will provide dinner, again if you order in advance, but all will be able to recommend local places to eat.

If you enjoy peace and quiet on holiday and don’t want to join dozens of other guests in a hotel bar in the evening, then a Bed and Breakfast could be the perfect choice for you.

Hotel

A hotel or guest house is the perfect place to stay if you want more facilities that most B&Bs offer.  Many hotels have restaurants and a bar, so you can dine in – no need to drive anywhere if you fancy a drink.  

Self Catering

Home from home.  Rent a holiday cottage or apartment and the whole family can stay.  You can eat at home, or eat out, or order a takeaway.  No need to cater if you prefer not to – and some self catering holiday cottages offer a breakfast service or dinner service.

Our Locations

Cambridgeshire

  • The historic cathedral dominates this ancient town.

Cornwall

  • The Gateway to Cornwall and close to the Devon/Cornwall border.  

    Here you can easily visit the spectacular ancient history and miles of walking on Dartmoor.  Coast and beach lovers will be equally happy as you can visit both the North and South Coast, and both are within easy reach.

    Launceston’s name derives from the monastery of St Stephens, a few miles north, the original name being Lannstevan.

    Launceston castle was built around 1070 and its remains still stand.

    The town centre has narrow streets and a spacious town square.  Enjoy an afternoon shopping and don’t forget to try some of it’s cafes and restaurants.  Treat yourself to a traditional Cornish cream tea.

    Within 5 miles of Launceston you will find a wide selection of hotels, B&Bs and self catering accommodation to suit all budgets and party sizes.  Click HERE to see our Stay Here – Launceston accommodation.

     

Cumbria

Dorset

Country Durham

Herefordshire

  • With its cobbled Church Street, historic market house and timber framed buildings, Ledbury is the ultimate picture postcard market town.

  • On the banks of the river Wye, Ross on Wye is the perfect location for exploring the Wye Valley, the Forest of Dean and Welsh Borders.

  • Half way between Ledbury and Ross on Wye, Much Marcle features the wedding venues of Homme House and Hellens.

  • A sleepy, traditional Herefordshire town in North East Herefordshire.  Stay here and time will stand still – the relaxed, unhurried pace of life and the friendly locals will have you wishing you could return the moment you leave for home.

Kent

  • Upmarket and classy, Folkestone has a magnificent seaside setting with some high class accommodation to suit even the  most discerning holiday maker.

Lincolnshire

Norfolk

  • Typical timber framed houses make this historic East Anglian town a joy to visit.

Northamptonshire

Scotland

Shropshire

  • In north Shropshire and ideally placed for exploring this lesser known area, with easy access to North Wales.  Oswestry is home to the renowned orthopaedic hospital.

Somerset

  • With it’s beautiful town centre, wide range of cafes and bars and lots of local artisan shops, Frome is the perfect centre for exploring Somerset and Wiltshire.  

Surrey

  • With easy access to London via rail and road, and on the edge of the stunning Surrey Hills and North Downs, Guildford makes the perfect location for both business and pleasure stays.

Wales

  • The UK’s smallest city, with a population of just under 2000.  This gorgeous, small town is close to miles of stunning coastline and features the medieval St Davids Cathedral.

North Yorkshire

  • Railway buffs will know Settle as the start of the stunning Settle to Carlisle line.  Close to the border with Cumbria this small town is in the heart of the Dales with access to miles of walking, riding, climbing, cycling or just sightseeing in the Dales.