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An 18th-century hunting lodge turned contemporary five-star hotel, The Vineyard tempts corporates with elegant function rooms, a wide choice… more »
Whatley Manor Hotel and Spa is a privately owned manor house hotel, just two hours from London. For corporate events, its Boardroom seats… more »
Dating back to the Domesday Book, the original Pendley Manor was destroyed by fire in 1835 and rebuilt in 1872 as a Victorian manor house… more »
Sitting on the edge of the New Forest, Chewton Glen is just two hours from London but eons away from the cut and thrust of city life. This… more »
As the country outpost of the Soho House members’ clubs, Babington House is the quintessential rural retreat for fashionable townies. Set… more »
Chef Patron Alan Murchison & his dedicated team guarantee an exceptional culinary experience at the Michelin-starred L’ortolan restaurant… more »
Grade I-listed 19th-century Peckforton Castle is a medieval-style building set amid Cheshire woodland. A recent renovation programme has seen… more »
Amberley is one of Britain’s most famous luxury hotels, and with good reason. The 19-bedroom property, situated in the rolling South Downs… more »
Located in the heart of Cambridge, the two Michelin-starred Midsummer House occupies a handsome Victorian villa in a picturesque spot beside… more »
Regarded as one of the finest stately homes in the country, Weston Park has found particular favour among high-profile politicians through… more »
Family-owned Hambleton Hall, which used to be a Victorian shooting lodge, sits in a scenic lakeside location just over two hours’ drive… more »
As the country outpost of the Soho House group of members’ clubs, early-Georgian Babington House is the original rural retreat for fashionable… more »
A chic five-star hotel, The Fitzwilliam Hotel overlooks St Stephen’s Green in the centre of Dublin. Created by Sir Terence Conran in 1998… more »