Smell a few of life’s flowers at Gravetye Manor

Built in 1598 by Richard Infield, Gravetye Manor was for his bride, Katharine Compton. The initials ‘R’ and ‘K’ can still be seen over the main entrance door and portraits of the couple are carved in oak over the fireplace in one of the bedrooms. Gravetye’s most notable owner, William Robinson one of the greatest…

A slice of luxury living…

Discover Luton Hoo, a stunningly beautiful historic hotel, golf and spa nestled in over 1,000 acres of breathtaking gardens and parkland on the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire border. A slice of luxury living in the countryside. Luton Hoo offers its guests the epitome of high class accommodation mixed with outstanding leisure facilities and a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Accommodation takes the form…

One small step from the city…

Set in 300 acres of Hertfordshire countryside and only 18 miles from central London, this former home of the Earls of Clarendon is now a luxury hotel with 215 bedrooms and suites, a championship golf course (home to the 2016 British Masters), an award-winning spa, three restaurants, as well providing a stunning backdrop for weddings and…

Hartwell House in the heart of Buckinghamshire

Our first post in a new series taking a closer look at the hotels you can discover on WhatIReallyWanted.com. Hartwell House, set amongst 90 acres of beautifully landscaped parkland (designed by none other than Capability Brown who celebrates his 300th anniversary this year), is one of Buckinghamshire’s top attractions.  A beautifully restored 17th Century stately home…