There's no need to settle for a run-of-the-mill apartment when you're looking for a place to stay on your holidays in England. We have hotels galore and luxury hotels in England are in a class of their own. Whether you're looking at a converted castle or an ultra-moderne abode, English hotels offer first rate service, beautiful design and fine dining.
So what shall it be?
A romantic weekend in the country will be made special by a stay in a country house hotel or castle hotel.
One of England's many boutique hotels would make a smart city stopover while on business.
Even a seaside retreat for the whole family won't be difficult to find.
In fact, it's super-easy to find a fantastic luxury
hotel in England to suit your needs. So why not follow me on a little exploratin of the prettiest, most praised and best equipped luxury accommodation that England has to offer?
London's first and finest boutique hotel, converted from a collection of period Victorian town houses, is a base for film stars and top designers. With its plush, romantic decor it also makes a wonderful base for a cosy weekend in the city.
Lumley Castle Hotel
A heated outdoor pool and an atmospheric fine dining restaurant named 'The Black Knight' make this romantic castle perfect for city-escaping couples.
Burnham Beeches Hotel
Built in 1727, the Burnham Beeches Hotel nestles in 10 acres of beautiful gardens and manicured lawns and is ideally situated for visiting Windsor and London.
Whitley Hall Hotel
An ivy-clad 16th century mansion, elegant and romantic whatever the occasion. Relax surrounded by fine oaks, dine in style and simply enjoy being pampered.
Warner Leisure Hotels offer adult-only breaks in country manor houses and relaxing coastal resorts, all in outstanding locations. These escapes are not “just a bed for a night” type stays, but go the whole hog on indulgence and relaxation. The prices include breakfast, fine dinners, sporting and leisure facilities, and live evening entertainment. Go on, spoil yourself…
This half-timbered Victorian country house has a history that reaches back over hundreds of years to a Saxon farmer called Aelfgar. With award winning gardens and a large swimming pool it offers plenty of opportunities to switch off and relax. The house is ideally situated for exploring Cheshire, Shropshire, and Staffordshire.
Built around 1550, this Tudor manor house is a history lesson in itself. In the grounds you can find Roman remains, including part of a mosaic floor. The house is connected to the Civil War, Henry VIII pursuing Jane Seymour, and the planning of the D-Day landings. There are many other historical stories to explore, and all this in beautiful, peaceful Wiltshire countryside.
Wherever you go in England, you'll be bound to find a luxury hotel that will make you feel welcome when you arrive and sad to leave.
Not yet found your perfect retreat?