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The 50 Best B&Bs

Fresh flowers, Egyptian cotton and fine food are not just for boutique hotels. A new breed of luxurious guesthouses is rising to the challenge. Rhiannon Batten puts them to the test

Rhiannon Batten
Saturday 12 March 2011 00:00 GMT
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Karen Thorne runs the Bed & Breakfast Academy ( www.bedandbreakfastacademy.co.uk);

Richard Hammond is the founder of www.greentraveller.co.uk;

Jim Barker is editor of the ‘AA Bed & Breakfast guide 2011’ (£12.99; www.theaa.com);

Alastair Sawday is the founder of ‘Sawday’s Special Places to Stay’ guidebooks, which include ‘British Bed & Breakfast’ (£14.99; www.sawdays.co.uk);

Sian Williams is the founder of www.babyfriendlyboltholes.co.uk and www.boutiqueboltholes.com

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