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Have you ever dreamed of being King or Queen of the Castle or having your very own hideaway in a Cornish Cove?

Live out the fairy-tale, imagine the most beautiful setting and the only guests are those you have specially invited.

You will have the luxury of stylishly decorated rooms to relax in, gardens and grounds to explore and the most impeccable service our team can offer.

We have created a collection of inspiring hotels for private hire.

Taking exclusive use of one of these eclectic hotels will transform any type of event or occasion and take it to the next level.

There are plenty of activities that we can suggest to organise on-site, helping make your stay a truly bespoke event. Alternatively, we work with a number of companies who can provide a wide range of team building options or enhancements to your gathering.

All you need for an unforgettable stay is to enquire – – and we will be happy to help you find a suitable hotel.

The Lugger Hotel Portloe, Cornwall

Surrounded by cliffs and headlands which form an idyllic part of the Cornish Coastal Footpath, Portloe possesses an unrivalled beauty and enduring timelessness.

The Lugger Hotel – Cornwall’s only AA-rated Five Star Inn, and selected by the Sunday Times as the ‘Best Seaside Hotel’ – sits right on the water’s edge in the centre of this delightful village. Each of the 22 bedrooms is beautifully decorated and has deluxe showers and fine linens.

Additionally, a range of three private cottages are available for guests desiring the utmost seclusion, space and freedom. In particular, the three-bedroom Cobb Cottage features self-catering facilities, a generous lounge, as well as breathtaking panoramic views.

There is also a two AA Rosette restaurant on site, where guests can enjoy the best of local produce and cuisine. Many of England’s most popular attractions – such as the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Maritime Museum of Falmouth – are also within easy striking distance.

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Hunters Inn Heddon Valley, Devon

Hunter’s Inn in North Devon lies at the heart of 2,000 acres of land and is owned by the National Trust. The property features 10 en-suite bedrooms, alongside a bar and restaurant, as well as Heddon Lodge, a fully accessible two-bedroom self-catering apartment. There are Mobility Trampers available from the rangers’ office nearby to enjoy one of the easy access routes down to Heddon’s Mouth Beach.

Originally a thatched cottage, the building was reconstructed in the “Swiss Style” at the height of the Victorian Era, it is set within four acres of landscaped gardens, which form an idyllic backdrop for weddings and family events.

Hunter’s Inn sits alongside a collection of 39 outstanding pubs and restaurants across the country owned by the National Trust, many of which have been designated historically significant. Moving forward, every pint, meal and stay enjoyed at Hunter’s Inn will help to look after the valley’s wildlife and contribute to improved access for visitors.

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Ennerdale Country House Hotel Cleator, Cumbria, North West

The Ennerdale Country House Hotel is a Grade II listed building nestled in five acres of tranquil landscaped gardens.

The hotel is an ideal base for visiting the many attractions of the West Coast of England, such as the stunning Lake District, and the beautiful seaside town of Bees. Or, for the more energetic, experience the Coast to Coast Walk.

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Cally Palace Hotel & Golf Course Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway

Cally Palace Hotel & Golf Course, is set in over 150 acres of grounds, on the outskirts of the pretty village of Gatehouse of Fleet on the Solway coast.

The hotel was originally an 18th century country mansion and now a wonderful hotel in south west Scotland with spacious accommodation, offering views of the estate grounds and the Dumfries & Galloway countryside.

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Fernhill Hotel Portpatrick, Dumfries and Galloway

Set in private gardens above Portpatrick, Fernhill Hotel commands stunning open views over the village, harbour and Irish Sea.

This picture perfect panorama greets you as you check in to the hotel and is your backdrop while you dine or relax over a drink. The majority of this 3 star hotel’s accommodation also benefits from this unspoilt coastal scene.

Once the main ferry port to Ireland, Portpatrick in Dumfries & Galloway is now the proud holder of the title ‘the Jewel in the Crown of Galloway’ and is today a bustling yacht and fishing village with attractive craft shops and friendly harbourside pubs.

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Dalmunzie Castle Hotel Glenshee, Perth and Kinross

Dalmunzie Castle is a stunning former Laird’s mansion, turreted in the Scots Baronial style and standing proudly at the head of a 6500-acre estate dating back to 1510.

Dalmunzie Castle is nestled in the heart of Glenshee and is surrounded by breathtakingly mountains, glens and little rivers all a few steps away from the front door.

Peace and tranquillity is a feature of life at Dalmunzie with fires and lounges contributing to a relaxing haven from the outside world.

History abounds in the surrounding vales and glens, with the standing stone and burial cairn near the Glenshee parish church dating back to the Bronze age when people were first settling the area. Legends and ancient myths are also in rich supply, including the death of Diarmid and his tomb, the battle of the caterans, tales of Cam Ruadh, the mighty MacCombie Mor and the finding of the Dalmunzie sword.

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Stonefield Castle Hotel Tarbert, Argyll and Bute

Built in 1837, Stonefield Castle is a fine example of Scottish baronial architecture and still retains much of its original furnishings, wood panelling, ornate ceilings and marble fireplaces.

Beyond its interior splendour, the castle is set in 60 acres of woodland gardens, lapped by the shores of Loch Fyne. It is based just two miles from the idyllic fishing village of Tarbert, one of the most attractive villages on the Mull of Kintyre peninsula.

The hotel has 38 individually and tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms, with views over the gardens and Loch Fyne itself.

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Tulloch Castle Hotel Dingwall, Ross-Shire, Scotland

Tulloch Castle dates from the 12th century, when the Bains and later the Clan Davidson laid claim to its lands. Like its lively history, the castle’s fortunes have changed many times. Now, it stands as a magnificent hotel, with a ready welcome for leisure and business travellers.

The castle retains many of its period features, including the 250 year old panelled great hall, and painstakingly restored original fireplaces and ceilings.

In days of old, only the Laird or the Chief of the Clan could enjoy a relaxing stay in a Scottish highland castle. Thankfully, times have changed. Today, Tulloch Castle has 22 well-appointed en suite bedrooms, each with their own unique character and charm. Guests are given a warm welcome, and can expect splendid hospitality, comfortable surroundings and superb food.

Tulloch Castle is pet friendly and welcomes dogs at the hotel.

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Lamphey Court Hotel Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales

A restored Georgian mansion with 39 well-proportioned bedrooms, restaurants in both the panoramic conservatory and Georgian room, bar, lounge, as well as ample function and conference facilities.

The comprehensive spa facilities include an infinity pool, spa bath, sauna, steam room, fully equipped gym and weights room, as well as treatment rooms offering a range of therapies and unique signature treatments, hair and beauty and much more. While the grounds also contain two flood-lit tennis courts.

Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa is a jewel in Pembrokeshire’s crown, set in a spectacular location with secluded sandy beaches and coves just a short distance away.

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