Stay in a Historical Building | Storied Collection Locations
Keen to discover the most beautiful stately home hotels in the UK?
Storied Collection work with a range of properties that offer a truly royal experience; keep reading to discover just a few of the amazing stately home hotels that are part of the ever-growing collection:
Stately Home Hotels | Cally Palace
Cally Palace is a luxury 18th century mansion set in the stunning Scottish countryside. The magnificent hotel is steeped in history, having been passed through the hands of many noble families over the years.
The impressive estate boasts some 150 acres of land, in which the stately home hotel sits proudly. The solid oak doors, marble pillars and ornate ceiling of the house all afford a sense of grandeur, offering guests an elegant yet comfortable stay.
Stately Home Hotels | Meldrum House
A large stately home hotel in the heart of the Aberdeenshire countryside, Meldrum House was built in the 13th century.
It was inhabited by members of the noble Stewart, Seton, Urquhart and Meldrum families before becoming a hotel in 1954.
With plenty to explore as well as luxurious rooms, delicious dining and an incredible outdoor covered bar, Meldrum House is the perfect place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Stately Home Hotels | The Royal Crescent
For a regal break away from the stresses of everyday life, The Royal Crescent in Bath is a beautiful and unique option.
Featured in the popular Netflix show Bridgerton, The Royal Crescent comprises 45 bedrooms, several impressive dining options and a professional spa which will leave guests feeling relaxed and refreshed.
Steeped in rich history, guests can explore the many wonderful places Bath has to offer before retreating to the luxurious Royal Crescent hotel for the night.
For more information about some of the incredible properties across England, Scotland and Ireland, please take a look at the Storied Collection website.
Alternatively, why not read our previous blog to discover more historic hotels?