Tea House Bothy: This one-room retreat is located in a broad valley and is open to the public. Whether tourists stop by for a short bite to eat or stay the night under the green roof, this petite yet charming getaway is guaranteed to provide a memorable experience for every traveler.
The Lookout: The Rubha Hunish, a peninsula that dips into the ocean in a jagged fringe of rock, is Skye's northernmost point. A modest bothy known as the Lookout sits on the rocks overlooking this peninsula.
Because of the spectacular views of the surrounding sea and islands of Harris and Lewis, this tower served as a former coastguard watch post in the early twentieth century. It was no longer needed in the 1970s, therefore it was turned into a whale-watching location.
The Mermaid Inn: The Mermaid Inn was a famous alehouse among sailors throughout the Middle Ages, giving delicious beverages and accommodation. It was established in the quaint town of Rye in the 12th century. It was rebuilt and renovated in the 1420s and 16th centuries, and its area was dubbed Mermaid Street after it at one time.
The Inn is also well-known for its reputation as a haunted hotel, with at least five rooms boasting their own ghost stories. The spirits of Hawkhurst smugglers are said to roam the premises at night, and a lady in white has been seen sitting beside the fireplace in the James Room, the Kingsmill Room's now-removed chair would often rock independently, and a lady in white has been seen sitting beside the fireplace in the James Room. While the current owner has not personally witnessed any paranormal activity, she claims to have met a number of visitors who were terrified by something they saw in their rooms.
St Briavels Century: Today, St Briavels Castle is regarded as one of England's most haunted castles, with numerous reports of supernatural activity from visitors and guests, including a baby crying in King John's Bedroom, restless spirits of prisoners in the Hanging Room, a grey lady wandering the corridor, and poltergeist phenomena throughout the structure.
Nobu Hotel: Nobu Hotel London Portman Square, located in the heart of central London's trendy Marylebone neighborhood, offers 249 guest rooms and suites, as well as world-class dining options such as Nobu Restaurant, Nobu Bar & Nobu Terrace, and the casual restaurant and bar The Lounge.
The hotel also has a magnificent ballroom and conference facilities, as well as Nobu Wellness & Fitness and the first Nobu Pilates Reformer studio in the world.
The Nobu Hotel London Portman Square offers a variety of accommodations, from opulent suites with expansive living spaces and views of the London skyline to contemporary yet intimate rooms, ideal for an overnight stay in the city. Each bedroom is inspired by the historic English garden in nearby Portman Square, utilising the natural materials, textures, and tranquilly of this urban retreat.
Amba Marble Arch: a one-of-a-kind hotel in a fantastic central London location, whether you're on a work trip or just passing through.
During your stay, you can anticipate perfect comfort and great service. We're confident you'll love your stay at one of the top hotels near Hyde Park, with superb modern amenities and features, as well as comfortable, modern rooms and knowledgeable staff.
Amba Marble Arch is at a wonderful location, just a short walk from retail hubs such as Oxford Street, Regent Street, and Mayfair, as well as a number of notable London sites such as Madame Tussauds.
Relax and have a fantastic dinner in the fabulous restaurant or bar when you return to the hotel after a hard day out, or pick up something from the deli.