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Hambleton Hall - Summer Breaks in Rutland
The George of Stamford - Sumptuous Sundays Special Offer
Lords of the Manor - Summer in the Cotswolds Special Offer
The Peacock at Rowsley - 25% Discount Offer
Pen-y-Dyffryn - Up to 20% Discount & Complimentary Afternoon Tea Special Offer
The Cavendish - 'Chatsworth Experience' Special Offer
The Elms - Summer Getaway Special Offer from £130 per room per night
Beech House & Olive Branch - Midweek Break Special Offer
The Castle Hotel - Midweek 30% Discount Special Offer from £87 B&B
Old Downton Lodge - 30% Discount Special Offer
The Swan - Stay and Save (up to 25%) Special Offer
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‘We stumbled across the hotel quite by accident – oh, serendipity! We plan to return.’ Newcomers this year to the Hine family’s ‘gracious’ pink brick Queen Anne coaching inn join a loyal following,
The food is the main course at Janine and Richard Burton’s restaurant-with-rooms. ‘How I wish we had a restaurant anywhere near as good as this where I live now,’ writes a regular reader this year, after returning to her old Rutland haunt.
Surrounded by manicured lawns, wild meadow flowers and woodland, this Cotswold-stone manor house, a few miles outside Tetbury, has ‘exceptional staff, excellent service, delightful furnishings’.
‘An impressive building’, this Georgian manor house ‘stands at the top of a valley, overlooking fields, rivers and bucolic bliss’. Bedrooms, some with a four-poster, have designer wallpaper, a bath and power shower. A more rustic, dog-friendly courtyard room was ‘almost a small apartment’, with every canine comfort.
On the ‘picturesque green’ of a ‘peaceful and stunning’ Cotswolds village, this 400-year-old inn was taken over in 2015 by two local families, providing a welcome breath of new life.
‘A homely village pub within easy reach of the A1 and well worth the detour,’ writes a trusted Guide reader after a three-night stay at Paul and Lorraine Willoughby’s traditional inn.
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Brimming with history, buzzing metropolises and verdant countryside, it is a part of the UK with character to spare, making it an eternally joyful and interesting part of the world to visit for weekend getaways, walking holidays, city breaks and both summer and winter vacations. For example, hotels in the West Midlands enjoy the country’s genealogy dating back to the Middle Ages when it was a centre of commerce and industry. Still today is retains that lively sense of possibility.
Referred to as the Heart of England, The Midlands is the home of William Shakespeare as well as architectural gems such as Lincoln Cathedral. The tomb of Richard III is amongst the markers of its cultural significance, and then of course there’s the beauty of hotels in the Peak District, seaside hotels in the likes of Skegness and cosmopolitan getaways at hotels in Birmingham, a centre of art and culture.
In addition to the cultural heritage of The Midlands, the natural beauty of the area, as well as its inherently high standards of hospitality, have made it a popular destination for hotel wedding venues in the Midlands. Weddings are a chance to capitalise on the romance of the countryside, the splendour of the buildings, and in no small part, indulge in the excellent gastronomy afforded to the area by locally sourced produce served in the hotel restaurants.
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The Midlands claims to be the real core of the country, the place where you find what makes England tick. Much of the industrial wealth of the country is generated here. But it also has a fascinating history, and has many fine castles such as Warwick and beautiful country towns like Ludlow, Baslow and Cheltenham. The Royal Shakespeare theatre company is based at Stratford-on-Avon and the Peak District National Park are world-class attractions.