It’s not easy to define what makes a Wolsey Lodge B&B. They’re as varied and distinctive as the owners themselves. What makes a Wolsey Lodge is subtle, and most easily demonstrated through a sample of member lodges.
Spring comes rattling round faster than you think – and it’s never too early to plan a Spring trip to a Wolsey Lodge B&B. The Calendar Spring starts on the 1st March, while the Astronomical Spring waits until the Equinox on the 21st of the same month. Take your pick.
Christmas at a Wolsey Lodge B&B is different. They have all the variety of Wolsey Lodges themselves, and can be as festive or casual as you choose. These are four Wolsey Lodges that illustrate the range of Christmas experiences available.
Most Wolsey Lodges have off-road private parking as well as an outdoor socket, which means it’s easy to trickle-charge your EV while you enjoy a good nights’ sleep. But a number of B&Bs have already installed dedicated EV chargers, allowing Electric Vehicle owners to charge up quickly and easily. Here is a roundup of those lodges where you can charge your car fast.
The charming market town of Malmesbury on the southern Cotswold borders is small in size but packed with things to see and do – and it’s within easy reach of Bath and Cirencester. Before you head off though there’s plenty to explore within Malmesbury itself and it certainly merits a closer look.
There’s something about Autumn that feels almost magical. The sight of leaves changing colours – the warm golds and browns on the trees and the ground – is one to look forward to. But where are the best places to enjoy the spectacle from a UK or Irish Wolsey Lodges B&B this year?
These days many B&B guests prefer to dine where they sleep rather than heading out to eat in the evening. Many Wolsey Lodges have risen to this challenge, with more than half our members offering evening meals on request. The meals to expect are as diverse as our lodges. Read on for a snapshot of three different lodges – and the very different approaches they have to making sure their guests are perfectly fed.
Whatever the restrictions imposed on outbound travellers by the UK government, Eire is now open to visitors and already promoting itself in the USA. And there’s a lot to like about the Wexford Garden Trail. Not least the open, chatty nature of the average Irish gardener. These gardens are truly impressive and justify a stay at Kilmokea B&B.
There are now ten National Parks in England, three in Wales, two in Scotland and six in Eire. These are some of the best – and the Wolsey Lodges best placed to use as a base.
Many Wolsey Lodges pour just as much of their hearts into their gardens as they do their homes. These are some of the B&Bs where the gardens form an essential part of their charm.