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Buckland Manor Country House Hotel

Two miles from the hustle and bustle of Broadway is the pretty, small village of Buckland where, adjacent to the village church, sits Buckland Manor surrounded by acres of gorgeous gardens. Wisteria hugs the walls, blowzy roses fill the flowerbeds, and a rushing stream tumbles beside ... more

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Burford House, Burford, England

Burford House, a charming half-timbered building on the corner of Burford’s main street, is a small hotel of great character owned by Stewart Dunkley and Ian Hawkins. Just off the inviting entry with its old wood floors is the lovely restaurant aptly named Center Stage with its coll... more

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Burlington House, Oxford

This 1889 Victorian merchant’s house has been transformed into a delightful bed and breakfast, just a bus ride away from the heart of historic Oxford. Burlington House is impeccably maintained and its rooms are recently refurbished and immaculately decorated to a high standard. Cont... more

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Chewton Glen, Chagford, England

Chewton Glen is often voted “best hotel in the British Isles" by Conde Nast Traveler US Readers. It’s an image that is carefully nurtured and Chwton Glens efforts have been rewarded by considerable success—we had difficulty getting a room midweek in the summer. The secret of th... more

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The Feathers, Woodstock, England

Seven 17th-century townhouses at the very heart of this delightful Cotswold town have been cleverly interwoven to create this charming hotel. This accounts for the maze of little staircases seemingly going every-which-way up and around to the bedrooms. Several with high ceilings, all ... more

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Hartwell offers you the opportunity to stay in a National Trust stately home that was the residence of the exiled King Louis XVIII of France who lived here for five years beginning in 1809. Grand, gorgeous public rooms are yours to enjoy, including the great hall, the paneled oak bar,... more

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Jeakes House, Rye, England

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The clomp of hooves as horses pulled carriages down the main street of Burford has long disappeared, but the inns that provided lodging and food to weary travelers remain. If you are in search of a delightful, quaint hostelry, but with modern food and service, you can do no better tha... more

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Langshott Manor, Horley, England

Langshott Manor is a beautiful Elizabethan house with 3 acres of gorgeous gardens and ponds, which, with just 22 bedrooms in the main house and adjacent mews wings, still retains the intimate feeling of a home. The interior more than exceeds the promise of the historic exterior: at ev... more

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Magnolia House

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In the middle of the pretty redbrick village of Cuckfield you find Ockenden Manor, in part Tudor, with Victorian and contemporary additions. Viewing the manor from the garden, you appreciate that this combination of building styles is very pleasing. The spacious sitting room overlooks... more

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The Old Bank Hotel is housed within an attractive, four-story building dating from 1780, which was formerly—you guessed it—a bank. Fronting on the bustling high street, guestrooms are found on the upper levels and down the two back wings along the south-facing courtyard. V... more

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Between Keble and Somerville colleges you find the Old Parsonage Hotel, a wisteria-draped, golden-stone building dating back to 1660. Years past, the Old Parsonage grew like Topsy with a higgledy-piggledy collection of rooms and corridors added to the rear. Now it is a very smart bout... more

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No railroad noise for the lord of the manor in this neighborhood—he lobbied for the Petworth train station to be built beyond earshot, almost 2 miles from town. The last train ran in 1966 and the gingerbread-style Victorian station has been cleverly converted to a home. The former w... more

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The Queens Suite

Set just off the market place across from the historic church, the Spread Eagle dates back to 1430 and has been welcoming guests ever since. Now completely renovated and restored, the hotel retains a wealth of period architecture. Several of the premier “feature” bedrooms ... more

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Stone House, the manor house for Rushlake Green, has belonged to the Dunn family for over 500 years. Built in 1495 with an addition in 1778, this glorious house, set on a 1,000-acre estate, is filled with wonderful antique furniture and old English china, which is complemented by chin... more

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Hotel du Vin, Winchester, England

Centrally located in the historic city of Winchester sits the most attractive Hotel du Vin and Bistro in an elegant townhouse designed by Christopher Wren (of St. Paul’s fame). The hotel’s theme is wine, with each bedroom named for its sponsoring winery that provided the photos an... more

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Hotel du Vin, Tunbridge Wells, England

Victorians flocked to Tunbridge Wells—in fact, the young Princess Victoria always stayed here when she came to town. The Hotel du Vin’s interior has changed considerably since those days, now presenting a light, airy, and uncluttered look. Like its sister hotel in Winchester, the ... more

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Wartling Place is a fine white Victorian house with Georgian origins in the heart of the Sussex countryside. It stands well back from the road in acres of grounds in the pretty village of Wartling, close to the 13th-century church. The home of the Gittoes family, it’s a captivating ... more

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The Wykeham Arms & The Saint George, Winchester, England

Just beside the cathedral in a maze of little streets in the oldest part of Winchester, you can find comfortable accommodation at The Wykeham Arms and, across the road, under the same ownership, at The Saint George. The 250 year old Wykeham Arms is an extraordinarily convivial and wel... more

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