Luxury holidays

Luxury and indulgence

For most of us luxury holidays mean someone catering to our every whim. Luckily for us, England has a long history of hospitality and hotels that do just that. Sleep between cotton sheets with a thread count so high you won’t want to leave your bed, enjoy the pleasures of an egg chef who will poach, fry and scramble to exactly your requirements, and relax in surroundings so elegant you take a photo or two to replicate the look at home. For a more private experience, choose a swanky self-catering abode which includes the services of a cordon bleu chef and daily cleaning service. The biggest challenge you will face is leaving.

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Spa by the sea at Climping’s Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa

Relax and unwind in the tranquil coastal setting of Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa in Climping.

Location: Littlehampton, West Sussex

 

Holiday amongst the clouds

For a fairytale holiday on the Suffolk Coast, drop your bags off at The House in the Clouds, a weird and wonderful holiday home.

Location: Thorpeness, Suffolk

 

Rise above it all with a stay at Chewton Glen’s treehouses

Escape to your very own luxury treehouse for panoramic views and nature at your fingertips at Chewton Glen.

Location: New Milton, Hampshire

 

Enjoy a rural escape at Kitley House Hotel

This 500 year old country house is set in the heart of the South Devon countryside making it the perfect destination for a relaxing and enjoyable break.

Location: Plymouth, Devon

 

Enjoy afternoon tea and Debussy at Eastbourne's Grand Hotel

Indulge and relax in Eastbourne with a delectable afternoon tea at England’s only 5-star seaside hotel.

Location: Eastbourne, East Sussex

 

Snuggle up in luxury on the Northumberland Coast

Five star luxury, romantic walks along the spectacular Northumberland Coast, cosy up in front of a smouldering fire and fresh locally sourced food.

Location: Newton by the Sea, Northumberland

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