Central England the home of William Shakespeare, and England's second city, Birmingham perfect for a spot of retail therapy, or if a flutter is more your thing, no trip to Cheltenham is complete without a visit to the famous racecourse home to the renowned Cheltenham Festival
131 The Promenade
A beautiful Georgian townhouse hotel in the heart of Cheltenham. No.131 is a late night destination for good times on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, with house DJ’s and special guests playing into the early hours.
Crathorne Hall Hotel
As you meander down the drive, past the meadows and through the oak trees, you will arrive at one of Yorkshires grandest country houses and finest examples of Edwardian architecture and design.
Ettington Park Hotel
Ettington Park is set in 40 acres of Warwickshire countryside with the River Stour meandering through it. Furnished with exquisite antiques, fine paintings and friezes, it is clear to see it was once a much loved family home.
Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa
Located in the Northamptonshire Countryside, Fawsley Hall is an historic property. The hotel was a home built for entertaining and has welcomed a number of notable guests including Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
Hoar Cross Hall
Escape to Hoar Cross Hall, not just an overnight stay but an idyllic spa retreat.
New Hall Hotel & Spa
Birmingham, West Midlands
New Hall is reputated to be the oldest inhabited moated property in the country and nowadays welcomes guests, rather than keep them out. It offers a restaurant, 9-hole golf course, spa, indoor pool and tennis court.
No. 38 The Park
A stunning Georgian townhouse overlooking gardens, in the heart of Cheltenham and close to the racecourse that combines the services of a hotel with the luxury of your own home.
Stanbrook Abbey Hotel
Stanbrook Abbey Hotel a former monastery, lives on through the original architecture, from stone cloisters to gothic stained-glass windows it enables guests to experience what life in an abbey was once like.