Hartwell House (pictured) near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire is a very special place. Not only has it been painstakingly restored over two decades, it is one of three properties recently donated to the National Trust by Historic House Hotels- one of the largest such donations ever made.
Hartwell was once the home of the exiled King Louis XVIII of France and is now a fabulous luxury hotel with spa and 90 acres of parkland. Its sister hotels are Bodysgallen Hall near Llandudno in North Wales and Middlethorpe Hall on the outskirts of York. All three are members of Pride of Britain and continue to offer dignified hospitality at sensible prices.
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