Little Hotels in England


A Georgian city built on Roman foundations, designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.


Who could not fall in love with Cornwall? Sunny playground or rugged beauty: the choice is yours.

The Cotswolds

Quintessentially English villages, splendid market towns, great palaces, castles and country houses, glorious natural landscapes.


One of the best areas to visit in all of England. Fantastic coasts and countryside.

East Anglia

So much to see and do, from seal-watching to ballet, from boating to steam railways.

The Isle of Wight

There is something very special about islands, and the Isle of Wight is the UK's most accessible island, within just 2 hours of half of England.

The Lake District

England's largest National Park: a magnet for lovers of the great outdoors.


The greatest capital city in the world.

The Midlands

The Heart of England

North-East England

Moors, dales and spectacular scenery in abundance. Great cities and industrial archaeology too.

North-West England

There's more than just the Lake District.

The Peak District

A world of contrasting natural beauty, with moors and dales, rivers, spas and caverns.

The South of England

There is something for everyone in the South of England: beaches, cliffs, hills, cities, castles, stately homes, and much more besides.

South-West England

So much to see.... So much to do....

The Wye Valley

An area of outstanding natural beauty ideal for walkers, nature-lovers and history-buffs.


Outstanding natural beauty on the Moors and in the Dales. Interesting cities too, in York and Harrogate.

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Reasons to visit England

Overseas visitors flock to London, and it's not hard to see why: Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, the London Eye, the Tower of London, to name just a few of the attractions. There are many other cities worthy of a visit too though: Bristol perhaps, Norwich, or maybe York.

Beyond the cities, the countryside is as varied as it is wonderful. For hills and mountains, you could choose from Dartmoor in the south-west to the Lake District in the far north. And in between there's the Cotswolds, the Peak District and much, much more besides.

As an island country, England is blessed with thousands of miles of coastline, all waiting to be explored. There are high, rugged cliffs in remote locations and long, sandy beaches with interesting towns alongside. The choices are as endless as the coast itself.