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Seaham Hall, Durham

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‘The finest luxury hotel in the North East’ is housed in an impressive, sprawling Georgian mansion, all high ceilings, white Palladian pillars and vast stone terraces. There’s a slightly bizarre cylindrical water feature at the front entrance that … Read more →

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Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa, Wiltshire

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Driving down the mile-long tree-lined drive, Lucknam Park appears as an unspoilt and elegant country house, sitting upon 500 acres of tranquil parkland. Dating back to the 18th century this indulgent escape is home to 42 rooms, equestrian … Read more →

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The Pig at Bridge Place, Canterbury

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Since opening their first hotel in the New Forest in 2011, The Pig group’s laid back vibe and pioneering ‘restaurant with rooms’ concept has provided an antidote to the traditional country house hotel offering.

The sixth in The … Read more →

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The Little Fox, Cornwall

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The Little Fox Hotel is a 14th century farmhouse-turned-hotel located on 8 acres of private grounds. Guests can enjoy exquisite views of Dartmoor and easy access to beautiful Devonshire and Cornish coastline, sandy beaches and attractions such as … Read more →

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Ellenborough Park, Cotswolds

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Ellenborough Park’s gloriously sprawling estate spans several centuries and architectural styles, from its early Tudor beginnings, via the 19th century folly, complete with grand tower, to Woodland Gate, the newest wing, built around a pretty, flower-filled courtyard and … Read more →

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The Montagu Arms, Brockenhurst

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Gosh but the New Forest’s a lovely part of the world. As we drive through England’s smallest National Park, trees glinting golden in late summer sun, around 20 wild ponies, ranging from darkest chestnut to taupe, dappled grey … Read more →

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No. 10 Manchester Street Hotel, Marylebone

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A short walk from Regents Park tube station and I find myself at the front of boutique hotel, No. 10 Manchester Street. The large, heavy black front door opens onto a small but welcoming reception area, where I … Read more →

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Dormy House, Cotswolds

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A 17th-century farmhouse turned luxury hotel with 38 bedrooms and suites, three restaurants and spa. Situated on the 400 acre Farnborough Estate (also home to The Fish and Foxhill Manor) and close to the picture-perfect village of Broadway, … Read more →

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Beaverbrook, Surrey

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Nestled in the Surrey Hills just 20 miles from London, this former home of media mogul Lord Beaverbrook has been transformed into a luxury hotel with eighteen individually styled bedrooms and a fine dining Japanese restaurant.

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Domingo Santo Hotel, Mexico City

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Set in the heart of Mexico City’s historic centre, Domingo Santo occupies a grand four-storey building. There’s an airy inner courtyard laden with hanging greenery, and an exceptional rooftop terrace overlooking a bustling plaza.

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