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Focus on Winter warmers

We’ve got Christmas time, mistletoe and wine all wrapped up and ready to meet you. What’s more we have roaring log fires, winter warming food, hot toddies and cosy snugs across the country to make beyond Christmas feel special. Take a look at our pick of the places to visit this Winter to stay, play or simply seal a deal.

Set in the heart of the Lake District sits the BEST WESTERN Castle Green Hotel in Kendal. With 99 bedrooms this hotels is large enough to accommodate a large group, but small enough to have award winning customer service. Its locally acclaimed restaurant has achieved 2 rosette awards for its fine dining and with an onsite pub the evening is complete.

The hotel easily combines business with pleasure with all the amenities you could need for a successful working day and all the leisure facilities including swimming pool, steam room and salon for a relaxing evening.

This idyllic Tudor manor hotel is situated in its own tranquil gardens on the outskirts of Stratford Upon Avon. Its grand appeal continues inside with 36 large spacious bedrooms, four poster beds and an award winning restaurant.

The hotel and its vicinity also has much to entertain after working hours with a tennis court on site and the much loved Royal Shakespeare theatre in the city centre. Plus with its own bar on site with original feature fireplace sipping red wine here can feel Christmassy all year through.

If you are looking for a Georgian period property in the heart of the city with all the modern day facilities you could dream of then look no further than the BEST WESTERN Abbey Hotel in Bath.

This hotel has 60 elegant bedrooms, its own restaurant and bar and boasts the best location in Bath for easy access to all the city has to offer.

About the author

Mikhaila Shoe fanatic PR Manager, Mikhaila has worked for Best Western for three and a half years yet still can’t choose her favourite place to visit!

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