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There is something deeply traditional about the Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa. Maybe it’s the setting of it, down a mile-long avenue of lime and beech trees, or maybe it’s the unapologetically old-school feel of the 1720 Georgian mansion, all honey-stoned and canopied four-poster beds in rooms that are as classic as they come. There is no pretense to be chasing shiny bells and whistles here; the hotel aims to deliver a quintessential home away from home experience in pretty Cotswolds, and boy does it deliver, from the brilliant- and locally sourced- food served in the chandelier-lit (and Michelin-starred) Hywel Jones restaurant, to its spa complex by ESPA with breathtaking visuals of the surrounding estate. The hotel also boasts a charming library of crinkly old books, an equestrian centre that carries on its history as a former stud farm, and a cooking school if you ever wanted to learn how to make your own fillets of Wiltshire beef when you get home. For an old-school retreat in the English countryside, and a chance to break away from the stress of everyday life, the Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa is a portal to another world.