These hidden gems from our Off the Beaten Track collection may be a little off the tourist trail, but they offer rest, relaxation and maybe something a little different this autumn.
Rutland Hall Hotel
Enjoy a countryside break with sweeping views across the beautiful Rutland Water. Set in over 65 acres of landscaped hillside the resort offers luxury spa treatments, a leisure club and brand new dining experience. Ideally located, within a short drive there are a range of golf courses, sailing, fly fishing, bird-watching, horse-riding and much more.
Armathwaite Hall Hotel is magnificently set in the secluded splendour of 400 acres of deer park and woodland. Bordered by the calming waters of Bassenthwaite Lake and framed by the dramatic Skiddaw Mountain and Lake District Fells, Armathwaite Hall Hotel and Spa is as romantic as the surrounding countryside. As one of the original stately homes of England and a wonderful luxury hotel in the Lake District, it is the perfect location for a break in the Lakes.
Located in the historic town of Ramsey and commanding stunning views over Mooragh Lake in one of the island’s most scenic locations, Ramsey Park is ideal for exploring the Isle of Man. Contemporary design, comfortable bedrooms and unfussy dining in the Lake View restaurant combine with outstandingly friendly British hospitality to welcome guests for a most enjoyable stay.
Seckford Hall is steeped in history and set in stunning Suffolk countryside, blending the traditional with modern. A perfect base to explore the local area or just relax in the spa and spa garden after a walk around the grounds and private lake. The 2 AA Rosette restaurant ,1530, offers a selection of delicious dishes including their renowned afternoon tea. Bedrooms are classicly decorated with luxurious bedding and all the comforts you need for an excellent night’s sleep.
Burgh Island Hotel
Burgh Island Hotel is an iconic Devon landmark on its own tidal island and surrounded by golden beaches and silver seas. Built in 1929 extended in 1932 and now restored to its ’30s glamour, step back in time for a retreat like no other.
The Devonshire Arms at Beeley
Located on the stunning Chatsworth Estate, The Devonshire Arms at Beeley is the kind of country Inn that dreams are made of. A short drive from Chatsworth House, the Inn and its 18 beautiful en-suite bedrooms blend an idyllic village setting with contemporary comfort. The award winning dining will make your stay truly memorable.
Fusing a timeless, country charm and bringing fresh seafood dishes and hearty, classic meat dishes to your table. At the gateway to the Lake District, enjoy pursuits such as walking, fishing and shooting or the historic city of Lancaster is a great day out. Individual rooms provide the perfect place to relax after a busy day in this picturesque location.
Situated on the border of 3 counties – Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire, Wroxton House Hotel is a central location to explore this area of outstanding natural beauty and many local historical attractions dating in parts to 1649; think cosy corners, and sumptuous interiors where you can enjoy professional service with relaxed style.
Wonderfully situated in the picturesque cove and tiny harbour of Portloe, and surrounded by cliffs and headlands, the Lugger offers a 2 AA rosette restaurant, elegant luxury bedrooms, plenty of coastline walks from the front door, and a sun terrace ideal for seal spotting!
Longworth Hall Hotel
Stunning Georgian Manor House nestled in three acres of grounds in the idyllic Herefordshire countryside. Only three miles to the historic City of Hereford with its range of attractions and activities. After a day exploring, relax in the Georgian Lounge by the roaring fire before dining in the newly refurbished Blue Room Restaurant.
The Brackenborough Hotel
Tucked away in the Georgian market town of Louth, the Brackenborough Hotel offers a haven of tranquillity coupled with contemporary surroundings and facilities, and close to Cadwell Park, Donna Nook and the coastal areas of Cleethorpes, Skegness & Mablethorpe. With award winning bistro, individual bedrooms, and contemporary furnishings, it’s ideal for cycling and walking breaks.
This beautiful historic castle hotel, on the shores of Loch Fyne on the West Coast of Scotland and situated in 60 acres of woodland, is the perfect romantic retreat. Stonefield Castle features an award winning restaurant, traditional en-suite bedrooms, and grand lounge areas with open fires.
Surrounded by beautiful parklands overlooking the River Wear, a magnificent monument to a bygone age of chivalry & honour. Located between historic Durham & vibrant Newcastle, perfectly situated to explore the North East of England. Individual rooms and sophisticated dining provide an ideal location for a unique, historical break or romantic retreat.
The Alma Inn
Nestled in the Pendle countryside, the Alma Inn oozes character and charm – luxurious bedrooms, original features and open fires. This historic venue has spectacular moorland views and is minutes from Wycoller Country Park. The kitchen fuses seafaring heritage with a timeless pub atmosphere to bring guests fresh seafood and classic dishes.
The Bell Inn Bramshaw
Nestled in the New Forest village of Brook, this charming, traditional country inn has been owned by the same family for almost 230 years. With modern and individually designed bedrooms, award-winning restaurant, and warm hospitality, it’s ideal for both couples and families.
The Wild Boar Inn
Set amongst the beautiful Gilpin Valley, guests at The Wild Boar are welcomed with exquisite traditional interiors, a warming, friendly atmosphere and seasonal food and drink from the Grill & Smokehouse restaurant. With stunning individual bedrooms and 72 acres of historic private woodland, the perfect place to relax and enjoy the Lake District.