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January 29, 2023, 10:11 pm
January 29, 2023, 10:11 pm

Unusual Luxury Hotels in the UK

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Unusual Luxury Hotels in the UK
Unusual Luxury Hotels in the UK

Demanding travelers may be relieved to find that you don’t have to resort to self-catering to stay in a UK-listed building. While lighthouses, watermills, and even nuclear bunkers provide interesting accommodation, luxury hotels offer unusual buildings of historic interest, blissfully accompanied by excellent amenities and five-star service. Unusual Luxury Hotels in the UK

Old mansions are ideal for conversion into boutique hotels, with each room having an individual exercise in size and style. The delightfully beautiful village of Lower Slaughter in Gloucestershire has its own grand luxury hotel at the Lower Slaughter Manor Hotel. You can almost smell the kippers for breakfast, tennis parties, and tea on the lawn. A little further south is Whatley Manor, which offers just 23 rooms in this boutique Malmesbury hotel. The European spa and two restaurants offer period furnishings and homely comforts and are the only giveaway that this isn’t the family home it claims to be.

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North of the border in the highlands of Wester Ross, Scotland, stands a turreted fairytale castle, which wouldn’t look out of place in the vineyards of France. The pretty Torridon Hotel is set in 58 acres of woodland and overlooks a deep-sea lake. This former 19th-century shooting lodge and luxury hotel have an excellent whiskey bar with over 300 malt whiskeys to keep out the cold. Unusual Luxury Hotels in the UK

If you’re more of an old grist mill, consider 42 The Calls in the heart of Leeds. Set in a tranquil backwater on the River Aire,

this five-star hotel has won no fewer than 10 major awards for its sympathetic refurbishment, luxurious accommodation, and top service.

The original mill workings and local artwork make this one of the most individual luxury hotels in England.

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In keeping with the rural gentility around Oxford.

The Old Parsonage is a delightful luxury hotel to stay in.

Once a haven for persecuted priests during the 16th-century Reformation,

It now offers old-world charm from the tastefully decorated rooms to the secluded walled garden. Also located in Oxford.

The Old Bank Hotel enjoys its central High Street location and is one of several five-star hotels serving the area.

Perhaps as one of the most unusual luxury hotels in England.

The award should go to the Old Railway Station in Petworth, West Sussex.

As with many luxury hotels in England, it’s not where you stay, but what you stay really makes for a memorable stay.

Alex Brey is co-founder of Luxique and has been passionate about travel for over 20 years. So much so.

That he convinced others to join him in his pursuit to create.

A travel documentary highlighting some of the world’s most beautiful destinations.

Over a nearly three-year process, he got to stay in some excellent luxury hotels.

soak up some vibrant cultures. And enjoy some of the world’s finest cuisines.

And so the birth of Luxique, the website that caters to the discerning traveler.

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