Hotels in England
Located within two miles of Hyde Park and Oxford Street, the Pavilion Hotel is a converted townhouse with 30 quirky, individually designed guestrooms.
This wood-framed coaching inn seamlessly blends in with its historic surroundings near the River Misbourne.
The property has two bedrooms, a fireplace, and a large kitchen.
The Mandeville Hotel is centrally located in Marylebone, a short walk from the fashionable shops on Oxford and Bond Streets.
With three very distinct buildings, this refined property offers something for everyone: the main house, fresh from a renovation, features tastefully appointed rooms with a traditional decor; rooms in the Carriage House have a country flair; and Stafford Mews houses modern suites that sprawl over
Housed in a mid-18th-century coaching inn, this Ribble Valley B&B is known as much for its food as for its three guest rooms.
On a bluff overlooking Cornwall's Mevagissey Bay, Trevalsa Court Hotel received a top-to-bottom makeover in 2010.
Don’t be fooled by its location on a peaceful street facing one of London’s loveliest gardens—this Neoclassical mansion hotel may feel more like a posh home than a hotel, but its hassle-free ambience draws an eclectic smattering of musicians, models, poets, writers, and actors.
At base2stay, a deceptively normal white stucco and wrought iron exterior belies a stylish interior representing one of the most innovative hotel concepts in London.
Owners Michael Benyan and Mark Sainsbury describe their affordable, irreverent spot as “a modern-day urban inn.” Housed in a 19th-century former warehouse in über-fashionable Clerkenwell, the building has 59 stylishly retro rooms and an excellent sceney restaurant and bar on the ground floor.
As you drive north of Grasmere, the landscape becomes more rugged and wild: steep crags stretch upward, with scrubby heather and bracken clinging to the moors. The countryside here is crisscrossed with walking trails. Along a winding road lies the remote Sharrow Bay.
All about wellness here, sybarites can partake in well-being consultations, tai chi and yoga classes, and Asian-inspired bath treatments on the grounds of a 400-year-old manor.
Located near Tower Bridge, the business district, and within walking distance of two underground stations—Tower Hill and Aldgate—the Apex caters to business and leisure travelers.