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The Calcot Collection achieves success in Hoteliers' Hotels Top 100 list of 2017

Luxury hotel group The Calcot Collection has been awarded for its excellence and outstanding service in the 2017 Hoteliers' Hotels Top 100.

The Calcot Collection has received quadruple success for its stable of Cotswold hotels in the 2017 Hoteliers' Hotels Top 100, which were unveiled by renowned hospitality magazine The Caterer.

The Calcot Collection’s trio of Cotswold establishments,Calcot Manor, Barnsley House and The Painswick, all feature in the 2017 list, along with its Northumberland-based hotel, The Lord Crewe Arms at Blanchland.

The collection’s flagship hotel and Cotswold manor house, Calcot, occupies 30th position in the top 100 rankings, repeating its 2016 success, and was also named Family Hotel of the Year, one of six from the top 100 singled out in specific categories.

Cirencester’s Barnsley House, complete with spectacular gardens, was awarded 47th place, while The Painswick was 68th position in the highly respected and renowned hotelier list.

Complied by the UKs leading hoteliers, the distinguished award has been verified by the nation’s pre-eminent hotel experts and hotel inspectors.

The Calcot Collection’s executive chairman, Richard Ball, said: ‘It’s hugely gratifying that the entire Calcot Collection has secured such a strong foothold within the Hoteliers' Hotels Top 100. I would like to thank each hotel’s general manager and their superb teams for all their hard work and passion.’

By Jade Beard

© SoGlos
Thursday 03 August 2017

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