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The Top 10 Most Instagrammable Hotels in the England

The Top 10 Most Instagrammable Hotels in the England

Who doesn’t want to stay in a hotel that offers great service and comfort but is also aesthetically pleasing? These are my top ten most Instagrammable Hotels in England.

1. Soho Farmhouse, Great Tew, Oxfordshire

It will come as no surprise that my favourite UK hotel appears on this list. With gorgeous individual wooden cabins home to log fires, snuggly blankets and roll top baths (even some with outdoor baths) the photo opportunities at Soho Farmhouse are endless.

The extensive grounds are beautiful too with rivers running past the cabins, pretty little bridges and farm animals grazing in the fields. You can get your picture on the rowing boats, with the resident horses or in the hotel’s beautiful kitchen garden.

Soho Farmhouse is also a private members club so photos are banned in public places… of course you can use your discretion, avoid other people and get beautiful photos around the cabin and quiet areas of the grounds. It’s also worth checking out Soho Farmhouse’s sister property, Babington House, unfortunately it’s about six years since I stayed so I don’t have any decent pictures but beautiful four posters beds, outdoor baths and sumptuous fabrics also make Babington a gorgeously photogenic hotel.

2. Coworth Park, Ascot

Another of my absolute favourite UK hotels Coworth Park, the Dorchester Collection property is an absolutely gorgeous elegant country house style hotel. The interiors are just stunning with the furniture being inspired by nature in eye-pleasing neutral tones while beautiful sculptures add a touch of drama. The organic theme continues to the bedrooms and copper baths and four poster beds look perfect in any shot.

The grounds are utterly beautiful especially in summer when the meadow is in bloom – the perfect place for a picnic. There are also pretty little quirks around the place such as bronze sculptures, a retro red phone box and elegant water features.

3. Cliveden, Berkshire

Cliveden has long had a reputation for being one of the most beautiful and luxurious hotels in the UK but it was recently made even more famous owing to Meghan Markle staying the night before the Royal wedding and the recent documentary on the hotel.

As I was on a press stay I was given the most gorgeous room – the Lady Aster suite is one of the most beautiful rooms that I’ve ever stayed in with this utterly gorgeous bed. Elsewhere interiors are beautiful and classicly British plus you can get some gorgeous shots in the perfectly manicured garden. 

4. The Scarlet, Cornwall 

Another one of my favourites… The Scarlet Hotel in Cornwall is both one of the most beautiful and the most tranquil hotels I’ve stayed in. The views from this eco-friendly, beach front hotel are absolutely gorgeous.

You can get your best shot for the ‘gram from the hotel’s famous cliff top hot tubs… just don’t forget to order a glass of champagne to enjoy with it!

5. The Tamburlaine, Cambridge 

The is nothing more Instagrammable than a pretty pink interior, and The Tamburlaine in Cambridge is definitely one of the prettiest I’ve seen. 
Pretty tiled floors, shelves lined with old books, a spiral staircase plus marble tables and pretty crockery make this hotel a total Instagram dream!

6. Chewton Glen, New Forest

A beautiful country house hotel both inside and out, Chewton Glen has been a favourite of my family for years.
One thing that makes this property totally unique are the famous treehouses… I’ve never actually stayed in one but they look great on Instagram!

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7. The Pig

I totally fell in love with Pig Hotels last year, a group of country properties the bijou brand is more a restaurant with rooms than a hotel. With a gorgeous rustic luxury-chic aesthetic, these hotels are absolutely perfect for the ‘gram. Last year I stayed at The Pig on the Beach and The Pig in the New Forest and both were stunning. 
Check out the gorgeous cottage-style Bothy that Lauren and I stayed in, it also featured a very ‘grammable rolltop bath and fireplace.

8. Bovey Castle, Devon

What could be more Instagrammable than staying in an actual castle? And Bovey Castle in Devon definitely fits the bill… the hotel has beautiful architecture and the extensive grounds perfectly landscaped and are filled with water features.

9. Lime Wood, The New Forest

I first stayed at Lime Wood around five years ago and revisited for dinner last year as it’s the sister property of The Pig in the New Forest and located only about fifteen minutes down the road. The interior by David Collins and more recently Martin Brudnizki and Rob Angell are utterly gorgeous…
Apologies for an old photo but you can see what I mean in terms of the plush furnishings and beautiful colours. 
The grounds are utterly gorgeous too!

10. Four Seasons Hampshire

After a smart refurb, Four Seasons Hampshire is looking more Instagrammable than ever! The Wild Carrot restaurant and bar is totally gorgeous with a beautiful bar, pastoral wallpaper and stylish wood features all inspired by the surrounding nature.

Up in the bedrooms, roll top baths, soft furnishing and plenty of natural light make the perfect backdrop to an Instagram shot. 
Those are my top ten Instagrammable hotels in England. Have you stayed anywhere particularly worth of the ‘gram?


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Celebrate Curzon Soho’s 60th birthday with a series of special screenings

Film stars may have come and gone, and directors fallen in and out of favour, but for the last 60 years Curzon Soho has been in the middle of it all – bringing the best of independent cinema to the area throughout every era.

In its tenure, the venue has had name changes (from The Columbia to Curzon West End to its current incarnation) and redevelopments, but now, as it gets its free bus pass, it’s raising a glass to the last six decades with a series of special screenings.

On February 4 (the venue’s proper birthday), they’ll be showing ‘Gigi’ – the first film ever screened at the cinema, for its premiere – introduced by its star, the iconic Leslie Caron. Later in the month you’ll be able to check out showings of acclaimed flicks ‘Call Me by Your Name’, ‘We Need To Talk About Kevin’ and ‘The Remains of the Day’.

And if you’re a Curzon member, each film will set you back a measly £5.

So happy birthday and here’s to the next 60. Curzon Soho: you’re an oldie, but still a goodie.

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Burns, baby, Burns! Celebrate Burns Night in London with disco whisky drinks

Shoreditch bar Callooh Callay will be appealing to London’s retro party animals this weekend with the Super Freak – a whisky cocktail served in a glitzy mirror-ball vessel. This disco inferno of a drink is surprisingly served in sync with Burns Night – it’s on the menu as part of a London-wide celebration of Scotland’s favourite spirit: Scotch Whisky Weekend.

During Scotch Whisky Weekend (Wed Jan 23- Sun Jan 27), selected bars in London will serve up £6 scotch cocktails. This sparkly party-starter has Monkey Shoulder scotch, Smokey Monkey (a peated whisky in the Monkey Shoulder family), pear liqueur, pear juice and cardamom bitters in the mix.

In another smooth celebration move (that involves absolutely no haggis), Callooh Callay will also be putting on two evenings of disco drinks and disco anthems, on Wednesday 23 and Sunday 27. Burns, baby, Burns! 

Callooh Callay is at 65 Rivington St, EC2A 3AY, where Super Freak will be on the menu for £6 during Scotch Whisky Weekend (from Wednesday January 23 until Sunday January 27), and with two Super Freak parties taking place from 6pm on Wed 23 and Sun 27.

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