Ten of the finest Hotels and Restaurants outside London have joined together to establish a training opportunity for anyone setting out on their career in the industry to become among the finest Hotel Managers in the British Isles.
Hotel and Restaurant Partners on the Ten out of Ten Programme
A very special place, Chewton Glen is a proud member of Relais & Châteaux, is one of the finest luxury hotels in the UK and has been voted ‘Best Hotel for Service in the UK’ and listed as one of the ‘World’s Best Hotels’ by Conde Nast Traveller readers in 2012.
The unsurpassed heritage of effortlessly gracious English hospitality and the balance between heritage and evolution is what makes Chewton Glen a 5 red star luxury Hampshire country house hotel and spa that constantly surprises…
The hotel offers 26 individually styled luxurious bedrooms. Northcote’s restaurant is renowned for its fine cuisine and serves traditional Lancashire recipes with a modern twist, created from local produce. To add to the experience, the Chef’s Table, in the kitchen, offers insights into how the kitchen really operates, and the Cookery School provides a unique and intimate experience where you can learn new skills and dishes in a Michelin star kitchen.
Each bedroom is named after an iconic wine from around the world. The Vineyard has 49 bedrooms, 32 of which are suites that feature spacious lounge areas, generous marble bathrooms and all the goodies you’d expect.
As well as owning a world class winery in California, owner sir Peter Michael is also an enthusiastic patron of the arts. The Vineyard is home to over 500 pieces of Sir Peter’s art collection, which can be seen throughout the hotel.
One of the world’s iconic luxury hotels, this grand stately home is set in the heart of the Berkshire countryside, surrounded by 376 acres of magnificent National Trust managed Grade I listed formal gardens and parkland. Cliveden has wonderful panoramic views over the River Thames and is one of the finest luxury hotels near London and Heathrow Airport.
This tradition of fine hospitality and entertainment continues today. Never out of fashion, Cliveden remains elegantly decadent. Its refined grandeur makes a memorable backdrop, whatever the poison…
There are 35 individually designed rooms to choose from, including suites for couples andaccommodation for families. Choose from The Gumstool Inn for pub meals or The Conservatory Restaurant for finer cuisine. For well-being and relaxation, Calcot Spa offers fabulous facilities and classic treatments and The Barn with its meeting rooms, spacious courtyards and facilities is perfect for business events, weddings and entertaining.
Loved by the locals and cherished by guests, Calcot Manor is a friendly place that guarantees everyone a warm welcome. We just want you to enjoy yourself, be yourself and please yourself. After all, that’s what staying somewhere special.
Situated in the picturesque Oxfordshire village of Great Milton, it is also one of the country’s most cherished manor house hotels, with 32 individually designed guest rooms and suites.
The hotel received two Michelin stars in 1984, the first year of its opening, and, remarkably, has held them ever since.
Surrounded by lawns, flower borders and orchards, the luxury hotel enjoys an idyllic, typically English setting. But beyond the eye-catching displays are vegetable and herb gardens that provide the kitchen – and the acclaimed Raymond Blanc Cookery School – with ultra-fresh, organic produce, ensuring the Michelin-star restaurant remains at the cutting edge of culinary excellence.
Rudding Park features 90 bedrooms, two restaurants, kitchen garden, residents’ gym, private cinema, golf courses and golf academy and an events and meetings venue. The latest development, Rudding Park Spa, which opened May 2017 recaptures Harrogate’s spa heritage and using natural waters from the grounds at Rudding Park. The Spa offers a Roof Top Spa and Garden offering extensive range of thermotherapy and hydrotherapy experiences with views over the gardens. It also features an indoor pool, juniper log sauna, bucket shower, mud rasul, manicure, pedicure and makeup bar, hair studio, retail therapy, Horto cafe and restaurant and four mind and sense zones to enhance wellbeing following a treatment.
The resort sits within 375 acres, on a curve in the River Tees and offers a range of activities onsite including fishing, cycling and falconry. This September Rockliffe Hall will launch ‘Mischmasch’ a new parkland inspired by Lewis Carroll, who spent some of his childhood in nearby Croft. Features include an Alice in Wonderland themed nature trail, a large adventure playground, interactive water fountains, six arctic pods, tennis courts, a glasshouse and walled kitchen garden.
Rockliffe Hall’s location makes it a perfect luxury base for exploring the delights of northern England and we are committed to providing exceptional experiences to each and every one of our guests. The fantastic team help to make every moment count for our guests, creating memories which are unrivalled, exceptional and individual…
Whatley Manor was originally built in the 19th century and formed part of an estate including the farm and was called Twatley Manor. Rear Admiral Reginald Neeld, his wife Beatrix and daughter lived in the house in the period 1899-1924. The estate was bought in 1925 by H.C. Cox, a Canadian, deputy master of the Beaufort Hunt who used the estate to hunt added more land to it. Cox altered the inside farmhouse, added a west wing now called the Tudor wing and greatly extended the stable courtyard and built the coach house. He also laid out ornamental gardens and a small park. In 1937 it was sold to Priscilla Coriat and her husband who owned it until 1957. In 1961 the estate was divided by R.J. Rennie. In 1987 Whatley Manor became a hotel for the first time.
During this time Marco and Alix Landolt stayed at Whatley Manor whilst visiting their son Christian who was competing at The Badminton Horse Trials. The beauty of this place inspired them and when Whatley Manor came up for sale in 2000 they acquired it, restored it painstakingly and brought it back to its former glory. The manor house is a Grade 2 listed building. 12 acres of land has been transformed into 26 distinctive gardens, many of them based on the original 1920’s plans.
The vision was to create a hotel that becomes a destination in its own right, where the quality of accommodation, facilities, and service add up to an experience that is supremely relaxing and enjoyable and where quality and attention to detail remain key.
Whatley Manor is a new kind of hotel, a place exquisitely calculated to restore both mind and body to a new harmony. It opened its doors on 1st July 2003 and has become the place grown out of a passion for guests to relax.