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Good Hotel Guide reveals Britain’s best hotels

October 3rd, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • The Good Hotel Guide has expelled a prized César awards for 2016 with winners in 10 categories
  • They embody a individualist hotel of a year and regretful hotel of a year, along with a tip stay in London
  • The Daily Mail exclusively reveals this year’s champions before they are strictly announced subsequent week

Adam Raphael, Editor Of The Good Hotel Guide

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A Gothic castle, a Victorian sport board and a 900-year-old motel are among a winners of a 2016 Good Hotel Guide’s tip awards.

The winners of a 10 Césars, named after mythological Swiss hotelier César Ritz, are exclusively suggested here before they are announced subsequent week.

Inn of a Year

The Lord Crewe Arms, Blanchland, Co. Durham

Full of character, with a priest’s hole and Gothic hand-painted stained glass, The Lord Crewe Arms in County Durham is Inn of a Year

Full of character, with a priest’s hole and Gothic hand-painted stained glass, The Lord Crewe Arms in County Durham is Inn of a Year

The hotel has an unbeatable environment unaware a North Pennine Moors, and offers guest juicy dishes after their walks

The hotel has an unbeatable environment unaware a North Pennine Moors, and offers guest juicy dishes after their walks

The former Abbots monastery offers cosy bedrooms for a cosy night's stay after a day of exploring a lifelike surroundings

The former Abbots monastery offers cosy bedrooms for a cosy night’s stay after a day of exploring a lifelike surroundings

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Full of character, with a priest’s hole and Gothic hand-painted stained glass, this 12th century former Abbots priory, now an inn, has an unbeatable environment unaware a North Pennine Moors. 

Books, magazines, handcrafted biscuits and fudge await. Great for walkers.

Need to know: The Angel room has a claw-foot bath and a manly energy shower.

Details: Doubles from £160-£180 (01434 675469, lordcrewearmsblanchland.co.uk)

Country House Hotel of a Year

Hotel Endsleigh, Milton Abbot, Devon

The Grade 1 historic Hotel Endsleigh in Devon - named Country House Hotel of a Year - offers a intemperate brunch and endless grounds

The Grade 1 historic Hotel Endsleigh in Devon – named Country House Hotel of a Year – offers a intemperate brunch and endless grounds

Plenty to do: There also many activities to occupy guest from croquet and list tennis to falconry and fishing 

Plenty to do: There also many activities to occupy guest from croquet and list tennis to falconry and fishing 

In a pleasing estate on a bank of a River Tamar, this Grade we ancestral house, with a sport and fishing lodge, has been easy by Olga Polizzi, daughter of Charles Forte. 

A inexhaustible suggestion pervades, with many diversions from fishing and falconry to croquet and list tennis. 

But it’s also ideal for snuggling down and doing nothing. 

Extensive drift with high ancient trees widen down to a river. A family could happily spend several days here though regulating a car.

Need to know: Afternoon tea is a intemperate event not to be missed.

Details: Doubles from £190 bb (01822 87000, hotelendsleigh.com)

Eccentric Hotel of a Year

The Zanzibar International Hotel, St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex

At a posh finish of Hastings, a Zanzibar International Hotel has themed bedrooms that operation from Antarctica to darkest Africa

At a posh finish of Hastings, a Zanzibar International Hotel has themed bedrooms that operation from Antarctica to darkest Africa

The hotel, that overlooks a sea at St Leonards-on-Sea, has cumulative a fame of Eccentric Hotel of a Year

The hotel, that overlooks a sea at St Leonards-on-Sea, has cumulative a fame of Eccentric Hotel of a Year

At a posh finish of Hastings, a Zanzibar International Hotel has themed bedrooms that operation from Antarctica to darkest Africa finish with facade heads, sculpture and ornaments. 

Max O’Rourke, a owner, presides over a garb with normal Irish charm. The £10 lunch is good value.

Need to know: The energy showers, that contend hello and good-bye if we can master a controls, are a nerd’s delight.

Details: Doubles from £115 bb (01424 460109, zanzibarhotel.co.uk)

Scottish Hotel of a Year

Kilmichael Country House, Brodick, North Ayrshire

Home to some-more than 20 peacocks, a tiny though well-loved Kilmichael Country House  has been named a best hotel in Scotland

Home to some-more than 20 peacocks, a tiny though well-loved Kilmichael Country House has been named a best hotel in Scotland

On a Isle of Arran in a center of a Firth of Clyde, this tiny hotel has a feel of a well-cared, many desired home. More than 20 peacocks hail we on arrival.

Meals are initial category with dishes such as a gentle salad of figs, duck livers with leaves, and guinea fowl cooking in rum. Breakfast has new-laid eggs from a proprietor hens.

Need to know: Kilmichael is a oldest residence on an island that has been invariably inhabited given a early Neolithic period.

Details: Doubles from £78 room usually (01770302219, kilmichael.com)

Family Hotel of a Year

Augill Castle, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria 

An individualist neo-Gothic Victorian unsteadiness in a Eden hollow — with a Yorkshire dales circuitously — Augill Castle has something for all ages

An individualist neo-Gothic Victorian unsteadiness in a Eden hollow — with a Yorkshire dales circuitously — Augill Castle has something for all ages

With tree houses, a cinema, cooking classes and play forts a hotel has been awarded a pretension of tip family hotel

With tree houses, a cinema, cooking classes and play forts a hotel has been awarded a pretension of tip family hotel

An individualist neo-Gothic Victorian unsteadiness in a Eden hollow — with a Yorkshire dales circuitously — this hotel has something for all ages. 

From a outward it’s a fairytale palace with tree houses and a play installation in a grounds; inside, there are gentle bedrooms, excellent open bedrooms and a operation of activities from a cinema to children’s cooking classes. 

Meals are eaten communally during a vast ash list in front of a record fire.

Need to know: The bar is stocked wholly with drinks from artisan, independent, British family-owned producers.

Details: Doubles from £180 bb (01768 341937, stayina-castle.com)

London Hotel of a Year

Artist Residence, Pimlico, London

Artist Residence facilities a operation of heterogeneous furnishings in a stylish bedrooms that has led to it holding a pretension for a tip London hotel

Artist Residence facilities a operation of heterogeneous furnishings in a stylish bedrooms that has led to it holding a pretension for a tip London hotel

The charming bedrooms have quirky accents like selected wardrobes, plush brightly-coloured chairs and potion tables

The charming bedrooms have quirky accents like selected wardrobes, plush brightly-coloured chairs and potion tables

The hotel's eatery, Cambridge Street Cafe, features an open kitchen, copper-topped bar,  wooden tables, and propagandize residence chairs

The hotel’s eatery, Cambridge Street Cafe, features an open kitchen, copper-topped bar, wooden tables, and propagandize residence chairs

Justin Salisbury and Charlotte Newey, dual immature hoteliers, have converted this former Pimlico pub into their third property. 

A sharp-witted tiny hotel, it is run by contented staff. Stylish bedrooms hum with life. Salvaged industrial materials are used in a heterogeneous equipment and furnishings. For a immature during heart.

Need to know: Delicious buttermilk pancakes during breakfast.

Details: Doubles from £160 room usually (020 728 6684, artistresidencelondon.co.uk)

Romantic Hotel of a Year

The Pig on a Beach, Studland, Dorset

Not usually does The Pig on a Beach in Dorset have a fanciful shabby-chic interior, though also offers massages in a shepherd's hut

Not usually does The Pig on a Beach in Dorset have a fanciful shabby-chic interior, though also offers massages in a shepherd’s hut

Above a excellent beach during Studland Bay, this 18th-century Gothic building with turrets and mullioned windows is a latest further to Robin Hutson’s spawn of Pig hotels. 

Quirky, shabby-chic impression combined by one of Britain’s many gifted hoteliers. Snuggle down in a pappy sofa, sequence an extra-strength cocktail and feel a adore while pleasing waiters and waitresses come and go.

Need to know: Massages are accessible in a shepherd’s hovel in a grounds.

Details: Doubles from £145 room usually (01929 450288, thepighotel.com)

Newcomer of a Year

The Coach House during Middleton Lodge, Richmond, North Yorks

Originally a operative plantation owned by a mining magnate, a Coach House during Middleton Lodge in North Yorks is an artistic restaurant-with-room The ground-floor hook room and a garden room any have a private outside sitting area

The Coach House during Middleton Lodge in North Yorks is an artistic restaurant-with-room that has been named Newcomer of a Year

This restaurant-with-rooms, non-stop usually over a year ago, has been an present hit. 

The chef, Gareth Rayner, has a certain hold with blowtorched mackerel, sea bream and crab beignet. The strange impression of this excellent aged Georgian building has been superbly preserved, with strange beams and wooden shutters. 

The ground-floor hook room and a garden room any have a private outside sitting area. A foodies delight.

Need to know: Originally a operative plantation owned by a mining magnate, a residence was built by a famous internal architect, John Carr, in 1780.

Details: Doubles from £155 bb (01325 377977, middletonlodge.co.uk)

Walking Hotel of a Year

Hazel Bank, Rosthwaite, Cumbria

In a pleasing Borrowdale hollow in Cumbria, a mill Hazel Bank, built in 1840, is renouned with walkers

In a pleasing Borrowdale hollow in Cumbria, a mill Hazel Bank, built in 1840, is renouned with walkers

The hotel is renouned with walkers with 6 routes located tighten by, with a accumulation of lengths and problems on offer

The hotel is renouned with walkers with 6 routes located tighten by, with a accumulation of lengths and problems on offer

In a pleasing Borrowdale valley, this mill house, built in 1840, is renouned with walkers. Sympathetically modernised, it is run by 3 generations of a MacRae family in a relaxed, accessible style. 

Gary is a eager host, his mother Donna is a cook, and grandma Rachel keeps a tighten eye on everything.

Need to know: 6 walks of varying length and problem start during a door. Packed lunches provided. A physic cooking awaits your return.

Details: Doubles from £70 bb (017687 77248, hazelbankhotel.co.uk)

Welsh Hotel of a Year

The Grove, Narberth, Pembrokeshire

This early 18th century palace is in landscaped drift confronting a Preseli hills. There is a 15th-century longhouse in a grounds. The hotel has been easy with attract and a use is exemplary. Don’t conflict a Manx kippers during breakfast. Public areas have works by heading Welsh artists for sale.

Need to know: Near a eminent Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park.

Details: Doubles from £190 bb (01834860915, thegrove-narberth.co.uk)

The Good Hotel Guide is accessible to Daily Mail readers for £15 including pp, a bonus of 25 per cent. Email: editor@goodhotelguide.com.


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