From vast stretches of beautiful countryside to delightful cities brimming with culture, England has always been a country of contrasts. Dotted with golden beaches and lush parks, woodlands nestled next to iconic museums and overflowing with lively entertainment venues, the hidden treasures of England reveal themselves with charming regularity.
Explore its diverse character and scenic beauty with Coast & Country Hotels. Situated in some of the country’s most delightful locations, and home to a rich heritage, our hotels encapsulate the land’s incredible wonder where you stay with us.
Whether it’s the quirky appeal of The Charlecote Pheasant or The George Hotel’s countryside idyll, our locations are positioned in premium locations, turning refreshing getaways into unforgettable experiences.
We’re proud to be part of these welcoming communities, making sure the enchanting warmth and delightful charms of England are felt throughout our hotels. Letting you experience local life during your stay is what makes Coast & Country unique. The focus is on the little things; getting back to nature and exploring the undiscovered. Think of us as a detox from modern life, somewhere to reboot and refresh, whilst enjoying amazing new experiences.
Re-visit old haunts and discover new favourites against the backdrop of rolling hills, romantic restaurants, and traditional pubs from all corners of the country. Steeped with a literary history that’s second to none, our hotels are located close to a huge selection of National Trust properties like Sissinghurst Castle and the home of Beatrix Potter. Combine this with an ambience that’s at once relaxed and vibrant, there’s something for everyone here, from rambler to relaxer.
Like the sound of experiencing England in a new light? Take a look at our selection of hotels here, or view the packages and offers that await you on our dedicated page. A break by the coast or some time in the country, our flexibility means you can tailor your stay your way
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