Set amid four acres of landscaped grounds near the Royal Crescent, this rambling 19th-century stone inn feels more country house than townhouse. The...more
The Berkeley's Knightsbridge location—home to Harrods, Harvey Nichols, and every luxury brand known to man or woman—has firmly established it as one...more
Comfy, funky, affordable, and cool, the Bermondsey Square Hotel is yet another sign of encroaching trendiness in the up-and-coming Bermondsey neighborhood south...more
Aptly named, this company rents out some 40 self-catering cottages in or near the pretty harbor town of Blakeney, on the desirable north coast. The houses,...more
The bustling seaside town of St. Ives, with its large artistic community and great beaches, is one of Cornwall's big attractions. But in high season, that...more
Terence Conran's Boundary hotel follows hot on the heels of a slew of bars, galleries, and private members' clubs that have settled into the painfully cool...more
Longtime hotel maestro Peter de Savary, who used to own Skibo Castle (remember Madonna's wedding?), opened a superdeluxe lodging in this Edwardian-gothic...more
This genteel hotel, established in 1837 by Lord Byron's valet and then bought by James Ford, is famous for hosting the first-ever phone call, when Alexander...more
This former coaching inn newly made mod (though still affordable) by owners Clare and James Brown is a top address for Londoners. A hair behind Dartmouth's...more
This Art Deco hotel sits in splendid isolation on a 26-acre island just off the south Devon coast. When the tide rises, a sea tractor—an old-fashioned...more
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