The 14th edition of this much-loved guide brings together over 330 of Britain’s finest hotels and inns, with nearly 50 new entries. From an ex-Baptist chapel and a lighthouse to a groovy little Cornish bolthole and stylish new offerings in West Country cities.
Sawday’s very own hotel inspector has travelled the length and breadth of the land seeking out this celebrated selection of lovely small hotels; beacons of specialness, a world away from the monolithic chains, tempting us to whisk our loved ones away for wild and wonderful weekends. Honest write-ups take the slog out of finding the right place for you and in true Sawday’s tradition; each hotel has been chosen for its character, warmth and people that make your stay special.
“Alastair Sawday's collection… separating the wheat from the chaff.”- The Times
“With its emphasis on 'special' places to stay and descriptions of crisp bed linen, cosy fires and fresh flowers, this guide points out some real gems.”- Good Book Guide
“Fantastic British Hotels & Inns”- Eve Magazine
“Evocative descriptions of characterful places.”- The Daily Telegraph
Tom Bell has worked on Sawday's British Hotels guide for over 15 years and has a real eye for what makes a place special. He has also contributed to guides on Australia and New Zealand and to travel websites.