In the face of Brexit uncertainty and benefiting from the weak pound, a new breed of well-designed, nature-based and locally-focused  luxury accommodation is breaking through.

This article focuses on the 5-star Hampshire hotel Chewton Glen, which has launched private treehouse suites and a family programme, seeing its age demographic dropping by 10–15 years; Heckfield Place estate, hotel, and farm; the 350-year-old stately home Cliveden House; and 800-year-old Monkey Island Estate, in Bray-on-Thames.

The resurgence is attributed to younger, wealthier, and more mobile city-dwellers getting back in touch with the land, breathing clean air, and reconnecting with green.

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