"What a setting for this lovely refuge," an 18th-century brick house near the New Forest and a few minutes' drive from the English Channel. Perfect-scoring...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
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
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
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
Despite its self-declared status as the city's latest hot spot, this is a solidly pleasant new hotel for anyone who wants to do a lot of shopping (Harrods and...more
It "feels like an exclusive British club" at this brick and limestone Georgian building that once housed debutantes attending parties at nearby Buckingham...more
Viscount Coke—or Tom Coke, as he calls himself—and his wife, Polly, joined forces with two brilliant designers to renovate this Victorian-styled...more
The giant red Z on the front of this hotel tips you off (as if you hadn't already been primed by the "aren't I gorgeous?" vibe of the entire neighborhood): The...more
This cliffside property tucked away on Cornwall's north shore eschews rustic seaside themes for a more urbane design and quirky Ayurvedic spa. The hotel has...more
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