With #TourismDay this month, we share the best places to visit in the UK and the best hotels to enjoy this autumn.
London is our home and our passion, so the capital has to sit with our number 1 slot of the best places to visit! With such a wide variety of tourist spots, art galleries, fabulous bars, theatres, restaurants and shops. London is more than a bustling city, it’s a culturally vibrant city that has its own unique take on classic, hip and cool.
One of our favourite hotels is The Goring Hotel in Belgravia. This beautiful hotel is the last family-owned hotel in London. The charm and commitment from their staff make a stay at this beautiful hotel extra special. Their Michelin Star dining experience overlooking one of the most extensive private gardens in central London is a treat in itself.
THE LAKE DISTRICT
The Lake District is a favourite with our Country PR Team who love to escape for long weekends to explore the countryside and take some time out away from city life. So it has to be number 2 on our list of best places to visit! Long walks taking in the beautiful scenery, followed by fabulous food, a comfortable bed and a stunning room. This completes a rural mini-break for us.
Askham Hall is for us the perfect combination of rest, relaxation with fabulous food and dining experience, all wrapped up in luxury, yet unpretentious and relaxed bundle.
Their ‘Jetty’ restaurant serves locally sourced, seasonal produce with spectacular views. We love their collection of natural and holistic treatments. Plus their heated pool and indoor relaxation area mean you can unwind in blissful surroundings, even mid-winter.
If it isn’t the charming character of the Cotswold stone thatched cottages, historic villages untouched by time and beautiful countryside that draws you in, then Oak House No 1 will!
This fantastic hotel has all the style and elegance of a fashionable boutique hotel in Notting Hill Gate set in the 16th Century Cotswold town of Tetbury. This stunning hotel is a feast for your eyes with opulence and fashionable decadence everywhere you look.
Dating back to 1209, Cambridge is not only world-renown for its university but the history that embraces its architecture and
The Duke House Cambridge is a small but perfectly formed hotel nestling in the heart of Cambridge.
Consisting of only five guest rooms, this hotel is a gem. It’s a wonderful place to rest after a busy day exploring the city! Offering bed and breakfast only, it gives you ample opportunity to discover some of Cambridge’s wonderful dining experiences in walking distance.
Bath has been a wellbeing destination since Roman times. But it’s also its vibrant city centre that draws flocks of visitors all year round. The Royal Crescent is one of our all-time favourite hotels.
Our Luxury PR Team loves everything about this hotel, including taking afternoon tea on their lawn. As a spa hotel, they offer a range of facilities. Their indoor heated relaxation pool is a magical experience in itself. The hotel also accepts well-behaved dogs in a few select pet-friendly rooms, something our woof juniors were thrilled about!
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