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|Historically, pubs were established as inns where travellers could get a decent meal, a few drinks, and somewhere to rest their weary heads for the night. These days, pubs are more concerned with providing food, drink, entertainment and games than a place to stay, although some traditional pubs still provide accommodation for travellers, tourists and holidaymakers.
Pubs offering accommodation are still usually referred to as inns, or in some cases they have word hotel in their name. However, it is important to remember that not all pubs with the words inn or hotel in their name will provide accommodation, so you will have to check with the landlord.
In most cases, pubs offer bed and breakfast style accommodation, usually with en suite facilities, which means you will get a room with a private, en suite bathroom, and a full English or continental breakfast each morning of your stay. However, some pubs will also serve lunches and evening meals at an extra cost.
There are many advantages to staying in pub accommodation, the main one being that the pub will probably be run by a local person, who will be able to offer you some handy hints about places to visit in the area and how to get around. Staying at an inn will probably also mean you get a nice home-cooked breakfast every morning and homely-looking room to stay in.
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