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Featured UK Hotels

 

Cromwells

Cromwells In the maze of Shrewsbury's medieval streets, amid Housman's steepled vision, Cromwells Hotel, Restaurant and Bar provides hospitality in large measures, with a lively bar, atmospheric oak-panelled restaurant, buzzing walled patio and quirky bedrooms, they have real variety under one roof. The bedrooms are splendid, all six of them, they are individually and tastefully decorated, though the overall comfort level is consistently high.
 

The Imperial Hotel

The Imperial Hotel Well appointed and in the centre of London, The Imperial Hotel is the flagship of the Imperial London Hotels, a family owned hotel group established for well over 150 years. All 447 rooms are en-suite with satellite tv, direct dial phones, radios and tea/coffee making facilities.
 

Simpsons Restaurant with Rooms

Simpsons Restaurant with Rooms Barely a mile from Birmingham city centre, on the Calthorpe Estate in Edgbaston and in a conservation area, Simpsons's owners, Andreas and Alison Antona have adapted a handsome Grade II-listed house in which to set up their enterprise, one of the focal points of which is the dining room, with seventy covers. There is also an extremely elegant private dining room which comfortably seats up to eighteen.
 

Brown's Hotel

Brown's Hotel Sophistication and classic English style are the hallmarks of the legendary Brown's Hotel; set in the heart of Mayfair on Albemarle Street, Brown's is one of the most historic hotels in London, within a short walk from exclusive Bond Street shopping, West End theatres and St James's. It was founded in 1837 as the first hotel to ever open in London, to provide 'genteel' accommodation for discerning people.
 

Hotel du Vin & Bistro - Poole

Hotel du Vin & Bistro - Poole We hear a great deal about recycling these days - du Vin recycles attractive but often 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.
 

The Marquis at Alkham

The Marquis at Alkham The Marquis at Alkham benefits from a scenic location like the Alkham Valley with green rolling hills and narrow country lanes, a place where you could experience old world England at its best. Indeed, being featured in the list of places designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a fitting accolade, but the Marquis is not too far behind either, proving its mettle in the culinary realm with two awards to its kitty that includes five stars and two Rosettes from the AA.
 

The President Hotel

The President Hotel The President hotel is a modern hotel, offering traditional values and service. Comfortable and relaxing, its facilities include an intimate bar and carvery restaurant.
 

Cathedral Quarter

Cathedral Quarter Cathedral Quarter Hotel is nestled in the heart of Derby's vibrant, cosmopolitan and cultural district. This elegant and truly impressive hotel combines state of the art technology and luxury with all the magnificence of a Grade II Listed building to ensure its place right at the top of the hotels in this historic city.
 

Cliveden House

Cliveden House Cliveden is a place of astounding grandeur - three dukes, an Earl, the Astors and a Prince of Wales have lived in and owned Cliveden, all have contributed to this most remarkable of stately homes. The River Thames flows through the estate and this wide band of water is glimpsed from the house and gardens, cruising Cliveden's reach in their vintage boats is one of the joys of summer.
 

Stradey Park

Stradey Park This Edwardian mansion overlooking Carmarthen Bay and the Gower Peninsula is located on a wooded hillside, capturing all that is scenically best about this spectacularly beautiful part of Wales. The blend of contemporary and traditional makes for a memorable stay in this large, independent hotel where the service is local and friendly.