Ashford Castle in Ireland named best hotel in the world – Daily Mail

Ashford Castle in Ireland named best hotel in the world – Daily Mail
News from Ashford Castle in Ireland named best hotel in the world – Daily Mail:

  • The five-star Ashford Castle received the top gong from Virtuoso, a network of international travel agents
  • Located on Ireland’s second largest lake, the hotel is set on 350 acres of stunning land in County Mayo 
  • The dining room and bar were named for King George V, one of Ashford’s famous guests over the years

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Inn on the Square, Keswick, Cumbria: hotel review
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With its tea rooms and Berghaus-clad tourists, Keswick may not strike you as a destination for anyone fond of boozy late nights. But Mark Webster, manager at Inn on the Square (IOTS) insists it’s a party town, with its pubs packed at weekends. I’m there on a Wednesday and watch the local craft beer outpost, Bar Es, fill up at 11pm.

If the generally twee, tweedy Lake District is changing, 34-bedroom IOTS, from the Lake District Hotels group, is hoping to be at the forefront of that. Walkers are still the core audience, and IOTS is all set up for them: it’s dog-friendly, with a drying room for boots.

But it also has a lively second bar, the Queen’s Head (with separate entrance, dire music, pool table and TVs for live football) and prides itself on its chic, modern design and its hip steak restaurant, Brossen.

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