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  1. Food and drink at Macdonald Randolph Hotel

    07 April 2016

    BEST OF BRITISH

    Macdonald Randolph Hotel in Oxford has been serving that most essential British mealtime - Afternoon Tea - for more than 150 years.  Since opening its doors in 1866, the stunning five-star hotel takes Afternoon Tea very seriously. Its dedicated Drawing Room is always busy with international tourists and locals, all enjoying the charm of this very British ritual in the stunning surroundings of the beautiful  drawing room, served by the white gloved Salon Manager Tony Sun and his Team.

     

  2. 15 February 2016

    MACDONALD HOTELS & RESORTS SWING INTO ACTION WITH NEW HIRE

    Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, the UK's largest independent hotel group, has appointed Jeff Mills as its new national golf business development manager.  Jeff brings over eight years of experience in sports and hospitality sales and business development, with previous golf-based roles at Q Hotels and the De Vere Group.

  3. Hotels in Windermere

    12 February 2016

    OLD ENGLAND LAUNCHES A SPECIALLY TAILORED PROPOSAL PACKAGE FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

    When Cupid needs a helping hand, Macdonald Old England Hotel & Spa will be by his side with a proposal package to help hopeful romantics pop the question this Valentine's day.  Ahead of the most romantic time of the year, the hotel is offering guests hoping to tie the knot, everything they need to make the occasion as memorable as possible. Couples can stay in one of the hotel's suites, complete with king-size bed, a bath big enough for two and views over Lake Windermere.

  4. 10 February 2016

    MOST ROMANTIC HOTELS FOR SOME ‘WE TIME’

    Ahead of the most romantic time of the year, Macdonald Hotels Ltd., one of the UK's largest independent hotel groups, is encouraging love birds to indulge in some 'we time'. With almost 50 luxurious hotels to choose from, each with its own unique charm - from four poster beds to roaring fires and old wooden beams, couples can cosy up in some of the UK's most romantic spots.

  5. 09 February 2016

    SECRET TO A LONG AND HAPPY WORK-LIFE?

    Frank Sweeney, born in Edinburgh in 1941, says the secret to a long and happy career is getting up early and getting to work on time.  Frank, who has taken care of corporate clients at Macdonald Houstoun House for over a decade lives in Armadale, West Lothian. He officially retired from his position as maintenance manager at the hotel in 2006, but decided to stay on with the hotel after the group offered him a position managing the hotel's meeting facilities.

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