May Bank Holiday

Where to escape for the May Bank Holiday for style and luxury? 

With an emphasis on design and style we have picked a selection of hotels that are definitely worth a visit to relax and enjoy the May Bank Holiday.


The George in Rye, East Sussex

The George in Rye in located in the beautiful and historic town of Rye in East Sussex.  The picturesque town of Rye is a haven for those interested in interiors, antiques and architecture with all of these in abundance as you stroll around the historic town.  The George Hotel certainly plays a key role in this with exceptional interiors with an emphasis on ensuring all rooms have their own style.  Don't forget to dine at the The George too!

The Artist Residence, Brighton 

The Artist Residence in Brighton is a town house hotel with 23 bedrooms located in the historic Regency Square with beautiful sea views over the West Pier.  The decor is rustic and eclectic giving the hotel a fun vibrant feel throughout and with 2 restaurants and 2 cocktail bars in house it will be hard to drag yourself away. 

The Olde Bell, Hurley

As one of the oldest Inns in the world The Olde Bell has retained the essence of the traditional English hospitality with a contemporary take on the interiors design by Ilse Crawford. Ilse Crawford has created a beautiful mix of simple neutral tones, vintage Ercol chairs and solid oak tables to retain the historic elements of the charming building whilst paying careful attention to the small details for guests.  The restaurant serves simple and rustic menu with an emphasis on local and organic ingredients. Just 40 minutes from London it is ideal for an overnight treat!

The Scarlett, Mawgan Porth 

The Scarlett Hotel is the ultimate in coastal escapism with luxurious interiors, sensational views, spa and gourmet cuisine. Billed as a "grown-ups only" hotel for the ultimate escape to get away and recharge your batteries. An ideal location to get away from it all and relax.

Wishing you all a great Bank Holiday