Boutique Hotels North West

The North West of England is certainly a region of contrasts, offering everything from majestic mountains and idyllic, watery expanses to contemporary cities and historic market towns. Just as the locations you can choose to stay in each have their own appeal, so too do each of the effortlessly chic boutique hotels in the North West that you can choose from with From the famously picturesque Lake District to the culturally-rewarding cities of Liverpool and Manchester, the North West offers so much.

From beautiful lakeside manors and charming country houses to stylish spa hotels and chic city centre retreats, the North West of England offers you a bountiful choice of boutique hotels, each of which is utterly sympathetic with its surroundings but rich in contemporary facilities, amenities and of course, boutique charm.

Cumbria is a county which encompasses much of the Lake District – one of the country’s most popular and beautiful regions with visitors from all over the world, as well as the UK. Lake Windermere is England’s largest natural lake and aside from a boat crossing, visitors can enjoy the beauty of the surrounding national park and cultural appeal of the picturesque towns which can be found on its shores. Keswick is another popular destination in the county, proving that it offers as much in the way of beautiful countryside as it does memorable lakes. Kirby Lonsdale is also a Cumbrian favourite and as well as being effortlessly photogenic, it boasts plenty of history, from its Norman church to the Neolithic stone circle which can be found nearby.

With its maritime, football and musical pedigree, Merseyside is one of the North West’s most rewarding destinations when it comes to cultural escapes. Liverpool will be forever associated with the Beatles and you can explore their story at The Beatles Story Museum and at the Cavern Club. The Albert Dock is one of the city’s major tourist attractions, offering a look at the city’s maritime past and plenty more besides. Nearby Speke is perhaps best known for its historic Tudor hall, which is one of the country’s finest, while Knowsley offers the chance for visitors to the region to walk on the wild side, thanks to its popular Safari Park.

Elsewhere in the region, the rolling hills and expansive moorlands of Lancashire provide some truly idyllic escapes, while the city of Manchester offers the ultimate contemporary city life experience, with expansive, modern shopping arcades, the engaging Science and Industry Museum and a number of spacious art galleries.