Hotel group Coast & Country (part of the Shearings Leisure Group) and Hearst UK's Country Living magazine have announced a partnership to open two 'Country Living Hotels' over the coming months.

The new partnership sees two of Coast & Country's most iconic properties, The Lansdown Grove in Bath and The St George in Harrogate, undergo an extensive refurbishment before being rebranded as 'Country Living Hotels, exclusively by Coast & Country'.

Created and designed in conjunction with the team behind the magazine, the two hotels aim to bring the Country Living brand, and all that it epitomises, to life. Guests can expect beautifully designed rooms, locally sourced seasonal food and drink, relaxing surroundings and comfy sofas for the chance to escape from everyday life.

The Country Living team have handpicked every detail - from stylish bathrooms to menus inspired by producers and features from the magazine. Both hotels sit in period buildings with classic high ceilings and fine original features, and every interior design detail from the front door and the stylish bars, to the welcoming rooms has been carefully considered to create a welcoming atmosphere blending country charm with luxurious modern facilities.

The Country Living Lansdown Grove Hotel in Bath (55 bedrooms) is due to reopen in late May and the Country Living St George Hotel in Harrogate (90 bedrooms) is scheduled to open in early July. Agents will be able to book Shearings Holidays self-drive short break packages or bespoke coach breaks that will be tailor-made around the Country Living brand.

For example, a coach break at the Country Living St George Hotel in Harrogate will include unique experiences such as a visit to Harewood House, home of the Queen’s cousin and a guided tour of the RHS Harlow Carr Gardens by a ‘friend of the garden’ plus a cream tea at the onsite Bettys Café Tea Room. Prices are from £379 per person for a five-day coach break.

For further information see shearingsagent.com

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