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Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel, Broad Street: Review

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Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel, Broad Street: Review

After a refurbishment, the Mercure Bristol Grand boasts fantastic new decor and the brand new Keepers Kitchen & Bar for dining and drinking.

Mercure Holland House Hotel, Redcliffe Hill: Review

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Mercure Holland House Hotel, Redcliffe Hill: Review

Bristol’s Mercure Holland House Hotel has had a recent revamp, with certain rooms now individually styled with a Bristol theme.

Celtic Manor, near Newport: Review

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Celtic Manor, near Newport: Review

The Celtic Manor Resort, near Newport, has something for everyone: championship golf courses, a spa, children’s activities and a range of dining options.

Jamaica Inn, Bolventor, Cornwall: Review

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Jamaica Inn, Bolventor, Cornwall: Review

Daphne du Maurier fans and those with an interest in the paranormal will love Jamaica Inn – it’s certainly full of character and has a fantastic history.

Forest of Dean foraging with Forest Holidays

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Forest of Dean foraging with Forest Holidays

An overnight stay, a night vision forest tour, a foraging trip and wild cooking at the Forest Holidays Forest of Dean site.

The Hoxton Hotel, Shoreditch, London: Review

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The Hoxton Hotel, Shoreditch, London: Review

When is a hotel not a hotel? When it’s an “anti-hotel”, of course – and that’s exactly what The Hoxton Hotel in Shoreditch, London, claims to be.

Kings Head Hotel, Cirencester: Review

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Kings Head Hotel, Cirencester: Review

Newly opened for 2014, the Grade II-listed Kings Head Hotel is a contemporary 45-bedroom hotel with an impressive history.

The Magdalen Chapter Hotel, Exeter: Review

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The Magdalen Chapter Hotel, Exeter: Review

There’s no other way to describe this place other than the epitome of cool…