British Countryside Escapes

  • Whatley Manor – a romantic country property near Cirencester, a mere 2 hours drive from London and set in a lovely Cotswolds countryside wit many nearby attractions. There is a superb Michelin star restaurant and a less formal bistro-style dining option at this cosy property that once was a hunting lodge. The spa is exquisite and offers…[Read more]

  • Whatley Manor Hotel and Spa

    This beautiful Relai & Chateau hotel near Cirencester features an exquisite spa and a Michelin star restaurant with innovative food creations combining floors from all over the world. With just under two hours’ drive from London, this destination makes a comfortable mini break in a lovely country location with nearby…[Read more]

  • The Manor House Hotel in Castle Combe – an easy two and a half hours drive from London, this is one of the most romantic country hotels in England. Set in the quaint little village of Castle Combe where many movies and period dramas where filmed, including War Horse, this is an all time favourite of mine. Every room is furnished differently and h…[Read more]

  • Whatley Manor is a historic and romantic getaway in the heart of the Cotswolds. Set in 12 acres of gardens with 26 distinctly different areas. The hotel is impeccably run, yet cosy and intimate at the same time.
    Try Grey’s Brasserie, a Swiss style restaurant, for a leisurely lunch, dinner or chilled glass of wine. Or the innovative tasting m…[Read more]

  • Imperial War Museum at Duxford in Cambridgeshire. The largest aviation museum in the UK with hundred of static aircraft. It has a specific exhibit on the USAF and even an extensive collection of tanks and armoured vehicles. It is also the home to various companies that fly restored warbirds (the real historic aircraft). It was also used in the…[Read more]

  • Hatfield House In Hertfordshire i a beautiful and historic country house open to the public. It has places to eat and some lovely little boutique style shops in the courtyard. The old Hall is where Princess Elizabeth lived before she became Queen Elizabeth the First

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