A distinctive collection of four hotels set in stunning locations around the South East of England encompassing fine dining, spa, leisure and business at an impeccable standard. Set in their own expansive grounds, or opposite the sparkling waters of the English channel, history, heritage and the great outdoors can be found on the doorstep. Properties include Ashdown Park Hotel and Country Club in East Sussex, Luton Hoo in Bedfordshire, Tylney Hall in rural Hampshire and the celebrated Grand Hotel in Eastbourne.
Castle & Baronial Style Hotels
A selection of fine castles, country houses and baronial style hotels in Scotland and England and even a palace (Atholl Palace in Pitlochry). The castle hotels are located in their own extensive grounds and are steeped in history. Tulloch Castle in the Highlands of Scotland, for instance is well noted for the “green lady”, a ghost which roams the corridors of the castle – many sightings have been reported in Room 8 in particular. It has to be said, that to stay in a castle is a truly memorable experience so why not book your stay in a castle in Scotland and England now. There are over 70 properties to choose from.
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From countryside hotels in the Highlands of Scotland, to rural hotels in the English Peak District and Lake District, we can offer you the perfect choice of countryside hotels around the country. They all have something in common though – high standards of service in quieter picturesque settings. Some of the hotels have leisure facilities and some offer outdoor activities, while others offer peace and tranquillity. We also offer hotels specifically located by the coast or along Britain’s rivers and waterways.
British country inns and pubs
Staying in a character country inn or pub is an ideal way to explore Britain’s rich and colourful history. Located in idyllic rural surroundings, they radiate warmth and a traditional friendly atmosphere. Whether you prefer old-world charm or chic modern, a stylish suite or a cosy room with simple furnishings, our eclectic mix of places to stay offer something to suit all tastes. You can be assured of a warm welcome wherever you stay and of course local cask ales and superb food based on local ingredients.
National Trust – from cottages to castles
The National Trust is well known for all of the houses they look after, but now it is also possible to stay in some of these unique places. If you are looking for something a little bit different then what about your own lighthouse? Perched on the side of a cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean is The Lighthouse Keepers Cottage in Devon. From there you can take in the sea views of this dramatic location where you can see dolphins, porpoise and even peregrine falcons. Or stay in a seventeenth-century farmhouse with elements dating back to the 1500s, it sits behind a gated entrance with a large rambling garden, apple orchard, tennis court and stables.
Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotels
A collection of individual hotels in London, Guildford and Manchester, Radisson Blu Edwardian hotels
range from boutique to luxury. Think contemporary design that doesn’t compromise on comfort, complimentary wi-fi throughout and great seasonal British food, with service that anticipates but never assumes. It’s an experience that relaxes and stimulates in equal measure. There are 14 hotels to choose from including the sumptuous 5 star Mayfair Hotel and Edwardian Hampshire Hotel in central London.