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Looking for boutique hotels, luxury hotels, hotels with spas? You'll find them all on this unique website - and all are hotels that stand out from the crowd. What makes them special is what makes them different: each has a past that's unique, a present that's packed with character, and an appeal that's every bit as individual as you are. That's why it's our pleasure to present these distinctive hotels.

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Our selected former Manors

  • THE HTWN LOCATION KEY:
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  • red  CITY
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  • red  COUNTRYSIDE
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  • red  COAST

We've done our best to tell you the key location feature, but sometimes the boundaries are blurred: a city may be on the coast, for example, or a hotel in a large town - not a city - still gets a red box. There's more information on the hotel's page.


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This fine luxury hotel, with a beautiful formal garden, was originally a manor house, built in 1817 as a private home.
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Country
This lavish neo-Elizabethan manor was originally built as a country retreat for the family who founded a newsagent chain. CLICK ON THE PICTURE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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This beautiful, lovingly restored 1690 William & Mary manor house was originally and for over 250 years a family home.
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Built in the early 1500s, this country house hotel was originally a manor house, and remained a private home until 1968.
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Country
This four-star country house hotel was originally a manor house - and remaine privately owned until 1949.
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Country
Dating from the early 17th Century, this luxury hotel was originally a private home - and remained so until 1964.
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A hotel since 1947 - and a favourite of the late Queen Mother - this Elizabethan manor house was originally a private home.
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The oldest part of this hotel dates from the 13th Century and was originally a watchtower for nearby Conwy Castle.
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Coastal/Country
This 5-star luxury hotel was, for 700 years, a noble's manor. In the 1990s, it was rescued - a ruin after decades of neglect.
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Country
This 16th-Century Elizabethan manor sits in 1,000 acres of wooded parkland and gardens, created by William Robinson. CLICK ON THE PICTURE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Country
Built in the 1600s, this hotel was originally a private home - in which the exiled king of France later held court.
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Country
Dating from the 13th Century, this award-winning luxury hotel was originally a private house, and remained so until 1982.
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Country
Set amid olive and almond groves, this luxury hotel occupies a traditional country house estate, dating from the late 1300s.
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Country
Built in the early 1800s, this hotel was originally a hunting lodge, later bought by John Blandy of Madeira wine fame.
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City
This 19th-Century manor house - now an award-winning luxury hotel - has been in the same family since 1844.
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City
The original manor house at the heart of this former banana plantation dates from the 19th Century.
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Country
This 18th Century manor house has served as an inn, a hospital and a school before becoming a hotel.
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Country
Built in 1750, this hotel was originally a family home. In the Napoleonic wars, the Commander of British Forces lived here.
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City
This hotel was originally part of the much larger estate of a wealthy viscount, later divided into smaller lots.
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