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Hart's Amidst the elegant Georgian and Victorian town houses, on the site of the ramparts of Nottingham's famous medieval castle, stands the boutique-styled Hart's Hotel and Restaurant. Located in its own traffic-free cul de sac, it is just five minutes from the city centre.

The Dundas Arms

The Dundas Arms The Dundas Arms in Kintbury is very fortunate to have such a magnificent location on the banks of the River Kennet and The Kennet and Avon canal. The natural beauty of the area is inspiring and this friendly establishment has been looking after the needs, offering both food and drink, for famished and parched folk since the end of the 18th century.

Royal Garden

Royal Garden Hotel Description: Located in the heart of fashionable Kensington, with its prestigious shopping, restaurants and nightlife, the Royal Garden Hotel is quite simply London’s most stylish, contemporary hotel. If you are looking for something a little less formal but nonetheless exclusive, then this hotel is for you.

Redcoats Farmhouse

Redcoats Farmhouse Successfully surviving the transition from a much cherished family home to a popular and respected place to stay with full facilities that include an AA Rosette restaurant, Redcoats Farmhouse Hotel has established itself in the hospitality scene in and around Hitchin. Its proximity to the A1(M), a mere five minutes way, makes it an ideal staging post twenty minutes from the M25 and therefore close enough to London for convenience.

Great House, The

Great House, The Quite unlike anywhere else you may have encountered in Britain, there's an air of antiquity about the East Anglian countryside. It is at its strongest in places like Lavenham where a combination of ancient buildings, warm dry summers and the red brick and half timbering peculiar to counties like Suffolk are at their best.

Hope Street Hotel

Hope Street Hotel The Hope Street Hotel has 48 individually designed hotel rooms, real wood floors warmed by under floor heating, with King sized beds draped in Egyptian cotton. In the ensuite bathrooms guests are delighted to find rain dance showerheads as big as their dinner plates, and Arne Jacobsen Vola fittings complement these timeless havens of comfort with huge soft towels, mist free mirrors and REN products.

Hambleton Hall

Hambleton Hall There are very few superlatives that cannot be justifiably applied to this highly successful operation presided over by Tim and Stefa Hart; the hotel itself has won a whole fistful of accolades, including an entry in the Good Hotel Guide 2010. The restaurant, for which Aaron Patterson has been cooking since 1991, draws upon materials as local as his own kitchen garden and as wide as the rest of the country.

Mount Haven Hotel

Mount Haven Hotel There are hotels, boutique hotels and romantic hotels - and then there’s the Restaurant at the Mount Haven Hotel overlooking some of the finest Cornish seascape with St Michael’s Mount as a near neighbour, and only a short stroll from Marazion. Chef James Morrison offers reliable British cuisine, with organic tendencies and the odd Mediterranean tweak.

The Tavistock Hotel

The Tavistock Hotel The Tavistock, which overlooks one of Bloomsbury’s prettiest garden squares, has a stylish Art Deco entrance, welcoming you to this popular, friendly hotel. Guests may enjoy drinking on the sun terrace of Jacques Wine Bar, with its extensive wine list, or alternatively relaxing with a pint of guest ale in the Tavi Bar within the 1930s style ground floor.

Hotel du Vin & Bistro - Glasgow

Hotel du Vin & Bistro - Glasgow We hear a great deal about recycling these days - du Vin recycles attractive but sometimes un-loved buildings to restore real gems in the best tradition of British understated style. Complement that with all that is best in the French bistro ethos, bars that reach out to please, and you have a setting that provides an inspirational background for people to meet, do business, get married, provide a base for golf or fishing, somewhere you can call your own for a private celebration, a spa or - most engagingly - a wine school that breaks the mould.