Hotels in England

Hotels In England

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From the cool and trendy streets of Shoreditch, to the bankside paths along the Thames, where to stay in London completely depends on your personal preferences and budget. There are plenty of budget friendly hotels to choose from including the big chains like Travelodge, Holiday Inn Express and Premier Inn, to the family run bed and breakfasts.

The largest hotel in the UK is actually the Royal National Hotel in London which is a great option at the last minute or for groups of three people.

Hotels in Brighton

Head out for a coastal stay and choose one of many hotels in Brighton. There are plenty of bed and breakfasts in and around the town, particularly just minutes from the seafront, which is perfect if you just want to be by the sea. For a fun night out, you might prefer to be in one of Brighton's larger hotels closer to the town centre.

Hotels in Cornwall

Cornwall has some stunning beaches, so it's only right that when staying in the county, your accomodation is close to the coast. From quiet and quaint little bed and breakfasts to larger chain hotels, Cornwall has a real mix and suits most budgets, from the cheap and cheerful holiday parks to the more luxury, boutique stays.

Top Tips For Finding A Budget Hotel Break

Scoring a great deal on a hotel in England is easier than you think. First off, consider travelling during off-peak seasons for lower prices. Websites that compare hotel prices can be your best friend in finding top deals. And remember, venturing beyond the big cities can lead to charming, cost-effective stays in England's picturesque towns and villages. With a little bit of research and flexibility, a fantastic budget-friendly hotel is just around the corner!

Types Of Hotel Breaks In England

In the enchanting tapestry of England's hospitality scene, the variety of hotel stays available caters to every traveller's whim and fancy. From the grandeur of luxury hotels in bustling metropolises to the cosy charm of countryside inns, England offers a diverse range of accommodations that are as unique as they are delightful.

At the pinnacle of luxury, England's five-star hotels are synonymous with opulence and elegance. In cities like London and Manchester, these establishments are often housed in historic buildings, offering a blend of traditional British architecture and contemporary comforts. Guests can expect impeccable service, gourmet dining experiences, and often, a taste of England's rich history. The Ritz London and The Savoy are quintessential examples, where staying is not just about comfort but about experiencing a slice of British heritage.

For those seeking a more intimate experience, boutique hotels are the answer. These smaller, often independently owned properties are known for their personalised service and unique character. They're frequently found in refurbished townhouses or quirky buildings, each with its own story. Boutique hotels like The Artist Residence in Brighton or The Zetter Townhouse in London provide a distinctively British experience, combining luxury with eccentric charm.

The English countryside, with its rolling hills and scenic beauty, is home to some of the most enchanting country house hotels. Places like The Lake District or The Cotswolds are dotted with these idyllic retreats. Hotels such as The Lygon Arms in Broadway offer guests a retreat into nature, with activities like horse riding and hiking, coupled with the comfort of traditional English hospitality.

For the ultimate in relaxation, spa breaks in the UK can offer the perfect mix of tranquility, treatments, spa facilities, delicious food and drink and a soft comfy bed.

For travellers on a budget, England's array of bed and breakfasts and budget hotels offer a comfortable stay without the hefty price tag. These accommodations, often family-run, provide a homely feel. Guests can enjoy hearty English breakfasts and receive insider tips on local attractions from their hosts, making these stays a favourite for travellers seeking an authentic experience.

Lastly, for the adventurous and eco-conscious, England's growing trend of eco-hotels and glamping sites provides a unique experience. Eco-hotels like The Scarlet in Cornwall focus on sustainability, offering luxury with minimal environmental impact. Meanwhile, glamping sites across the countryside allow visitors to experience the great outdoors without forgoing comfort, blending rustic charm with modern amenities.

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