Four new staycation destinations we’re booking this summer

With staycations steadily on the rise and freedom on the horizon, we’re looking to maximise the best of what the UK has to offer this summer travel season. [...]

With staycations steadily on the rise and freedom on the horizon, we’re looking to maximise the best of what the UK has to offer this summer travel season. With so many fabulous coaching inns, townhouse properties, and beachfront rentals on offer – we’ve curated some of our favourite new UK openings to add some newness to your summer travel plans.

Bradley Hare, Wiltshire

Located amidst the charming villages and market towns of Wiltshire, the soon-to-be opened Bradley Hare promises to be the UK’s cosiest new country inn. The Bradley Hare is located in the Duke of Somerset’s Estate and offers 12 uniquely and welcoming bedrooms and elevated pub food. The Bradley Hare is the brainchild of ex-European Design Director for Soho House James Thurstan Waterworth and F&B Entrepreneur Andrew Kelly and offers a friendly and welcoming ‘dine anywhere’ atmosphere that is perfect for a relaxing weekend getaway.

Weekend rates will start from £130 per room per night including breakfast. For more information visit thebradleyhare.co.uk.

The Treehouse at Beacon Hill, Northumberland

Tucked away on the southside of a beautiful 40 acre beechwood forest, Beacon Hill’s minimalist Treehouse is certainly a cabin with a difference. This beautiful property is clad in burnt Siberian larch and sits high on Corten steel columns. It also has a small balcony perfect for a morning coffee surrounded by nature. Floor-to-ceiling windows maximise the breath-taking natural surroundings. Perfect for getting lost in the wild.

A three night stay for two guests in the treehouse is £750, fully inclusive of everything Beacon Hill has to offer. For more information visit www.premiercottages.co.uk.

The Pheasant Inn, Hungerford

While not exactly a ‘new’ opening, the (wonderfully dog-friendly) Pheasant Inn is welcoming three new bedrooms this May and it is certainly worth shouting about. The Pheasant Inn boasts a 450 year-rich history in hospitality and today, under the helm of hotelier Jack Greenall, the Inn offers cosy, yet luxurious accommodation truncated with a flavoursome food offering too.

Rooms at the Pheasant Inn start from £105 per night. For more information visit www.thepheasant-inn.co.uk.

Sun Street Hotel

The Sun Street Hotel is the newest property in the Bespoke Hotels portfolio and is set to take over the City of London this August. The property spans six Georgian townhouses and five floors, designed by 19th century architect George Dance the Younger. The hotel will offer 41 bedrooms including seven suites designed by Bowler James Brindley. It will also offer a stylish new restaurant, bar and private member’s club, and is shaping up to be one of the City’s most sought-after staycation destinations.

Nightly rates at Sun Street Hotel start from £275 on a bed & breakfast basis. For reservations and information visit www.sunstreethotel.com

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