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NORTH CORNWALL. ST. OILE'S COUN- TRY HOUSE HOTEL. WADEBR1DGE. Situated In 10 acres of Park and farmland and overlooking the Camel Estuary. Excel- lent comfort and cuisine, within a seven miles radius of four of North Cornwall's finest beaches. Terms 74 to 94 arts, Phone Wadebridge 85.

RYE. The Hope Anchor, 11A.C., A.A. approved. Licensed. Superb position in a lovely centre for Spring holidays. Rye 2216.

SEA AND COUNTRY. Magnificent views, extensive grounds, billiards, private bath- rooms if desired. Every comfort, good food. personal attention. Mid-week booking a speciality Tema 30s. to 36s. daily, no extras. "FIVE ROCKS." CHALE, Isle of Wight. Tel.: Nikon 346.


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ABERDOUR, Fife. WOODSIDE HOTEL II hour Edinburgh). This comfortably furnished hotel, famous for its cuisine and cellar, has every amenity close at hand. Golf, Fishing, Tennis, Boating and Bathing.

ABERFOYLE, Perthshire. THE COVEN- ANTERS INN. Note well this unique inn where soft lighting, old woodwork and exquisite cooking blend with modern appointed bedrooms and private bath- rooms. A good base for the Trossachs, Stirling and Loch Lomond.

NEAR ABERGAVENNY, Mon. LLAN- SANTFFRAED COURT HOTEL pro- vides a rare standard of comfort and food, excellent wines. Club licence. Tennis, Fishing, Hacking. Excellent touring base for lovely valleys Wye and Usk, ALDEBURGH, Suffolk. THE UPLANDS. Here, where the poet Crabbe once lived, is a home of gracious living. Not labelled Hotel or Guest House, it attracts those apprecia- tive of good cooking, faithful service, hooks, flowers and sunny spaciousness. Tel.: 156.

BANTRY BAY, Co. Cork. ARDNA GASHEL HOUSE, 25 yards from the sea. An Irish Country House Hotel in glorious scenery with goggle-fishing, bathing, sail- ing; or just eating, drinking and being lazy. Write R. Kaulbuck.

NEAR EDINBURGH, GREYWALLS, Gullane. The only dour thing about this hotel is its name, lor comfort and hos- pitality abound in this lovely Lutyens House. Within easy reach of city. Golf. Tennis. Lovely Gardens. Licensed.

LINDFIELD, Sussex, COUNTY HOTEL one mile from Haywards Heath main line station, immune from sound of passing traffic. Its purport is mainly residential with catering and comfort happily blending with country house pursuits. Tel.: 2358.

LONDON, N.W.4. HENDON HALL. First-class Residential Hotel, 20 mins. West End. Excellent cuisine: fully licensed; suites with private bath. Hard Tennis, Putting, Billiards; adjoins Hendon Golf Club. Tel.: Hendon 1456.

MARLOW, COMPLEAT ANGLER HOTEL (London 31 miles) overlooking the Thames, most beautiful weir. Centre for Windsor, Ascot, Henley. A good base for Stratford-on-Avon (70 miles). Excep- tional cuisine, and service. Private bath- rooms. Tennis, Boating, Golf, Tel.: 915.

BOURNEMOUTH, CARLTON HOTEL. A.A. 5 Star. Well spoken of always, for Service is the key-note. Situated on the East Cliff and facing full south, enjoying both sunshine and sea views. 150 bed- rooms and suites. Lifts. Central heating. Excellent garage facilities. Tel.: 6560.

FALMOUTH. FALMOUTH HOTEL. A tine anchorage for an early holiday, with its sunny sea aspect, spring flowers, lift (ground floor bedroom, if need be), and high standards of catering and comfort. Write to R. J. S. Fields, outlining your requirements. Tel.: 671, MINEHEAD, Somerset. NORTHFIELD. Situated in 3 acres of grounds; aims at a high standard of oatering and comfort at any lime of year. Convalescence! Honey- moon? Or Holiday? Exmoor, the sea and Northfield make a happy combination.

NEAR NEWQUAY, Glendorgal, Nigel Tangye offers Continental holiday by Cornish sea. Comfort, informality. magni- ficent food. Own beach. Golden sands, rock pools. surf-bathing. Children wel- comed. Licensed. 9-16 gns. to July 9th, then 11-20 gns.

Via OSWESTRY. LAKE VYRNWY HOTEL. Set at 1,000 ft. in the midst of Wales (34 miles Shrewsbury). Beautiful unspoilt countryside. Trout fishing, shoot- ing, riding, tennis, swimming, comfort and good food. An Hotel you should visit.

PENZANCE, Cornwall. QUEEN'S HO- TEL. A favourite hotel in a favourite position. This first-class hotel overlooks Mount's Bay, and is a fine base for touring the Cornish Riviera from St. Ives to Land's End and the Lizard. Tel.: 2371.

ST. IVES, Cornwall. THE GARRACK HOTEL, In a uniting position overlooking bay, and 10 mins. walk from town centre. This hotel appeals to all for comfort, good food and cheerful service. Licensed. 9-12 gns. Summer. 8-10 gns. Spring and Autumn. Tel.: 199 ST. IVES, Cornwall. ST. IVES BAY HOTEL, 52 bedrooms (some private bath- rooms) overlooking sands and sea. Now tinder the personal direction of M. H. Allen. Excellent cuisine, Tennis courts, Service Garage. Licensed. Open May-Oct.

ST. MAWES, Cornwall, HOTEL TRE- SANTON. Lovely Country House in sheltered Bay, with terraced gardens to water's edge. Beautifully furnished, every modern convenience. First-class cuisine. Club Bar. Terms front 45s. per day. Trains met Truro. Tel.: 322.

SHERBORNE, Dorset. THE DIGBY HOTEL. A favourite "Half-way House" between London and the West; Birming- ham and the South. A first-class base for exploring the Hardy. Country. Fully licensed. Quiet position near Abbey Church. Tel.: 23.

SIDBURY, Devon, SIDBURY HOUSE HOTEL. The comforts of a home, the freshness of country fare, the restfulness of country surrounds and the nearness of an unspoilt seaside resort (Sidmoutb 3 miles) may be just what you seek.

JERSEY, C.I. ST. BRELADE'S BAY HOTEL, Britain's Farthest South, facing sands and a shimmering sea this hotel has everything in its favour for an Early Suninter or 'Autumn holiday. Fully licensed, nightly dinner-dances. Write for brochure.

JERSEY, CI., Bouley Bay. WATERS EDGE HOTEL offers you that unsophisti- cated holiday you may have long been seeking with Continental Cuisine and Service, and every form of holiday delight. Write now for our coloured Brochure, which gives many interesting details. Quote ref.: A.C.