A selection of Food and Travel's favourite places to stay.

  • Sign of the Angel

    Sign of the Angel Wiltshire

    There’s something about Lacock that makes you feel like you’ve been here before. Then you suddenly realise the charming village on the edge of the Cotswolds, is something of a regular in period TV dramas and hit movies such as Harry Potter. more
  • The George Townhouse

    The George Townhouse Warwickshire

    It doesn’t get much more English than cheering on Shipston-on-Stour’s cricket team before retiring to The George Townhouse’s sunny terrace for a locally distilled gin and tonic. While it may look every inch the traditional 18th-century more
  • Valle Dell’erica

    Valle Dell’erica Sardinia

    Sitting on Sardinia’s most northerly point, Valle Dell’Erica is designed to make the most of the island’s spectacular coastline. Rooms come with floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors that lead on to terraces overlooking the water, the more
  • Curtain Bluff

    Curtain Bluff Antigua

    On the southern tip of Antigua, Curtain Bluff braces itself against the currents and waves of the Atlantic on one side and the sultry calm of the Caribbean Sea on the other. Beachfront suites open directly on to the sand at this barefoot more
  • Grace Santorini

    Grace Santorini Greece

    There are some hotels that are destined to stay with you long after you’ve gone home. Grace Santorini is one such place. The chic resort is embedded in the vertiginous slopes of Imerovigli, a small enclave close to Fira on the western coast of more
  • Hurley House Hotel

    Hurley House Hotel Henley Road, Hurley

    ‘No expense spared’ is the first thought that springs to mind when stepping inside Hurley House Hotel. Open for less than a year, it was built from scratch on the site of a derelict 18th-century pub and slots effortlessly into its sleek more
  • Thornbury Castle

    Thornbury Castle Castle St, Thornbury, Bristol

    Stand on the drive of this extraordinary hotel and you’ll think you hear the hooves of ghostly horses echoing through the gatehouse. It was once owned by Henry VIII and the mounting block where he heaved himself onto his unfortunate steed more
  • Hostellerie De L’Abbaye

    Hostellerie De L’Abbaye 1 Place des Epoux Laurant, Celles-sur-Belle, France

    Alain Ducasse’s Provencal outpost was never going to be anything other than the last word in romance, but as you sip a cold pastis on the terrace, the extent of the hotel’s charm will still come as a surprise. Located in the shadow of more
  • Tótem

    Tótem Calle de Hermosilla, 23, Madrid, Spain

    If interiors are your bag, be set to swoon over Madrid’s latest boutique hotel. Set in Salamanca, the city’s smartest neighbourhood, it occupies a discreet corner building with 64 rooms and suites set over five floors a few minutes’ walk more
  • Regnum Carya

    Regnum Carya Kadriye Mahallesi, Turkey

    A five-star grown-ups’ playground is the best way to describe Regnum Carya, set on the gorgeous Turquoise Coast. It’s been regularly featured in lists as one of the top hotels in the world since it opened in 2014, though perhaps the more
  • La Fosse

    La Fosse London House, 8-9 The Square, Cranborne, Wimborne

    Driving the narrow, winding roads towards Cranborne, the sat nav loses its signal. Luckily the charming village is so small that it’s easy to spot La Fosse. The peaceful Victorian B&B, just a 20-minute drive from the Dorset coast, is run more
  • Slieve Donard

    Slieve Donard Newcastle, Co. Down

    Situated in the shadow of the stunning Mourne Mountains, you’ll receive a warm Northern Irish welcome at Slieve Donard Resort & Spa. With a beach on one side and Royal County Down Golf Club on the other sublime views are standard. Dine more
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