There are some fantastic boutique hotels in England where you can stay without breaking the bank.  You’re more than likely to spend at least one night in London, the country’s buzzing capital city.  Prices here are notoriously expensive particularly around Mayfair and Kensington, but if you’re after a more genuine experience head to Camberwell one of London’s up and coming neighbourhoods, which is about 20 minutes from the centre of town by bus or underground.  The Church Street Hotel is absolutely delightful – a colourful and cosy Latin American themed boutique hotel with 27 rooms located in a converted townhouse in the heart of Camberwell.

A visit out to the West Country is an absolute must, rolling green hills, historic villages and the incredible ancient spectacle at Stonehenge. The majestic Georgian city of Bath has some great hotels, Brooks Guesthouse is our top pick, and offers a charming a peaceful stay right in the centre of town.  A short drive out to the picture perfect green fields and chocolate box villages of Cotswolds.  No 38 The Park, is a great new boutique hotel in the charming town of Cheltenham, a great place to base your self to explore the surrounding villages and countryside.

The south coast of England is beautiful.  Whether you are going for the long sandy beaches in Dorset, the medieval town of Rye or the quirky city of Brighton – there are plenty of great budget boutique hotels along the way.  For more details check out Doris & Dicky’s Top 10 Budget Boutique Hotels in England.

A visit to the north of England should also be on your agenda.  Liverpool – home to the Beatles, Rod Hull the infamous Cavern Club – and voted European City of Culture, is a great place to start.  The Nadler Hotel is a crisp, modern boutique hotel housed in a converted printworks in the centre of the city.   A trip out to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales comes highly recommended.  The family run Traddock Hotel in Austwick is a rather comfortable place to stay and is the perfect place from which to venture out across the Dales.

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