Fowey Hall, Cornwall

Escape to the British coast as Steve Pill selects five of the best sea view stays, from a lighthouse overlooking the Irish Sea to...

The library at The Gore Hotel, London

Quintessential British hotel The Gore is a winning combination of sumptuous style and rock ‘n’ roll history First impressions Among the grand Kensington townhouses which line...

Top Withens, Haworth

Explore the best of Britain with these romantic escapes inspired by the poetry, love stories and lives of some of our most-loved literary heroes. Emily Bronte's...

Jemima Coxshaw goes in search of castles big and small, where you can slumber like royalty.

Banqueting House

Jemima Coxshaw explores unusual conversions to stay.

Langshott Manor

As the mercury drops, we round up the best hideaway hotels in which to hole up by the fire this winter...  1. The Witchery by the...

A hundred-and-fifty years old this year and after a major refurbishment, Oxford’s best-known hotel, The Randolph, has resurrected itself from the ashes. Literally.

From accommodating King Henry VIII’s first wife, Catherine of Aragon, as she sought advice on bearing a son to hosting Churchill, Britain’s historic hotels are symbol of our rich heritage.

The Pavilion Wall Garden and Spa, Cliveden

Jemima Coxshaw eyes up five hotels that are as rich with history as they are with luxury.

The independent annual guide to finding great accommodation, the recently published Good Hotel Guide 2017: Great Britain and Ireland has this week revealed the 10 winners of its César award for 2017, known as the Oscars of the hotel industry.