The Northwick Hotel - Evesham 
Waterside, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 1BT 
 
Situated in the fashionable waterside area of Evesham on the banks of the River Avon, this former 18th-century coaching inn offers a range of on-site facilities including free WIFI, modern digital conveniences and an on-site bar. 
 
With easy access to London, Bristol and Oxford from the railway station only 10 minutes away there is plenty to do in and around the area. 
 
 
Holiday Inn Leicester - Wigston 
299 Leicester Rd,Wigston Leicester, LE18 1JW 
 
A modern Leicester hotel in a beautiful corner of a smart leafy suburb near the city centre with function suites, meeting facilities, free parking and a fitness centre. 
 
With exceptional links to motorways, Leicester Train Station. and East Midlands Airport, Holiday Inn Leicester Wigston is the ideal location. 
 
 
 
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham Castle Bromwich 
1200 Chester Road, Birmingham, B35 7AF 
 
A stone's throw from the M6, Holiday Inn Express® Birmingham - Castle Bromwich hotel is ideally situated for catching a football match at Villa Park, or attending an event at the NEC. You can be at Birmingham Airport (BHX) within 20 minutes, and the hotel is four miles from Stetchford train station, with hourly connections to the city centre and London. 
 
 
Holiday Inn Express Preston South 
Reedfield Place, Bamber Bridge, Preston,  
Lancashire PR5 8AA 
Located 5 miles from Preston City centre, one mile from Bamber Bridge railway station Holiday Inn Express Preston South is centred in a place that allows ease of access to many local attractions. A short ten-minute drive to the Museum of Lancashire, meanwhile the party town of Blackpool is twenty miles from the hotel. 
 
 
 
Sure Hotel by Best Western Birmingham South 
47-49 Sherbourne Road, Acocks Green,  
Birmingham, B27 6DX 
 
Located 5 miles away from the Birmingham international Airport.. 15 minutes’ drive from the Birmingham NEC – perfect if you’re going there for a concert, conference or exhibition. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Holiday Inn Express Kettering 
Weekley Wood Avenue, Kettering,  
Northamptonshire NN14 1UD 
 
Holiday Inn Express Kettering is located a five-minute drive from Junction 7 of the A14. If arriving via motorway, the hotel is 20 minutes from the M1. Kettering town centre is a ten-minute drive by car. If you intend to visit Corby while staying here, it is only fifteen miles away. Birmingham Airport (BHX) is 50 miles from Holiday Inn Express Kettering. If you plan to travel by rail, Kettering North Railway station is a ten-minute ride by car, with hourly connections to London if you are commuting. 
 
 
Mercure Nottingham City Centre -  
The George Hotel 
2 George St, Nottingham NG1 3BP 
 
A boutique hotel that’s conveniently located in the heart of the vibrant City Centre and situated within The Lace Market – the creative sector of Nottingham. 
 
This 4 star Nottingham hotel boasts an extensive variety of bedroom designs from the compact City Pad to the unique and Curiously themed George Suite. All of the bedrooms have been uniquely designed to provide comfort with style. Unquestionably one of the most unique boutique hotels in Nottingham. 
 
 
 
 
 
Samlesbury Hotel - Preston 
Preston New Road, Samlesbury, 
Preston, PR5 OUL 
 
The Samlesbury Preston hotel, ideally located just off M6 Junction 31. The hotel is the perfect home from home base for Lancashire and the surrounding areas. 
 
The hotel has undergone a complete refurbishment throughout (Spring/ early Summer 2019) and has 80 modern, comfortable bedrooms all en-suite with rainfall showers, flat screen TV’s, tea and coffee facilities plus free Wi-Fi throughout, fully licensed restaurant and separate lounge bar, 24 hour room service, fully equipped tenants only gym, plus ample free parking for all types of vehicle plus our very own Helipad 
 
 
 
Ibis Budget Bradford 
Prince Court, Canal Road 
Bradford, BD1 4SJ 
 
Created with the budget-conscious traveller in mind, our low-cost Bradford hotel is equipped with all the mod cons, including free fibre Wi-Fi, a tasty, light breakfast to set you up for the day, and some of Bradford's friendliest people holding down the fort. Pet friendly and spotless from top to bottom, we might be affordable but we never take our eye off what's important to our guests. On site parking small fee payable. 
 
Bradford is an industrial city with its fair share of culture, nightlife, shopping and attractions. Favourite pulls include Cartwright Hall museum and Lister Park, and literature fans simply must explore the nearby Brontë Country. 
Best Western Crewe Arms Hotel 
Nantwich Road, Crewe, Cheshire East CW2 6DN 
 
A Victorian-era railway hotel, bursting to the brim with character and comfort. Nestled in the centre of Crewe . business meeting or wedding day. The first constructed railway hotel, built in 1830. The exterior of the Crewe Arms Hotel is a sight to behold, made of red brick and crested with carved reliefs. Being a railway hotel means that the building is sat next to the Crewe Railway Station. Connections to Manchester are within 50 minutes. Liverpool is 40 minutes by rail and Birmingham is a 90-minute train journey. 
 
 
 
 
 
St Giles House Hotel  
41-45 St Giles St, Norwich NR2 1JR 
 
The bustling Norwich city Centre has so much to offer; independent shops, bijou bars, yummy bakeries, the largest open air market in the country and an abundance of culture;amble through our city's ancient cobbled lanes and visit our galleries and museums. 
 
St Giles House is one of the oldest hotels in Norwich, a grade 11* listed building and was built in 1852. The reason behind it being star listed related to the 15th century undercroft in the cellar. The undercroft was at the original street level. However, this building did not start its life as a hotel. This spectacular building was originally the HQ for the London and Norwich Fire Insurance Company. After being destroyed - rather ironically by a fire in 1900/1901, the famous architect George Skipper designed a brand new HQ for their General Accident Department. 
 
The Feather's Hotel - Woodstock  
16-20 Market St, Woodstock OX20 1SX 
 
One of the most inviting hotels in Oxfordshire. It’s not easy to find a 17th century town house that embodies the best of boutique living and chic décor. Luckily for you, The Feathers is just that, an independent Oxfordshire hotel that is bursting with Cotswold charm and Oxfordshire heritage – not forgetting unique rooms and delicious food. Combining the best of Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds, you’ll find The  
 
Feathers in the heart of the historic market town of Woodstock. Close enough to the places that interest you most, join us and you can share in the spoils of our superb location. We’re lucky to be in a region that’s full of history and activity; when you’re not in awe of Blenheim Palace or punting in Oxford, you can take to the Cotswold hills or treat yourself to some retail therapy in Bicester Village. 
 
 
The Villare Hotel  
12-14 Warwick Rd, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6YT 
 
About the time that William Shakespear was sowing the seeds of his immortality; a wealthy businessman named William Tyler was taking steps to ensure his own name would be remembered by future generations. Tyler choose to endow a charity in Stratford upon Avon with the sum of £200 – in those days a small fortune – to provide for 12 poor people of the borough to pay for an annual sermon and dinner in his memory. After he died in 1665, his land including the site of The Villare Hotel was bought by a charity. 
 
The charity holding the land was once used as a nursery garden even supplying plants to Queen Victoria. Mature apple and pear trees at the rear of the hotel car park point to its use as an orchard as well. 
 
The Tyler charity trustees decided that building on the land would be a good way to increase revenues; in return for 200-year leases they insisted that tenants invest substantial sums in “houses of substance”. 
 
One such building was the first Grosvenor hotel, the name emerging about 1967 when Mr Grosvenor Williams established a bed and breakfast at number 12 Warwick Road. By 1975, the original 16-bed property had been amalgamated and linked with the property next door at number 13 to create a 49 bedroom hotel. the final addition, number 14 Warwick Road was bought and linked after 1978. 
 
Now known as The Villare Hotel Stratford Upon Avon, this historic building has been revitalised with a modern, luxury aesthetic that maintains the heritage and character embedded throughout. 
 
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