In honour of St George’s Day, here are twelve of our favourite classic English hotel break packages.
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Redefining Hospitality Since 1618 – The Bush Hotel, Farnham.
Known for its Georgian streets, listed buildings and craft heritage, Farnham is a historic market town situated in the rolling Surrey Hills. Surrey is England’s most wooded county, home to ancient heathland, beautiful waterways and stunning hill-top views – all just an hour from London. Visitors to Farnham can explore the area’s fascinating history and enjoy easy access to the North Downs, perfect for those who like walking or cycling. Situated in the heart of this historic town and surrounded by unspoilt countryside, The Bush Hotel offers the perfect blend of old and new world charm. With original 15th century features, roaring fires, luxurious bedrooms, and a fabulous menu, The Bush prides itself on being a friendly, family-owned hotel. The Oak Lounge is the oldest part of the hotel, dating back to the 15th century. Classical panelling has been combined with contemporary art to depict Farnham’s rich and varied local history.…
Goldsborough Hall – Authentically Regal.
There are few former royal residences open to the public for overnight stays. Some castles and palaces offer visitors the opportunity to explore exhibitions and displays, but in terms of spending the night and experiencing a day in the life of previous royal inhabitants, it’s almost impossible to get a truly authentic regal experience. Goldsborough Hall is one of the few exceptions. The Grade II, early 17th-century stately home was once home to HRH Princess Mary, aunt of Queen Elizabeth II and daughter of King George V and Queen Mary – all were previous visitors and guests. Echoes of the Halls illustrious past can be seen everywhere. From the sundial in the garden, given to Princess Mary as a gift from the people of Goldsborough Village to the copse of Japanese cherry trees planted on the Union Flag Lawn, a wedding present from the Emperor of Japan. The Hall was…