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Brockencote Hall

Brockencote Hall You might feel that you have crossed the English Channel to France when you step into the classic interior of this extremely smart Worcestershire hotel with restaurant, with every aspect of the glorious country house setting perfectly presented to ensure complete satisfaction. No detail is left untended, the coming together of all the parts has been thoroughly thought through, with a string of awards and citations to support the reputation created by owners Joseph and Alison Petitjean.

Castle Cottage

Castle Cottage Situated in one of the oldest houses in Harlech, 100 metres from the 13th century castle on the wonderfully mellow Welsh coast, Castle Cottage is a small, no-nonsense Restaurant with Rooms. Paddy Burt, that veteran of the away weekend, writing in Travel Telegraph says, 'for pure enjoyment, Castle Cottage, on the brow of a hill overlooking Harlech Castle, is hard to beat'.

Malmaison - London

Malmaison - London When you expect nothing but the best, think of The Malmaison group of hotels, a collection of centres of excellence, that has firmly established itself throughout Britain. As a concept alone this is exciting, but the reality is brilliant, so that at last there is a hotel group where uniformity of standards is of the same high calibre.

Gravetye Manor

Gravetye Manor There are places where even the mention of their name induces a sign of contentment as the eyes mist over with the recollections, and so it is with Gravetye; after all the name itself is evocative, like a favoured place from a Dornford Yates novel. There is still no reason to change one word of those sentiments.

The Bell Hotel

The Bell Hotel A feature in the life of a community, The Bell Hotel is one that defines its character and fills a significant niche in its history, in this case since Tudor times when the Bell Inn, alongside the Barbican Gate and Toll, was a respected place of refreshment at the hub of the port's maritime activity. Some 700 years later its stands proudly still, grown in stature and respect, overlooking the River Stour and serving a community that extends well beyond the thriving town of Sandwich.

Prestonfield House

Prestonfield House Set in lush parkland, yet only five minutes by taxi from the Royal Mile, Prestonfield is home to Edinburgh's latest destination restaurant - Rhubarb. Recently lavishly restyled by James Thomson and his Witchery team following an extensive restoration, the charming seventeenth century Prestonfield is now regarded as Edinburgh's most indulgent retreat and is the only AA 5 Red Star Hotel in the city.

Malmaison - Aberdeen

Malmaison - Aberdeen The Malmaison group of hotels has established throughout Britain a collection of centres of excellence where nothing but the best will do. As a concept alone this is exciting, but the reality is brilliant, so that at last there is a hotel group where uniformity of standards is of the same high calibre.

Oundle Mill

Oundle Mill Set alongside the River Nene on the outskirts of the public school town of Oundle, the building which used to be the Barnwell Corn Mill has taken on a new lease in its 1,000 years of history as a chic restaurant with rooms. Whatever your purpose in coming to Oundle Mill you can hardly avoid being taken over by the combination of a stunning location, sophisticated yet rustic environment, fine food, smooth service and sense of calm.

Marriott - Portsmouth

Marriott - Portsmouth The Marriott Hotel at Portsmouth has recently been the subject of a major refurbishment and now offers a much improved level of service, with a contemporary and stylish twist to all its various attractions. Portsmouth, with its strong maritime associations and still one of the premier Royal Naval ports of Britain, has a salty chirpiness about it that brings people from all over the world.

The Westleton Crown

The Westleton Crown A traditional coaching inn with origins extending back to the 12th century The Westleton Crown retains the antiquity and charm of its heritage whilst notching up the creature comforts to modern levels. It is perfectly situated for exploring the Suffolk Heritage Coast, in particular the picturesque coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh, the culture of the concert hall at Snape Maltings or the wild and beautiful nature of Dunwich Heath and the RSPB Minsmere nature reserve.