Pride of Britain

Staycationers can gorge themselves on Pride of Britain Hotels exquisite independent properties

However far you want to travel there’s a Pride of Britain hotel

Hambleton Hall

Luxury, beauty, peace and quiet. This fabulous, late Victorian country house overlooks Rutland Water and is a haven of serenity. The Harts have been running Hambleton since the 1980s and that continuity shows in a hotel that feels like a genuine home from home. The 18 bedrooms are classically styled, with homemade biscuits and plump pillows waiting for weary travellers. Downstairs, open fires crackle during the winter months and the restaurant enjoys a stellar reputation for fine cuisine and wine.

Stapleford Park

Stapleford near Melton Mowbray is Grade I in every respect – a grand country mansion, surrounded by
500-acres of Capability Brown-designed grounds on an epic scale. A delightful stately home steeped in history, Stapleford’s huge reception rooms and halls display both quirky artefacts and original features. Guests can eat in an opulent dining room, unwind in the unique stable block spa, or just relax in front
of a roaring log fire.

Gravetye Manor

Searching for a romantic getaway? They say Gravetye was built for love, an Elizabethan mansion gloriously situated in 1,000-acres of grounds once tended by William Robinson – an early exponent of wild, English cottage style gardens. Devour amazing views from the Michelin-starred, glass-fronted restaurant, wander back to a sumptuous bedroom via wood-panelled rooms and ornate decoration. Gravetye in West Sussex is a 16th century masterpiece just waiting to be discovered.

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