The Hatton Collection
The Hatton Collection of Hotels were conceived by our late Chairman and Founder, Mr Arthur Raymond Hiscox.
ChÂteau la Chaire Hotel
The 'best luxury small hotel in the Channel Islands'
An historic country house, the elegant Château La Chaire has been enhanced and transformed into a luxury 14 bedroom hotel providing exceptional levels of comfort and service. Many of the bedrooms feature balconies overlooking the remains of the famous terraced gardens. The Chateau lies on the edge of Rozel Bay fishing village and is ideal for both luxury holidays and short breaks. An 'AA'Top 200 Hotel' 4 AA Stars and 2 restaurant Rosettes.
Hatton Court Hotel
''Contemporary country house with the Cotswolds warmest welcome'
Set high on an escarpment overlooking the Severn Vale this 45 bedroom country house hotel lies between the Cathedral City of Gloucester and Regency Cheltenham. Hatton Court provides the right balance between traditional hotel service and all the benefits you would expect from a contemporary hotel. The Tara Restaurant is renowned locally. An ideal place from which to explore the Cotswolds
The Corner House Hotel
'A new breed of hotel for the centre of Taunton'
Within walking distance of the centre of Somerset's County town, this 44 bedroom hotel has been transformed to meet the demands of the modern day traveller. 'Budget boutique' was one observer's comment. The recent addition of the Taunton Wine and Sausage eating rooms has been well received by hotel residents and locals alike. Ideal for business or pleasure.
The White Hart Inn
Eat, drink and flop in historic Winchcombe
To some it's a pub, others a hotel. Situated at the heart of the village of Winchcombe near Cheltenham, this 'restaurant with rooms' (there are 8) offers the very best of British food and an excellent wine list. Visit the wine shop and try the famous sausages in the Winchcombe Wine and Sausage Restaurant. A perfect place to visit or stay if you love walking or visiting Cheltenham races.
The Beehive Inn
' Iconic pub in Cheltenham's fashionable Montpellier district'
Known as the village pub of Montpellier with its bustling bar and restaurant. Real Ale and a wide range of ciders compliment a wide range of wines. Described by many as a 'proper pub', The Beehive is a local institution and the restaurant - "Upstairs at The Beehive" is quickly following suit. Strangers aren't strangers for long here. An ideal place to visit before and after Cheltenham's many festivals.