ALadyofLeisure.com is the hotel, restaurant and spa reviews website from national newspaper journalist Sarah Bridge, read by thousands of industry professionals and travel enthusiasts every month.
The Good Hotel Guide is the travel industry bible containing unbiased selection of the best hotels, inns and B&Bs with personality and character across the UK and Ireland – see the full list of 2016 winners below.
Brand new reviews just up on ALadyofLeisure.com:
Whatley Manor, Malmesbury, Glos.
With a two-Michelin-starred restaurant, private cinema, spa and 12 acres of beautifully-kept gardens, Whatley Manor is one of the nicest hotels I’ve stayed in. Read my brand new review here
Noble Rot Wine Bar and Restaurant
With excellent food and (of course) fabulous wine, Noble Rot is a welcome addition to the quirky Lamb’s Conduit Street in central London. Read my brand new review here
Spoiled for choice in the Cotswolds? Click here to discover my top five places to stay and suggest your own favourites.
Meanwhile don’t forget to subscribe to ALadyofLeisure.com to be in with a chance of winning one of 20 free copies of the Good Hotel Guide 2016 which contains everything you need to know about Britain and Ireland’s top hotels.
The Good Hotel Guide’s winners for 2016:
London Hotel of the Year: Artist Residence, Pimlico
Country House Hotel of the Year: Hotel Endsleigh, Devon
Inn of the Year: The Lord Crewe Arms, County Durham
Newcomer of the Year: The Coach House at Middleton Lodge, North Yorkshire
Walking Hotel of the Year: Hazel Bank, Cumbria
Eccentric Hotel of the Year: Zanzibar International Hotel, East Sussex
Family Hotel of the Year: Augill Castle, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria
Romantic Hotel of the Year: The Pig on the Beach, Studland, Dorset
Scottish Hotel of the Year: Kilmichael Country House, , Isle of Arran, North Ayrshire
Welsh Hotel of the Year: The Grove, Narberth, Pembrokeshire