Getting to spend time at The Wheatsheaf Inn in the little market town of Northleach is a very special treat. Set in the middle of the rolling, green hills of the Cotswolds, it already sounds as idyllic as it really is.
A stay at The Fox Club is a taste of traditional Mayfair style with a fun and relaxed twist. It takes its name from a former resident of the building, James Fox, a well know civil liberty campaigner who had a certain long-term and infamous affair within the premises.
I stopped by for a cosy stay in the lovely rooms above The Culpeper pub in London. This was already one of my favourite pubs to eat and drink in, and as expected, the rooms above did not disappoint!
Every special spot found in this blog was found by accident on our adventures through the Yorkshire Dales. But since we did manage to stumble upon such awesome spots to enjoy, we thought we would share them with you!
Middleton Lodge is an absolutely perfect place to stay when visiting the Yorkshire Dales. We went up for a special getaway and it couldn’t have been more lovely. The place is beautiful, set in the grounds of the Middleton Lodge Estate the views are nothing but the colourful forest and fields surrounding.
Once arrived at the Artist Residence in Brighton, you instantly see that this bed and breakfast is a native to Brighton’s original shores. Funky from the offset, the boutique hotel is designed beautifully to a relaxed, retro and warmly industrial style.
Leman Locke is a new style of hotel, one half is the pristine, serviced apartments usually presented by SACO, and the other is the cool, retro hotel scene that Locke Hotels are starting to bring. It’s an awesome mix set at a very good price.
I am breaking the rule of providing a more affordable luxury theme to this blog for a special treat of a stay. Cas Gasi is a one of a kind retreat that deserves a mention on here, even though it is definitely found in the not completely affordable luxury genre of hotels. Continue reading “Luxe Edit – Cas Gasi, Ibiza”