December 22, 2020 | Pride of Britain Hotels
Pride of Britain Hotels, a 50-strong collection of luxury hotels, still has availability over New Year’s Eve at plenty of its member properties in tiers 1 and 2. Here are five options:
New Year on the Sussex Coast – one-night at Bailiffscourt from £335 pp
With its crackling log fires, four-poster beds and extensive parkland, Bailiffscourt Hotel and Spa in West Sussex is ideal for a winter escape. Perfectly positioned just moments from Climping Beach for blustery winter walks yet close enough to pretty market towns like Arundel. The one-night New Year’s Break is from £335 per person / £670 total (two sharing) and includes pre-dinner local sparkling wine and canapés, a five-course dinner by candlelight with paired wines, 10pm ‘Turn-in Trug’ with a bottle of Sussex sparkling wine, overnight accommodation with a full English breakfast and Bucks Fizz, plus use of the tennis courts, award-winning spa and swimming pools. Call Pride of Britain Hotels on 0800 089 3929 (www.prideofbritainhotels.com).
See in 2021 in historic Bath – one night at Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa from £588 pp
With sweeping views of the city, five-red-star Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa in historic Bath features an award-winning spa and 3 AA Rosette Dower House Restaurant. Arrive for a festive afternoon tea on New Year’s Eve, followed later with a glass of Champagne and canapés (served at your table) and a splendid five-course black tie dinner with wine pairings. At midnight, a bottle of Taittinger Champagne and a charcuterie platter with local cheeses will be delivered to your room. The New Year’s Eve stay is from £588 pp / £1,176 total (two sharing a Deluxe room), including meals/drinks specified, spa use and full English breakfast. Call Pride of Britain Hotels on 0800 089 3929 (www.prideofbritainhotels.com).
Cornish Getaway on the Roseland Peninsula – three nights at The Nare from £1,020 pp
Decked out in festive garlands, The Nare Hotel knows how to put on a celebration. Located on Cornwall’s beautiful Roseland Peninsula and overlooking Carne beach’s golden sands, the traditional family-run English country house hotel has two restaurants, an extensive wine cellar, heated indoor and outdoor pools, and a health spa. Arriving on 30th December, the New Year celebrations start from £1,020 per person/ £2,040 total (two sharing) for three nights’ dinner, bed and breakfast, a Cornish cream tea on arrival and two Champagne receptions. On New Year’s Eve, there is a guided coastal walk to Portloe, a festive dinner and fireworks. On New Year’s Day, Champagne cocktails are served at midday, followed by a grand buffet luncheon, Cornish cream tea and a candlelit dinner. Call 01872 501111 or visit www.prideofbritainhotels.com.
Hunker down in the South Downs National Park – two nights at Park House from £480 pp
Set in ten glorious acres in the West Sussex village of Bepton, in the heart of the South Downs National Park, Park House is the perfect place to hunker down this New Year. The hotel has been family-run for four generations and comprises a spa and fine-dining restaurant, a six-hole, 18-tee golf course and a croquet lawn. Arriving on 30th December, the two-night stay is from £480 per person / £960 total (two sharing) including full English breakfast and use of the spa and leisure facilities. Book a celebration New Year’s Eve dinner in the Dining Room and expect a carefully crafted modern British menu with handpicked wines. Alternatively, the hotel will provide a special New Year’s Eve dinner served in your room. Call Pride of Britain Hotels on 0800 089 3929 (www.prideofbritainhotels.com).
Fresh air galore in Dartmoor – two nights at Bovey Castle from £975 pp
Set in its own 275-acre estate within Dartmoor National Park, Bovey Castle is transformed into a winter wonderland over the festive period, complete with the tallest Christmas tree on Dartmoor. Spend time exploring the estate or relax in the spa with its art-deco-style indoor pool. See in 2021 with a two-night New year Break which includes afternoon tea on arrival, followed by an evening Champagne and canapé reception accompanied by a piper, six-course gala dinner in The Great Western restaurant, live music and a midnight toast. The price is from £975 per person / £1,950 total (two sharing a Classic room) including two nights’ dinner, bed and breakfast, afternoon tea on arrival, some drinks and use of the facilities. Call Pride of Britain Hotels on 0800 089 3929 (www.prideofbritainhotels.com).
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