The Very Best Places to Stay in the UK

(PRWEB) July 24, 2006 — We are delighted to announce the launch of, a guide to luxury hotels and bed & breakfasts and the leading gardens, historic houses, attractions and museums & galleries throughout the UK. The website is accompanied by a series of hardcopy guides. and the accompanying series of hardcopy guides offer an unrivaled selection of the best places to stay and visit in Britain.

Leading journalists, Daisy Finer and Stephen Anderton have written the guide descriptions. Listings have been selected by specialists and the hotels are subject to inspection.

Visitors to the site can create a unique personalised itinerary on the Britain’s Finest website using the ‘My Trip’ feature.

This series of hardcopy guides are the perfect companion to any journey and this season’s ‘must have’ for any glove compartment. features over 300 4 star, 5 star and luxury hotels each sharing very high standards of food, service, accommodation and ambiance. These hotels, which have all been inspected, include boutique hotels, country house hotels, country hotels, castle hotels, golf hotels and spa hotels. features over 450 luxury bed & breakfasts throughout Britain. These B&Bs, which are subject to inspection, include country house B&Bs, village house B&Bs, farmhouse B&Bs, and town house B&Bs. features over 250 major museums and art galleries of national and local importance with appeal to all ages. The broad range of museums, all displaying outstanding collections, includes natural history museums, Egyptian museums, social history museums, science museums, military museums, toy museums and many more subjects. The art galleries have superb collections of art ranging from ancient times to the 21st-century. features over 250 outstanding historic houses, castles, stately homes and palaces ranging from National Trust, Scottish National Trust and English Heritage properties to houses that have been occupied by the same family for hundreds of years, many of whom are members of the Historic Houses Association. These historic houses possess wonderful and diverse architecture and often have excellent art collections on public display. features over 300 special gardens to visit throughout Britain, carefully selected by The Times’ gardener and broadcaster Stephen Anderton. Included are gardens of every size and kind, from parkland to cottage gardens, from botanic to flower gardens, from topiary to rock gardens, from arboretums to woodland gardens, from sculpture to modern gardens and from walled to landscape gardens. Many of these gardens have restaurants and plant stores. features over 200 attractions. Take the children for a day of fun at aquariums & sea life centres, sporting museums, steam railways, theme parks & adventure parks, and wildlife parks & zoos. Enjoy the displays at aviation centres, car & transport museums, ships, boats & dockyards. Explore the interesting sights at cathedrals & abbeys, living history, open air & working museums, pottery & China centres and shopping markets.

Hardcopy guides can be purchased for £3 each or £9.99 for the series at or by calling 0800 387342.

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