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Simple Scandivanian pleasures with an extraordinary style heritage

Danish born interior designer Julie Simonsen, keeps some truly stunning style and design company. Amongst the natural and simplistic setting, reside design icons, so subtly integrated that it’s experientially akin to finding a Van Gogh in your kitchen cupboard.

Classic British Heritage in the Glorious Garden of England

Situated in the glorious Garden of England, commanding spectacular views from its magnificent hilltop location, The Royal Wells Hotel is steeped in Victorian elegance, features and history.William Hollands Cuprosa Bateau bath with Tin interior was selected for the Royals Wells Feature room, adding an element of grandeur and luxury to the designs classic elegance.

A Residence fit for Royalty

Formerly the residence of the historic Pemberton Family, the estate has recently undergone a magical and magnificent transformation. Decadently spacious rooms combine all the luxury of modern comfort with sympathetic hints to the buildings historic past through key features, such as four poster beds with modern geometric lines, sumptuous rich fabrics, and of course an opulent freestanding copper bath .

From Bath to Bed!

Open plan living has brought the bath back into the bedroom and the craftsmanship this has inspired has taken baths into the realm of luxury design.

The Wheatsheaf - Rustic, artisan charm in the heart of the Cotswolds

Passionate about all things interesting and artisan, The Wheatsheaf is a lovingly restored 17th century stone coaching inn set in the heart of the Cotswolds at the market town of Northleach.

Industrial, Traditional and Quintessentially British

Former ballet dancer, fashion model and now award winning interior designer and founder of Interior Desires, Rebecca James liberates a West London home from suffocating decadence, to simple industrial, traditional luxe.

Our favourite kind of 'Crazy'

Eccentric, eclectic and oozing with pazazz there is, quite simply, nowhere else on earth quite like the Crazy Bear Hotel.