Getting back to luxury stays

Luxury Stay
September 14, 2020 / Posted by Cheryl Brunwin / in Health & safety / 1028 Views

What a great time to take advantage of quiet luxury hotels for a high-end, unforgettable experience! Many hotels up and down the country are preparing for guests and visitors again as restrictions are gradually relaxed. We would like to encourage our clients to have confidence in our recommended hotels – especially 4* deluxe & 5* properties – to relax and be wowed by their facilities. The level of service provided would be second to none with full attention focused on guests whilst fulfilling the government guideline of social distancing and face coverings.

Dormy House is a country retreat within the Cotswold’s, perched high above the picturesque village of Broadway. This cozy manor house benefits from stunning countryside views, various dining experiences and a top-notch luxury spa with sun terrace. Dormy House has procedures in place to ensure this property is safe for guests and a relaxed place to come and wind down. Face coverings must be worn in public spaces with the 1-metre plus social distancing guidance in place. Dormy House is now open and they have spent great care maintaining and adapting to keep guests and staff safe.

Another luxury hotel ready and waiting for your arrival is The Ned in London. They are treating the safety of guests and employees as their top priority and gradually opening facilities across the hotel in order to manage each facility effectively. The Ned has a traditional décor with many experiences to take part in, ideally located within the heart of the city. The Ned has grand bedrooms and meeting space and restaurants with bags of character, spacious enough to help them adapt to social distancing guidelines and to comply with the ‘less than 30 attendees’ rule for conferences and meetings.

Another hotel favorite who has adapted to the new guidelines is The Vineyard, located in Berkshire with a 30,000 bottle wine cellar for guests to enjoy. The Vineyard has created an outdoor fine-dining experience, called Inside Out, by relocating inside dining to a unique bohemian pavilion on their spacious lawn. The Pavilion is suitable for all weather and is large enough to comply with government guidelines. Being outdoors, guests have the luxury of not wearing face coverings and will also still feel safe and relaxed.

It’s vital for us to support one another, stay safe and gain confidence in booking venues again. Luxury properties have high-end service and bags of attention to detail, so government guidelines will all be at the forefront of their minds. All hotels are making the effort to adapt effectively for guests to feel safe, so why not contact our team of superhero’s at and book your relaxed get away!