Kingscliff, Holland on Sea
At its heart, the Kingscliff Hotel – a contemporary coastal hideaway loved by locals and cherished by travellers who come for simple seaside pleasures where England’s climate is at its kindest. Enjoy brunch in the sun, for that perfect weekday or weekend indulge.
The Mill, Sudbury
It’s a picture perfect scene. Swans glide past a whitewashed mill, nestled on the riverbank by an ancient bridge, framed by weeping willows. Lush green water-meadows stretch as far as the eye can see. A beautifully converted watermill in the quintessential country town of Sudbury, Suffolk the perfect location for a mid-day treat.
The Duke’s Head Hotel, Kings Lynn
There can be few more imposing hotels in the east of England than the Dukes Head. Its striking powder-blue façade, a study in Georgian elegance, is as much a part of King’s Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place as the stalls that have traded here for generations. Our newly refurbished restaurant is the perfect space to enjoy a relaxing brunch treat.
The George Hotel, Colchester
Restored to its former glory, The George Hotel has proudly sat on Colchester High Street in Essex for over 500 years. It has always been at the centre of bustling life in England’s oldest recorded town and with historical artefacts, medieval cellars dated back to AD60, period features and beautiful beams; it really is one of a kind and a place to remember! Our lounge, restaurant and Moroccan courtyard are the perfect place for a brunch with friends or family.
The Hog's Back Hotel, Farnham
Not far from London, there’s a swathe of English countryside that’s unexpectedly beautiful – a ‘green and pleasant land’ of rolling hills and verdant valleys. High on a wooded ridge, the Hog’s Back Hotel’s distinctive façade has been a welcome sight for travellers on this road for generations.