The Manor House Hotel is where we stayed in Moreton-In-Marsh.The Manor House has a long history. The present building is believed to date back to 1545. It has private walled grounds, including a water feature and a 300-year-old mulberry tree.Moreton-in-Marsh Train Station is a 5-minute walk away. Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birth place, is a 20-minute drive away.
Austin is hot right now, with a booming tech economy and hipster appeal. But the city is not cheap — especially when considering hotels. Austin visitors can stay in stylish boutique properties that, despite their small size, pack in plenty of amenities. From a historic manor to a luxe lake retreat, here are nine stylish boutique hotels in and around Austin for $500/night or less (rates are based on May dates).
The Inn At Little Washington.Consider this gourmet getaway as American as apple pie, so long as that apple pie pairs nicely with one of the 14,000 bottles of wine in the restaurant’s massive cellar. Spend the days exploring Rappahannock County and the Town of Washington, which dates back to 1769, and the nights knocking back Barcat Oyster Slurpees and truffle-stuffed pheasant before retiring to rooms decked out with proper English Country Manor vibes.
The Castle at Skylands Manor – Ringwood, NJ Judging from the weathered stone façade and medieval architecture, you might assume The Castle at Skylands Manor was built several centuries ago and was somehow transplanted to the northern Appalachian Mountains. Actually, the building was constructed in the 1920s, and its anachronistic design—including arched doorways, a cross-gabled roof, and some Tudor Revival touches—gives the manor a certain fairy-tale charm.