Every Classic British Hotel has its very own individual style. A select collection of our hotels take this to another level. Discover Art Deco glitz and glamour in Yorkshire; a luxury coastal hotel in Pembrokeshire that doubles as a Welsh art gallery; and Cotswold hotels that fuse stunning, contemporary interior design with country house tradition.
Bristol (City Centre)
Bristol's first art hotel is situated in a fine Georgian building in the fashionable Clifton area of the city. The interior of the Berkeley Square Hotel has a distinctly boutique feel and its own art gallery - 'The Square' - where over 50 artists have been exhibited. Guests have complimentary access to a private members club with a great restaurant serving award-winning food, a boutique cocktail bar, an eclectic lounge and a private outdoor terrace voted 'the best outside dining in Bristol'.
The Manor House offers its guests country house luxury in the heart of the world-famous Cotswolds. Dating back to the sixteenth century, the Manor House has many intriguing original features including secret passages and a priest's hole. These wonderful features are today complemented by exceptional interior design to give the hotel a distinctly chic, country house elegance. Warm colours, designer fabrics and attention to detail are the hallmarks of the individually styled bedrooms. Apple Cottage, situated in the hotel's 'Secret Garden', is a very special luxury cottage suite with its own landscaped garden and private hot tub.
This outstanding Cotswold country house hotel blends a traditional Cotswold stone exterior with an impeccably styled, contemporary country house interior. Each of the bedrooms at the Hare and Hounds has its own individual design, with chic country house fabrics, feature wall coverings, beautiful furnishings and exceptional attention to detail. Contemporary oil paintings, by the Dartmoor artist Katherine Lightfoot, adorn the walls in Jack Hare's Bar. The stunning new Game Keeper's Suite offers a truly boutique experience in a self-contained country cottage with its own secluded garden with private hot tub; a beautiful wooden feature bed; walk-in double shower; coffee machine; LCD TVs in the bedroom, lounge and bathroom; blu-ray player and iPod docking station.
Chatsworth Estate/Peak District
The Cavendish Hotel is a fine country house hotel on the Chatsworth Estate. Artworks and fine antique furniture feature throughout, with over 300 pieces of art that span the centuries - from fine art to 20th century graffiti art. Being situated in the grounds of Chatsworth House, the hotel is on the doorstep of one of Europe's most significant art collections - a delight for anyone with an appetite for art.
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
The Earl of Doncaster is an original 1930s Art Deco hotel with bold, geometric lines typical to the era. The hotel recently underwent a ¬£4.5m refurbishment to restore its original Art Deco glamour and guests today can experience a wonderful flavour of 1930s glitz in its fabulously styled executive bedrooms. The Caf√© Bar Concerto distills the essence of the Art Deco period, with zigzag lines, a splendid mirror-tiled cocktail bar and a contrasting decor of blacks and vibrant colours.