Manor & Country House Hotels
Discover our collection of luxurious country house hotels. From historic gems in Scotland to manor houses on the south coast of England, our rural retreats can be found in stunning locations across the UK.
Each of our country house hotels has an enchanting history and all are set in their own beautiful grounds, often with breath taking views of the surrounding area.
Pittodrie House near Inverurie is set within a 2,400-acre estate. Dating back to 1480, this charming turreted hotel sits below the iconic Bennachie mountain. Inside you’ll find a magnificent spiral staircase, traditionally furnished comfortable rooms, a highly regarded restaurant and a relaxed snug bar boasting an impressive whisky list.
Since 1884, Kilhey Court has stood proudly overlooking Worthing Lakes and Arley Reservoir near Wigan. Built as a lavish wedding present from Thomas Fairhurst to his bride, this country house is a fine example of Victorian architecture. Today, guests can enjoy the hotel’s landscaped gardens, one of the area’s leading spas and the ornate design of the conservatory when dining in the Laureate Restaurant.
On the banks of Ullswater, Leeming House sits in 22 acres of private gardens. With exceptional views across the lake and to the fells beyond, this Georgian mansion is ideally located for a break in some of England's most picturesque countryside. Elegant interiors, open fires, relaxed lounges and contemporary yet classic British food make it an ideal base when exploring the Lake District.
Boasting spectacular views over the Solent, Elmers Court Hotel in Lymington dates back to the 19th century. This New Forest manor house hotel has a diverse history having previously been used as a training centre for spies, a courthouse and a school. The building features Tudor gables, stone casement windows and remarkable carved wood panelled interiors while the hotel’s 23-acre estate includes an outdoor pool, tennis court and croquet lawn.
In 1812 Charles William Bigge built Linden Hall as a mansion for himself to live in, having acquired the estate in which it now stands a few years previously. The grade II listed building has been restored elegantly and retains plenty of references to its former owner and the architects that helped design it. Today, hotel guests can enjoy the elegant interiors, expansive estate, tranquil spa and exquisite dining options.
Mature trees and a 40-acre estate surround Crutherland House near East Kilbride. Originally built in the early 18th century, this manor house hotel is a peaceful haven despite being less than 30 minutes from the centre of Glasgow. As well as enjoying the grounds and unspoiled countryside close to the hotel, guests can relax in the spa and settle into the comfort and country house charm of the Cocktail Bar and Lounge.
The manor house near Camberley designed and built in 1882 by Mr. G. W. Fowler is now Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa. Cocooned in mature gardens, the hotel leaves visitors in no doubt as to it’s illustrious past thanks to a handsome façade and the rich wood panelled reception area. With suites that include four-poster beds or domed ceiling bathrooms, guests can enjoy a luxurious, relaxing stay.
Arriving via a drive that winds through the trees, guests are presented with the magnificent site of Houstoun House. This striking 16th century tower house, situated in 22 acres of woodland and gardens, retains it’s historic glory while offering visitors a comfortable, relaxed stay. With antique filled feature bedrooms, an atmospheric Tower Restaurant and cosy Vaulted Bar, Houstoun House is the ideal place for a peaceful country retreat.