Hotels in The Home Counties

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This grand Italianate manor was home to three Dukes, an Earl, a Prince of Wales, and the Viscounts Astor—and hosted Queen Victoria and Charlie... Read More

Love is in the air at this reinvented Georgian manor set on 240 acres of private parkland near Windsor Castle, 45 minutes outside London. In fact, the... Read More

This wood-framed coaching inn seamlessly blends in with its historic surroundings near the River Misbourne. Part of the Modern Coaching Inns group that... Read More

This palatial house has served many purposes, from private estate and RAF officer housing to corporate office; it became today’s hotel in July... Read More

The 19th-century farmstead features vaulted ceilings and large stone fireplaces. Read More

Gravetye Manor is not only one of the first country houses to transform into a sophisticated hotel, but these 1,000 acres were also once home (and... Read More

This coaching inn’s history runs back to the 12th century, and the common areas form the activity hub of the 50-room location. The Main Inn,... Read More

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. Owners Jonathan and... Read More

The counterpart to Sanctum Soho in London, the land where this nine-room, red-brick hotel sits, is owned by a rock-and-roll promoter; appropriate since... Read More

With history dating back to 3,000 B.C. (pottery found on the grounds), this hotel has played many roles: residence, boarding school, secret military... Read More

There’s no shortage of history at the Red Lion; thought to have been built around 1531, it’s reported to have hosted King Charles I, Queen... Read More

The village of Chalfont St. Giles is “country England” at its most quintessential, and this cozy, 11-room hotel near the Chiltern hills... Read More

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