Dreamy hotels in England
1) The Rose
An unassuming pub set back from the seafront in Deal, The Rose hides eight beautiful and unique rooms behind a thick velvet curtain at the bottom of the stairs. While downstairs, guests enjoy a surprising, modern menu on vintage crockery in the eclectic dining room, upstairs you’ll find bold colours, retro prints and dreamy velvet headboards. All the richly decorated rooms are a welcome retreat from the real world, but Room 1’s soft pink tones and floral accents and Room 6’s artsy vibe are especially lovely.
2) The Pig at Harlyn Bay
Set back from the village which has grown up around Harlyn Bay, The Pig’s Cornish outpost is a grand manor house which dates back to the 15th century. The hotel is a short walk down to the sand, yet also feels like it’s in its own little bubble, surrounded by open space as well as The Pig’s trademark kitchen garden. Have a drink by the fire, catch a glimpse of the sea from your bath, eat alfresco at The Lobster Shed. Unwind until you feel ready to head down the drive and rejoin the real world.
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3) The Tawny
The Tawny has all the trappings of a luxury hotel stay, but it just looks a little different. Instead of one hotel building, it’s a 70-acre estate with rooms and facilities dotted throughout the landscape, overlooking woodlands and lakes. The heart of the Tawny is the Plumicorn, near reception and an outdoor heated swimming pool, where guests will find a restaurant and a bar. Bedrooms come in the form of huts, treehouses, boathouses and lookouts. They all have outdoor spa baths and peaceful private settings.
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