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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 hotels in England - North

  • 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.


City
This 5-star luxury hotel, facing the city walls, occupies a building which was originally the North Eastern Railways headquarters.
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City
This 4-star, boutique-style hotel was originally the Dean's lodgings: it was built in 1865 to house York Minster's clergy.
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City
A William & Mary mansion, built in 1699, this hotel was originally the private home of a Sheffield master cutler.
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Coastal/Country
This luxury boutique spa hotel was originally a private home. In 1815, the owner's daughter and Lord Byron were married here.
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Country
This luxury boutique hotel, originally a fisherman's lodge built in 1840, became Britains's first country house hotel in 1948.
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Country
This 11-bedroom luxury hotel was once a private house. Built in the 1780s, it was bought by William Wordsworth's landlord.
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