The best new hotels in England this summer

the best new hotels in england this summer

ccording to the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, the earliest date from which hotels can open for overnight stays in England is 17 May, meaning hotel trips could be back on the cards.

This, and the news that mixing, with continued social distancing, subject to the rule of six or two-household limit will also be possible from the same date, means that hotels are gearing up to open their doors again, providing lockdown restrictions continue to ease. Given the ever-changing situation, it’s worth checking the hotel’s policy on cancellations (due to a change in government guidance, or personal Covid-related circumstances) as most are offering rebooking or refund options. 

The good news is there are plenty of exciting new properties to choose from. Here are nine of the best…

The Harper, Langham, Norfolk 

This boutique newbie in a quaint village a short drive from the unspoilt beaches of Norfolk’s Champagne Coast, slated for a 17 May opening, ticks off both countryside and coast. A glass factory reimagined as a 32-room hotel, the hotel has artfully designed rooms that channel modern rural with oak flooring, cube-look four poster beds, eco-friendly Buffy bedding and cocktails in the mini bar…

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