A dip in the indoor pool, in the spa building below a high stone ceiling, is so peaceful it’s verging on a religious experience (the church-like vaulted windows add to the effect)
The hotel hosts regular retreats throughout the year, whether it’s for fitness or an artists’ workshop. And look out for screening nights at the ‘Hidden Cinema’, which seats 25.
No 1. by Guesthouse, York is a 19th-century townhouse that dips a dainty toe into the past and is set to become a beloved fixture of its present
For rainy days, there’s a stash of board games in the lounge; or you could ask staff to talk you through the curios on display throughout, many of which relate to aspects of the city’s industrious nature: haberdasher’s tools, gas lamps, apothecary drawers. And for sunny days, ask the hotel to pack you a picnic, which you can lay out in the museum’s botanical gardens or Dean’s Park by the Minster.
In the heart of the Cotswolds market town of Cirencester, boutique hotel the Kings Head Hotel adds a sympathetic stamp of contemporary country style to 450 years of history.
Keep your eyes peeled as you walk up the wrought iron stairs to your room – the eponymous King is featured on the bannisters and, as you climb from floor to floor, he grows from a toddler, to a middle-ager (complete with bald pate) and finally to an old man.
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