Good Hotels in South East England

Good Hotels - South East England

South East England - Myths, Legends & Tourists

The South and those who live there are seen as a bit soft by the rest of Britain. The weather is a few degrees warmer, the landscapes are softer, and the beaches in the summer are filled with holidaymakers. You can go hunting for fossils along the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, work out how they built Stonehenge, and wander around the Palladian architecture of Bath. There is much to see from the castles at Windsor, Leeds, Hever, and Bodium to hundreds of miles of coastline filled with superb beaches.

The directory below presents some of the Good Hotel Guide's selected hotels in South East England. You can use Advanced Search for other hotels or click on the map to see other South East England hotels.

Good Hotels in South East England - Berkshire, Essex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent

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Featured hotels in South East

Hell Bay Hotel, BRYHER, Isles of Scilly

On the smallest, and southernmost, of the inhabited Scilly Isles, Robert Dorrien-Smith's hotel, built in the style of cottages, faces the Atlantic Ocean and the jagged rocks of Hell Bay. Visitors

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Old Bank, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

'Everything is of the highest quality; the service is brilliant,' says a visitor in 2013 to this modern hotel on the High Street opposite All Souls College. The 'stylish, well-run and discreetly

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