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Best Boutique Hotel

Vote for the very best boutique hotels in the UK.

Buckland Tout-Saints Hotel, Devon

Buckland Tout-Saints luxury country house hotel is situated in Kingsbridge in the stunning Devon South Hams, surrounded by 4½ acres of beautifully tended gardens and woodland. A delightfully secluded location for a truly relaxing getaway, this stunning William & Mary manor house also provides a simply beautiful backdrop for meetings, events or weddings. The hotel is the jewel in the crown of this breathtaking corner of Devon. With beautiful bedrooms, award-winning cuisine, and an air of tranquility throughout that is rarely to be found, we look forward to welcoming you to one of Devon’s finest luxury country house hotels.

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Feversham Arms Hotel, Yorkshire

This secluded luxury retreat lies in the heart of Helmsley in North Yorkshire. Surrounded by countryside, the award-winning hotel and spa is hidden away so you can relax, unwind and indulge. Cosy yet contemporary and with artwork to rival a gallery. Outdoors the hotel boasts a unique Mediterranean terrace and outdoor pool while indoors open fires and snugs make our guests feel welcome all year round.

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The Alverton Hotel, Cornwall

Open the old oak door and step into our hidden secret in the city: The Alverton. Offering unrivalled levels of service, luxurious rooms, two AA Rosette food and delicious drink. Within walking distance of everything that Truro has to offer, The Alverton also makes the perfect base for Cornwall’s best attractions and most beautiful destinations.

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No.15 Great Pulteney, Somerset

Comprised of three Grade I listed Georgian townhouses with a rich and distinguished past, No.15 Great Pulteney is an elegant and vivacious boutique townhouse hotel, only a short stroll from Bath’s most historic sites including Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths. The hotel is a place to indulge in the finest artisanal food, exceptional afternoon teas and carefully-curated drinks. The hotel’s most recent addition is the spa, fitted with a steam pod, a luxurious cedar wood hot tub and sauna, all to be found in the stone vaults underneath the hotel.

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Whatley Manor Hotel & Spa, Wiltshire

Whatley Manor delivers highly personalized experiences for its guests. Operating this stunning building gives us a wonderful setting in which to treat all who visit. Described as a grown up hideaway but with the finest modern British food both formal (Michelin) and informal offerings. The Spa focuses on our guests wellbeing and is a gem in its presentation and quality. All this coupled with a team who truly care and enjoy making memorable moments in our guest’s lives. Peace & quiet assured as the house is nestled in 12 acres at the end of a long tree lined drive, surrounded by organically farmed land. Privately owned and loved helps ensure luxury lives here.

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Langley Castle Hotel, Northumberland

Langley Castle oozes goosebump-filled luxury the moment you encounter the suits of armour, recline in front of a roaring fire in the amazing drawing room, with its mesmerising chandeliers and historic décor, and step foot in the incredible bedrooms with their four-poster beds and window seats set into seven-foot thick, authentic castle walls dating from 1350. It provides a unique take on luxury, as it weaves it into over six centuries of history, from medieval, to Jacobites and beyond. Luxury has always been its hallmark – you can even see the poshest medieval loos (garderobes) in Europe. It is simply awe-inspiring.

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Meldrum House Country Hotel & Golf Course, Aberdeenshire

4-star Meldrum House Country Hotel and Golf Course sits in 240-acres of stunning Aberdeenshire countryside. In 2016, this award-winning hotel underwent a £4.5million development which elevated it into one of Scotland’s top destination hotels. Steeped in history, the manor house dates back 800-years. The Cave Bar houses over 120 whiskies including some amazing rare malts. The 2 AA Red Rosette Dining Room serves local Scottish produce that changes with the seasons. Past winners of AA Hotel of the Year for Scotland, Meldrum House’s bedrooms showcase interior design at its best with some rooms offering floor-to-ceiling views across the 18-hole golf course.

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The Capital Hotel, London

A bastion of true English hospitality and great British design. The Capital, a grand hotel in miniature, was one of London’s first boutiques, just steps from Harrods. Home to Britain’s finest seafood chef Nathan Outlaw, Michelin-starred Outlaw’s serves an innovative seasonal menu with fish delivered to Knightsbridge each day from fishermen he knows personally in Cornwall and the West Country. A traditional English Afternoon Tea is served in collaboration with acclaimed Pastry Chef Claire Clark MBE while the resident whisky expert, and Keeper of the Quaich, Cesar Da Silva has gathered an impressive Whisky collection in The Capital Bar.

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Cotswold House Hotel & Spa, Gloucestershire

The delightful Cotswold House Hotel & Spa is wonderfully unique; the front is in the centre of the UK’s prettiest high street, with 2 acres of cottage walled gardens to the rear, itself backing onto rolling Cotswold countryside. There are 28 bedrooms from cosy doubles, to Suites and Cottages with their own private gardens and hot tubs.The Spa is a converted stables at the bottom of the garden, with hydrotherapy pool, steam room and 6 treatment rooms using Decleor products. Dining offers 2 options. Relaxed and all day in The Bistro, or Fine Dining dinner in Fig, the choice is yours.

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The Ampersand Hotel, London

The Ampersand Hotel is an elegant boutique hotel just seconds away from South Kensington tube station. The Ampersand Hotel is on the doorstep of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge and the museum district, with easy access to the best that London has to offer. Classic English heritage meets a contemporary interior with restored original Victorian features visible among the modern design aesthetic inspired by the surrounding area and world famous museums on its doorstep. The hotel also boasts modern Mediterranean restaurant Apero in the original 19th century vaults and The Drawing Rooms, offering beautiful patisserie and the iconic Science Afternoon Tea.

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The Dunstane Houses, Edinburgh

The Dunstane Houses comprise two twin-set Victorian buildings – Dunstane & Hampton– inspired by celebrated Edinburgh architect, William Playfair. This August, following a six-month renovation, the 16-room Dunstane House emerged with a new design combining understated luxury accommodation with a Scottish inspired all-day menu and stylish cocktail bar, filling the gap in the city’s boutique hotel landscape. Subtly mixing the old and the new with a nod to the owners’ Orkney Islands heritage, its evocative interiors combine the neoclassical design of old-town Edinburgh with a modern approach to pared down luxury. The re-launch is part of a wider journey set to complete next year when Hampton House unveils further renovations.

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Hotel Gotham, Manchester

The stunning art deco façade of luxury 5-star boutique Hotel Gotham is one of the city’s grandest buildings.Glamorous Manhattan-inspired interiors combine modern luxury interiors with an vintage style, housing 60 opulent rooms and suites. Dine at the two AA rosette awarded restaurant Honey, serving contemporary British cuisine, while the 7th floor is home to decadent rooftop bar and VIP lounge Club Brass, a glamorous Prohibition-style speakeasy bar, complete with stunning rooftop terrace The bar offers a tempting menu with vintage-inspired cocktails with unparalleled panoramic views over the city’s glittering skyline from Club Brass’ spacious surrounding rooftop terrace, complete with telescope.

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Storrs Hall, Cumbria

Award-winning Storrs Hall on the shores of Lake Windermere offers spectacular views across the water in a luxurious setting. 31 guest bedrooms offer a mix of contemporary and traditional accommodation, alongside one of the region’s finest restaurants boasting three AA Rosettes. Storrs Hall is an ideal location to explore one of the UK’s most beautiful natural areas, and unwind amidst the region’s unspoilt tranquillity. One of Storrs Hall’s many highlights is the one-bedroom Boathouse, providing a romantic retreat right on the lakeside, complete with private hot-tub, fire-pit and alfresco dining, as well as spectacular views from the bedroom over Windermere.

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Highbullen Hotel, Golf & Country Club, Devon

Situated within an 127-acre estate, the 1879 Victorian Gothic façade of Highbullen Hotel features 42 recently restored bedrooms, Estate family rooms and a brand-new Loft Suite complete with its own steam room. Four self-catering cottages on the property offer traditional country charm. There’s an array of leisure activities with an 18-hole USGA specification golf course and golf simulator, LTA standard tennis courts and pavilion, and outdoor and indoor swimming pool with sauna, steam-room and jacuzzi. Dine on delicious local produce at the Two AA Rosette Devon View Restaurant, with panoramic views across the rolling Devon hills.

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The Plough at Lupton, Lancashire

Completely renovated in 2014, The Plough at Lupton is a stylish haven located in the heart of England’s most beautiful countryside. Benefitting from a wealth of original features including oak beams and blazing fires, the inn provides the perfect backdrop to a luxury break from the norm. Whether guests are looking to explore the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales or Kirkby Lonsdale, the inn is the perfect haven to return to. With a restaurant which serves local produce in seasonally focused menus; The Plough at Lupton’s main aim is a simple one – that all guests enjoy an enjoyable and restorative stay. There are six bedrooms to choose from – all come equipped with luxury linens, decadent toiletries and can cater to couples and families alike.

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Seaham Hall, County Durham

Seaham Hall is situated on the picturesque Durham Heritage Coastline, just 20 miles from Durham, it is a beautiful Georgian building dating back to 1791. A boutique hotel with 21 luxurious individually-designed suites, creating unique experiences for every guest. Popular for weekend getaways, exclusive weddings, spa days and wellness retreats where the spa has been voted Best in the North East along with the only spa in the region to be award the 5 luxury bubble status.

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Soar Mill Cove Hotel, Devon

From dolphin-spotting and family sandcastle challenges to romantic dining under the stars with fine wines by the glass and sensational food, there is plenty to enjoy at Keith Makepeace’s family owned hotel, restaurant and spa. On the Southwest coastpath in expansive countryside, overlooking it’s own sandy cove with views towards the sea. Fortify yourself with a clotted cream scone on the terrace (or ‘divine’ Pavlova, once made for Audrey Hepburn), then take a turn about the ‘immaculate lawns and flowerbeds’. Adventurers set off on the South West Coastal Path, or head straight for the craggy rocks on the beach in the valley below. With just 22 luxury bedroom suites and 3 large villas, Soar Mill Cove was boutique for all the right reasons, long before cliched fashion created the name.

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Cary Arms & Spa, Devon

With the personality and values of a traditional English inn and the luxurious style and facilities of a boutique hotel, the Cary Arms & Spa offers a relaxed and modern getaway making the most of its sensational coastal location and breathtaking views. Set in a remarkable position overlooking Babbacombe Bay and miles of seascape along the Jurassic Coast, the inn and surrounding grounds have been sympathetically redesigned to offer stylish and spacious accommodation. Eight new Beach Huts and Suites opened January 2017 with an exceptional new Spa with Thalgo marine treatments, bringing a fresh sophistication to the Devon coast.

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The Lugger, Cornwall

Surrounded by majestic cliffs and headlands which form an idyllic part of the Cornish Coastal Footpath, the picturesque fishing village of Portloe is home to The Lugger, which sits right on the water’s edge. There are 22 beautifully decorated rooms with scenic seaside views, local Cornish cuisine at the two AA rosette restaurant, and a spa for relaxing treatments after a day spent enjoying the coast. Ideal for families, The Lugger is also home to The Hideaway, a charming two-bedroom self-catering cottage just across the slipway, providing more space while retaining all the benefits of the hotel on your doorstep.

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Airds Hotel & Restaurant, Argyll

Airds Hotel & Restaurant is an enchanting former ferry inn with lovely views across Loch Linnhe to the Morvern Mountains on the glorious West Coast of Scotland. Attention to detail, elegant décor and total comfort is assured. The cuisine is among the best in Scotland – ‘Fresh, local and simple’ is head chef Chris Stanley’s mantra. Airds has featured in the Good Food Guide for more than 40 consecutive years, had 3 AA Rosettes for more than 25 and is also endorsed by membership of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux, Pride of Britain and Connoisseurs Scotland portfolios.

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South Sands Hotel, Devon

Situated right on the beach, South Sands offers a fantastic culinary experience. Head chef Allister Bishop’s menus stand apart for their creativity blended with a level of simplicity. Wherever possible, Allister uses local ingredients and integrates foraged food into the menu in the restaurant and bar. The spectacular curved wall of the restaurant’s pristine French windows presents a breath-taking centrepiece to the extraordinary bar and terrace area, with unparalleled views overlooking the brilliant colours of the Salcombe Estuary. The boutique hotel welcomes dogs and humans alike with its classy, understated beachside décor that combines timeless seaside-chic with a modern touch.

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