Some of the coolest, greatest and most alluring boutique hotels, from grand manors stripped back to reveal a cool rusticity to the small and individual selection, can be found in Britain, from Cornwall up to Scotland.
The best boutique hotels to stay in this year have been encapsulated by us in this unique collection of diverse small and luxury resorts, which feature the peace of the open country as well as the excitement of bustling cities.
Our hand-picked hip hideaways of United Kingdomwe’ve found is listed below, so keep on reading for more information.
- Artist Residence Oxfordshire
A 16th-century farmhouse with stone mullion windows, it is a unique country pub with arty vibe, neon creations, floral wallpapers and soft sculptures. The dreamy rooms have sumptuous beds and artifacts trawled from art shows, and the food is heart-warming, with foraged herbs from the garden, all entangled in the fun atmosphere of a family home.
- The Zetter Townhouse
This boutique townhouse, once owned by eccentric English writer Edward Lear, arrives in the London hipstrict (as in hipster district) and it’s hoping to pick up some of the heat generated by the nearby Chiltern Firehouse.The 24 rooms, styled by Russell Sage, have eclectic grand furniture, classic paintings, and knick-knacks galore. If you want a drink, the rooms are stocked with good pre-mixed cocktails, or you can have a look at the bar menu where we recommend The Rake and the Valais Fizz. The restaurant is absent, but you can order some tasty and delicious snacks in the Parlour, or ask for help with getting a reservation from their friendly pasta-man at Locanda Locatelli. Number 16 is becoming a hotel favorite, with its writing desk, as well as the top-floor elegant apartment with outdoor roll-top tub.
- 41 Hotel
Set on Buckingham Palace Road, London, it is an exclusive luxury boutique hotel facing the Royal Mews and has the look of a private London club with discreet accommodation in the royal centre of the capital city. Guests at 41 Hotel receive a complimentary day pass to the wellness area, which includes a swimming pool, spa, gym, and relaxation therapists for in-room sessions. Pets are allowed and private parking is possible for GBP 29.00 per day. The incredible split-level suite features marbled bathroom, while the junior suite features a luxurious bedroom and a spacious lounge with a romantic open. The executive hospitality suite comes with a daytime personal assistant, and the executive king room has got a king-size bed, mahogany furniture and luxurious toiletries. The restaurant is perfect for an intimate affair, and buffet breakfast is available, while the ’41’ beef burger is among the delicacies on the all-day menu. The lounge and suites are to be found on the fifth floor, featuring mahogany paneling, leather chairs, decorated in a stylish black & white color scheme. The staff outnumbers the guests with an outstanding service, offering the ultimate in English sophistication for the 18 exclusive and unique suites and rooms with rich mahogany furniture, iPod docking stations, high-speed internet and CD player.