Heckfield Place, is more than just an 18th Century Georgian manor house. It's a working bio-dynamic farm, culinary destination thanks to Skye Gyngell, film buffs escape, and rural retreat all rolled into one.
The Lygon Arms in charming Broadway has provided stays for King Charles I and Oliver Cromwell. The ultimate in cosy-chic, this hotel is suitable for a year-round stay in the heart of the idyllic Cotswolds.
Set in central Mayfair, Brown's is the oldest hotel in London. Rudyard Kipling penned The Jungle Book here, and the first ever phone call was made from this address.
In the footsteps of socialites and bohemians, the Cadogan Hotel is a stylish city hideaway in the heart of London's Chelsea; a short stroll from Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park.
Possibly best known for the part it played in the Profumo Affair in the 1960s, Cliveden is a quintessential English Grade I listed country house hotel with a strong focus on spa and wellbeing.
A boutique Oxfordshire gem with bragging rights! Created by celebrated chef, Raymond Blanc, the restaurant has not one but two Michelin stars. This is "manoir" from heaven for gourmands and gardeners.
The Royal Crescent Hotel comprises two historic townhouses in the centre of Bath, home to an indulgent spa and serene gardens which offer a sanctuary in the heart of the city.
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.
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