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Just over an hour by train from London, Hampton Manor is a sumptuous winter escape complete with a Michelin starred restaurant. Spend the night in one of their lavish suites, before visiting the over rare and endangered animals that call this corner of Kent home at the Port Lympne Wild Animal Park.
Set in the Suffolk countryside, the vibrant colours and eclectic designs of this Southwold hotel will brighten up your winter day. New for summer , The Rectory nails home-from-home interiors in its Georgian setting. A former rectory — of course — near Malmesbury, the hotel has an elegant sitting room and swimming pool.
Our favourite room has a contemporary white four poster and floral wallpapered bathroom. Part of the Wilderness Reserve near Southwold in Suffolk, Moat Cottage is possibly the most Instagrammable of the bunch: the entire Tudor farmhouse is painted in a bold millennial pink. As well as six bedrooms with Hypnos beds , roll-top baths and a contemporary open-plan living space, it has a hot tub perched over the moat for autumn frolics.
There are Pashley bicycles for exploring the area. After conquering Brighton, Cornwall and Pimlico, the husband and wife duo behind AR set their sights on a lovely Oxfordshire pub. Expect rolltop baths and night caps in the bar. The House at Beaverbrook will make you re-think the country house hotel. Another Place, The Lake, is set within 18 acres of lakeside landscape, with 40 stylish bedrooms and lots of contemporary features — most notably, the swimming pool with floor to ceiling glass windows.
Guests can hike, swim, paddle board and sail, too. These cottages cut out of traditional Norfolk flint are the dream for style-conscious lovers looking for a romantic bolthole from which to explore the North Norfolk coastline. Owner Katie is an interior designer so expect contemporary finishes to these traditional worker cottages, such as four poster beds, roll top baths and open log fires.
Holkham Beach is just a 15 minute drive away, and the lovely town of Holt with its farm shop and antique spots is just 5 minutes. Salt Cottage, the new property at Cartshed Cottages near Blakeney in Norfolk, which is dressed in a sultry palette of dusky sunset-pink and stormy grey - inspired by Norfolk skies themselves. If you're looking for a place to call your own in the Cotswolds, Yarrow Cottage is just the thing. A year-old thatched cottage carved out of that gorgeous honey-coloured stone, it has been renovated to suit design-savvy staycationers.
It has two bedrooms, freestanding baths and a cosy kitchen and living room. Nearby is Daylesford Organic for a chic brunch, as well as Wild Rabbit if you fancy a pub supper. Ask for the biggest rooms which comes withe a double shower, enormous freestanding bath, cosy velvet armchairs and cool prints on the walls. Owners Claire and Simon will make you cocktails - and breakfast in the morning - and tell you all the best spots to visit in this coastal part of Kent.
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Make a real weekend of it by bagging a table at The Sportsman pub - but you'll need to book months in advance. Lovely Whitstable and its oyster restaurants are just 14 minutes in the car, too. Bright and quirky: the lounge at the new Shepherd's House boutique hotel in Faversham. This family-owned boutique retreat will suit anyone looking to fulfill their Scottish Highlands dream.
Fly into Inverness or take the sleeper train and then it's an hour and a half's drive to Gairloch, the hotel's stunning loch-side location. You can go whisky tasting, eat fantastic seafood, stomp around the Highlands or just cosy up in the hotel. For a real treat ask for Campania, a suite bigger than most London flats with its own fireplace and outdoor decking.
Camber Sands isn't just dreamy in the summer months. After a blustery walk along the beach and over the dunes, you can cosy up into one of the Hamptons-esque rooms with super soft beds and giant roll top baths.
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For dinner, the hotel's restaurant has a menu packed with hyperlocally sourced fish and lamb. Make sure you're hungry for breakfast - settle in on one of the sheepskin-covered chairs with the weekend papers and feast on the Full English and all the extras, including the DIY Bloody Mary station. The tagline here is 'beyond boutique' and Brimstone, set in one of the most beautiful Lake District valleys on a acre estate, does just what it says on the tin.
You're collected in a gleaming black landrover from the station and transported to a slate-clad chalet-style building with roaring fires, a Bootroom for all your outdoor needs, a reading room to cosy up and a bar to help yourself from. Some suites have outdoor balconies with blankets so you'll feel like you're in the Alps on a mountain getaway - without the hassle of getting to Verbier or Gstaad.
This is a luxury eco hotel for just for grown-ups on the North Cornish Coast with views over Mawgan Porth Beach - in other words, the dream. Rooms have vast glass windows allowing you to drink in the magnificent views of the cliffs, sea and sky from the moment you wake up. The spa is one of the main attractions - you can slather yourself in a mud treatment or stargaze from one of the cliff top hot tubs.