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Article from BTNews 6 OCTOBER 2014

Good Hotel Guide 2015

The Good Hotel Guide 2015 Great Britain and Ireland, is published today (6 October), once again co-edited by Adam Raphael and Desmond Balmer.

The Guide has over 400 main entries – hotels that are considered to be the best of their type in Great Britain and Ireland, with most skilfully combining a relaxed, unstuffy and personally-run approach.  Hotels are listed alphabetically with a full review, plus a photograph and contact details.  A shortlist section with an additional 400 establishments includes untested new entries of a noteworthy standard, often in parts of the country where there is more limited choice. 

Each year 10 César awards (after César Ritz) are presented to the Guide’s most celebrated hoteliers and are announced today.  The Editor’s Choice section highlights the top 10 hotels in 15 designated categories – Discoveries, Value, Family-friendly, Seaside, Country House, Boutique City, Gourmet, Gastropubs, Dog-friendly, Walking, Weddings, Gardens, Spas, Golf and Rooms with a View. 

Hotels do not pay to be included; the editors select entries on merit alone, making judgements based on visits by a team of inspectors as well as reports from well-informed readers.  All reader reports are vigilantly monitored and graded by the editorial team based on the number of reports submitted and their accuracy.  Check the website for the winners.  www.goodhotelguide.com

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