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'19nov27The Fife Arms
This impressive former Victorian coaching inn in the Scottish Highlands has freshly undergone a complete renovation. Hotel Fife Arms is located within the pristine nature of the Cairngorms National Park in a historic village called Braemar. This place hosts the Braemar Gathering every year since 1832 at The Princess Royal ...
Located in the heart of London close to where the old Thames flows. This hotel is in a Victorian building dating from 1885 and is walking distance from the best bits of London including Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and the City. A recent renovation has brought everything up to date. ...
In Wales there are a lot of stone Victorian public buildings that are no longer used. Rather than tear them down people have been converting them into homes. Capel Pentwyn is such a property and is available to hire for self-catering groups. Revamped while keeping original features, the interior is ...
As you approach the Ardanaiseig Hotel, you can feel the magic and lore of the Scottish highlands. Located on the shores of Loch Awe and in the shadow of Ben Cruachan, the land on which the hotel stands is steeped in local myths and legends. As you walk the halls ...
*Amazing warehouse restoration* In order to avoid the tourist traps of central London, the savvy traveler would stay in Shoreditch. It is close to London’s best attractions and is the heart of the city’s art world. Shoreditch was an industrial area in the early 20th Century before capitalism went on ...
This perfect example of Victorian engineering has been well preserved since it was built in 1871. Back in the 19th Century the Prince of Wales got sick with Typhoid from drinking unclean water so the tower was commissioned to serve the Royal Sandringham Estate with clean water. The 60 foot ...
The Gladstone Hotel was first opened in 1889 and is the oldest hotel in Toronto. Starting out life as luxury accommodation for the privileged classes, it was then owned and operated by a lively widow and her 13 children. The hotel eventually fell into disrepair until it became known as ...