If you are a travel enthusiast and planning to visit the United Kingdom, then you must read in detail about the best luxury hotels here. To stay in a luxury hotel depends upon your budget, but you might desire to live a life almost king sized. Get pampered amidst nature and look up to the opportunity of staying in royal castles converted to hotels.
- Cliveden House, Berkshire: In case you want to unlock the mysteries of Dartmoor’s wild and the landscape of granite tors, opt for a guided tour conducted by the Director of Moorland Guides. You will enjoy the pre-historic stones, grazing ground, rugged ponies, and also Clapper Bridge made of granite. Simply enjoy the anecdote about outdoor adventure.
- Soho Farmhouse, Oxfordshire: Jones founded the empire 20 years ago, and turned his office into Soho farmhouse based in Oxfordshire. This is just a fairytale land where you can discover your inner self. Leaving all your responsibilities at the gate, hop on a bicycle and pedal through the lush green pleasant land. You will be spoilt by nature.
- Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa, Hampshire: If you are looking for an adventure playground for the children, Chewton Glen will be the best option. You will enjoy phenomenal food, abundantly spacious gardens, polished treehouses, and immaculate resort with restful interiors. Enjoy the spa with an indoor swimming pool, crystal steam room and swimming pool with pretty murals on the walls.
- Ham Yard Hotel, London: Enjoy the hotel’s dizzy design flair. This is the height of Britpop and Britart. The hotel is owned by designer Kit Kemp and her hubby Tim. While the hotels of London were illustrating masculine spaces of black wenge and stark style, Kit Kemp preferred to have her own feminine designs. The hotels are British quintessentially and with uniquely designed bedrooms.
- The Pig, New Forest: The Pig is a hotel in Hampshire, which has 16 rooms and is a great place to stay. The hotel plans to add some ten rooms more for accommodating tourists. The bedrooms are darkly attired with reclaimed wood, starched linen, and smooth marble floor. The restaurant gets supplies from the kitchen garden’s fresh produce and also livestock. You may leave the waterproofs at home to book a massage session.
- Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, Wiltshire: This hotel is built in a 500 acres land in the glorious Cotswold countryside, which has walking trails, tennis courts, and croquet on the lawn. You may borrow bicycles to roam around. You will enjoy the ESPA spa which is tucked away in between the swimming pool and walled gardens. Enjoy the nutritional program with Kate Sheen along with the aromatic massage with herbal infused warming steam pads.
- The Soho Hotel, London: This hotel is centrally located with 96 bedrooms, all individually designed. The hotel welcomes guests in a glassed lobby and offers an outdoor terrace with pool and panoramic view. There is a media center with free internet, and the multilingual staffs are always ready to help you.
- Coworth Park, Berkshire: This hotel is known as Prince Harry and Prince William spent their night before wedding here. The staffs wear headsets to communicate as well as veneers. It has laudable environment policy and grows sustainable willow to fuel its biomass. This hotel is manicured to perfection and has a meadow-style garden and four-poster beds. It’s furnished with huge bathtubs and smoky oak flooring and comes with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
- The Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire: This is the most famous hotel in Scotland and has serious click makeover. This place is an all dancing, all singing whopper and has fantastic food, elegant rooms, exotic cocktails, spacious rooms and an array of activities with spectacular scenery. You will find guests from the middle-eastern countries, Americans who want to retrace their ancestry and two Michelin starred restaurants in Scotland.
- The Borthwick Castle, Scotland: This castle is situated 13 miles away from Edinburgh, and is more of a tower than a house. The castle once sheltered Queen Mary of Scots, before she fled from the grip of Queen Elizabeth. This place is now turned into a superbly comfortable hotel. It has a double height dining hall, tapestry and vastly furnished living room. It’s accessorized with antiques, beautiful rugs and tweed covered George Smith sofas.
- The Shangri La at Shard: The hotel is situated at Shard, the highest tower in Western Europe. Everything from here looks truly enchanting. The rooms are contemporary in design and have an Asian influence. The restaurants and bars are fantastic but nowhere compared to the panoramic views of London. You will be simply lost in wonderland and gaze out of the window with palms to it, all day long. When you sit on the bed with blackout blinds, it will be like being on a magic carpet.
- Covent Garden Hotel, London: This hotel was opened in 1996, but dates back to the 1890 when it was operated as a French hospital. The hotel is often described as a quirky modern take over version of the traditional English style house. It’s located in the Monmouth Street and surrounded by boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and bars. With the hotel’s interior dramatically designed by Director Kit Kemp, it reflects her personal style. You will just love the sweeping stone staircase and wood-paneled drawing room. Not only that, the burning fireplace along with the vivid upholstery will impress you.
- Babington House, Somerset: This hotel is a part of the Soho group, and it’s a boutique style hotel which is set over 18 acres of parkland. It has its own tennis court, lake and croquet lawn. There are 32 decently sized bedrooms which range from suites to mini level houses that are ideal for families. You will see an indoor and outdoor pool and a lavishly fitted cowshed spa. The hotel can arrange for ballooning, golfing, rock climbing and horse riding.
- Belmond Le Manor, Oxfordshire: The house gardens of the country are a great beauty whether you go for morning walks in the apple orchards or might be the Japanese tea garden with its fragrant air or the tranquil ponds. Enjoy the seven-course dinner at the Michelin starred restaurants. Enjoy inside the lounge, or might be a wood burning fireplace, you will always be in love with this unique nineteenth-century place.
- The Lanesborough, London: This hotel is a magnificently designed regency splendor. After a renovation of nineteen months, it opened up a classic hotel that left no stones unturned to fascinate the visitors. You will be impressed with the chandeliers that speak about the style of the eighteenth century with a blend of modernity in it. All the 93 rooms and suites are meticulously decorated. The mini restaurant opens up as one of the spectacular attractions in London having the most exquisite dining room.
- Lime Wood, Hampshire: Lime Wood was originally the Stately house situated at the heart of New Forest which used to be a hunting lodge in the 13th century. Radcliffe acquired the hotel in 1999, along with Chef Alex Aitken, who then transformed the place to a tourist attraction. Flanged with classic upholstery, silver leaf bars, and colored palettes, it appears to be a combination of neoclassical, modern look. There are 29 bedrooms and 15 suites fitted with TV, VCD’s and also fireplaces. Most importantly, children and pets are welcome here.
- The Scarlett hotel, Cornwall: This is an eco-friendly resort for the adults. The view down the balcony is superb, and you will enjoy the seamless slopes above the golden Mawgan Port Bay along with the sustainable wood and recycled water. Interestingly, the hotel has no reception, and the staffs serve you food anywhere, anytime. You will enjoy services from the mind-boggling spa. Don’t forget to pamper yourself with Ayurveda massage.
- Dormy House, Worcestershire: Climbing up the sleepy nooks of Worcestershire, the village of Broadway used to be known as the ‘Jewels of Cotswold.’ The interiors were designed by Chelsea, and the squashy sofas were arduously kept beside the log fires. You would love the décor along with the original detailed old oak beams and flagstone floors. That’s not all; you would also love the garden room with a wall of windows looking out to the landscaped garden.
- The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa, Bath: The hotel is a breathtakingly beautiful resort situated in Bath, and is no doubt one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture. You would love the glorious bedrooms with silk-canopied four-poster beds and antique furniture with long windows. There is a magnificent restaurant with a spectacular spa along with a pool which is warm, dark and cave-like. Guess what, there are arrangements of long and lazy treatments for couples.
- Gidleigh Park, Devon: Dartmoor has influenced authors like Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie as they were inspired by the untamed wilderness for years. The hotel arranges guided walks for guests. You will enjoy prehistoric stone circles and peaceful grazing of ponies. Never miss the sumptuous meals cooked by the Head Chef Michael Wignall. Try the lightly smoked ricotta along with French asparagus, wild garlic, and of course roasted turnip.
Get ready for the princely stay and book your hotels today. Might be it’s a tough time waiting for such royal pampering.
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