In celebration of St George’s Day TripAdvisor has put together a list of some of the top hotels in England named after the country’s very own patron saint.

TripAdvisor spokesperson, Emma Shaw, said: “St George’s day often passes us by with little celebration so what better way to mark the occasion than by staying in a hotel named after the saint himself.

“These hotels come tried, tested and highly recommended by TripAdvisor travellers.”

St George’s Court, Grantley, North Yorkshire

St George’s Court

Located in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, St George’s Court is a working farm. Rooms have a cottage style feel with their own front doors leading out on to the courtyard. The 20-acre farm has a small fishing lake along with an abundance of natural wildlife to enjoy. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “The standard of the rooms would put many 5-star hotels to shame.”

K+K Hotel George, London

K+K Hotel George

A Victorian town house, K+K Hotel George is situated in London’s borough of Kensington. Rooms boast top quality mattresses and duck down duvets and the classic English garden and four patio areas provide an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “Great location, nice neighbourhood, quiet, near the tube, some very good restaurants, quality furnishings, heated bathroom, and a breakfast buffet we could not believe.”

The George of Stamford, Stamford, Lincolnshire

The George of Stamford

Steeped in history, this hotel is thought to have been standing in 947 A.D and retains the charm and atmosphere of its long history including a medieval crypt underneath the cocktail bar. The hotel has 47 individually designed rooms. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “A beautiful British and well respected hotel. Perfect for all meal times with excellent food and atmosphere. Its location is perfect being bang in the centre.”

The George Hotel, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

The George Hotel

Built in the 1840s, The George is one of Cheltenham’s finest Regency hotels and the original features complement the hotel’s renovated and contemporary interior. Guests can dine in the award-winning brasserie or take advantage of the hotel’s central location and stroll into town. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “Wow, an amazing, welcoming and stylish hotel close to all the shops, bars and attractions. Everything about this hotel is excellent.”

George Hotel, Hathersage, Derbyshire

George Hotel

Once an old coaching inn, the George Hotel is 500 years old and situated in the stunning peak district. Rooms boast four-poster beds and luxury furnishings. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “This hotel is really charming, and the staff were unfailingly helpful and friendly. Nothing was too much trouble for them.”

The George Hotel, Portsmouth, Hampshire

The George Hotel

The hotel is just 300 yards from Portsmouth Harbour Railway Station where you can board the Gosport Ferry or the WightLink fast catamaran to the Isle of Wight. Conveniently situated just yards from the historic dockyard, guests can enjoy its museums and collection of historic ships including the first ironclad – HMS Warrior, Nelson’s own ship – HMS Victory and the oldest of them all – Henry VIII’s flagship the Mary Rose. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “Good clean rooms, fresh and airy and the food is delicious.”

The George Hotel & Brasserie, Buckden, Cambridgeshire

The George Hotel & Brasserie

This hotel is situated in the historic village of Buckden, a tiny village between St Neots and Huntingdon where Henry VIII sent Catherine of Aragon to live after their divorce.  Each of the 12 beautifully designed bedrooms are named after a different George, including George Orwell and George Best. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “I stayed here recently and had such a nice time. Big room which was beautifully decorated (and with a nice view of the courtyard garden), lovely food in the restaurant and great staff.”

The George Hotel, Kilsby, Northamptonshire

The George Hotel

Opened in the 1840’s, The George Hotel has been sympathetically maintained, retaining much of its original charm. There are six rooms available comprising of single, twin and triple rooms. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “The food is very good and the menu has several vegetarian options for main courses which is great. The restaurant has a nice feel to it and the service is excellent.”

Royal George Hotel, Birdlip, Gloucesterhshire

The Royal George

Built around an original 17th century Cotswold stone building, the Royal George Hotel is set on 27 acres of grounds on the Cotswold hills. The hotel offers 34 en-suite rooms including feature rooms which open out on to the garden. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “Good room, nice and big at back of hotel with small garden leading to lovely countryside. Handy for our dog - love this hotel.”

The George, Hatherleigh, Devon

The George

The George Hotel is an 11-bedroom hotel located in a charming old building just off the market square of Hatherleigh and has recently undergone a £2.5 million refurbishment. An old country hotel, The George is complete with thatched roof and rooms include doubles and superiors with four poster beds. As one TripAdvisor traveller commented, “Fantastic room, very nice food at reasonable price and friendly, chatty staff.”

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