The consortium is managed by an employed Chief Executive, Peter Hancock, and his team who report to a board made up of member hoteliers, currently chaired by David Morgan-Hewitt, Managing Director at The Goring.
Hotels range in size from just 11 rooms at Airds in Scotland to over 140 at Luton Hoo in Bedfordshire, the setting for a number of famous films. Many of the properties in Pride of Britain stand in extensive grounds, such as Hartwell House in Buckinghamshire, Gravetye Manor in Sussex and The Lake in mid Wales. A few overlook the sea, including Seaham Hall, Bailiffscourt and The Thurlestone which stands above a stretch of National Trust coastline near Salcombe. For those seeking quiet solace Barnsley House in the Cotswolds and The Gilpin at Windermere are adult-only havens, while those seeking wellbeing can find it in spades at Lucknam Park or The Dormy House. The Torridon in the Scottish Highlands is our most northerly member (apart from MV Hebridean Princess when at sea). Three London hotels complete the set: The Goring, The Capital and The Arch.
When you book to stay at a Pride of Britain hotel you have the assurance that it has been inspected and approved by its fellow members of the consortium. Many are rejected at the application stage. And if you decide to call our office on 0800 089 3929 your enquiry will be handled by one of a small team of professionals who know the hotels well, can check availability and offer you the best rates.