It’s a royal affair: holiday like a royal with The Cairn Collection

It's a royal affair: holiday like a royal with The Cairn Collection

Let’s face it, when staying away from home we all enjoy a touch of the royal treatment. Whether it’s on your honeymoon, a business trip or simply a long weekend away our team at Cairn Group ensure you’re treated like royalty – and we’ve had plenty of practice!

Many of the hotels in The Cairn Collection have welcomed regal guests by royals past and present, so let us take you through our impressive history of visitors and see for yourself…

The Majestic Hotel, Harrogate

The Majestic Hotel hosted an array of royal guests before WW1, from Prince Henry of Prussia, to the extremely wealthy and handsome Maharajah of Patiala, as well as a number of Russian grand duchesses.

You can relish in your stay just as they did, and unwind in the hotel’s fully equipped Health Club and Spa, lounge by the pool, or enjoy pamper treatments in the serene Orchid Room. The hotel’s Majestic Restaurant also serves up traditional afternoon tea fit for a queen.

The Redworth Hall Hotel, County Durham

Fit for young Russian Prince Alexander Baryatinsky back in the 1920s, you’re sure to enjoy your visit to Redworth Hall Hotel however long or short it may be. With numerous treatment and break packages available, you’ll be completely spoilt for choice.

During your stay escape the fast pace of everyday life and relax in the health club, complete with a fully equipped fitness suite, indoor pool, sauna, steam room, hydro pool and hair salon – bliss!

The Old Ship Hotel, Brighton

In 1797, King George’s son, the Prince of Wales (later George IV) visited the Old Ship Inn, and built his Pavilion inland from the coast as well as developing the assembly rooms. Many years later, his younger brother William IV often attended the Assembly Rooms when visiting Brighton.

So, if you’re looking for an incredible dining experience with a beautiful seafront view, then The Old Ship hotel in Brighton is just for you. The Steak on Sea Restaurant offers something for everyone, so you can eat like a king no matter how big your appetite is! Whether you’re after something from the A La Carte’ menu, or a quaint afternoon tea, or even a traditional Sunday roast – guests can tuck in and take in the breath-taking panoramic views in true noble style.

The Angel Hotel, Cardiff

Do The Beatles count as royalty? We think they deserve pop royalty status at the least, and are amongst many A-List celebrities to have stayed at The Angel Hotel in Cardiff. Our staff pride themselves in treating these high profile celebs the same way every other guest.

We ensure the best service is provided to each and every one of our visitors, and you can expect top notch facilities too. As well as the hotel’s Castell’s Restaurant, diners can also enjoy a selection of exclusive fine wines to complement their meal to perfection.

The Stirling Highland Hotel, Stirling

With Cairn Group, royal treatment is always in tow, and at Stirling Highland Hotel you can experience the ultimate dream in their Health Club and Spa. Offering a wide selection of beauty treatments using premium products, leaving your skin feeling pampered and rejuvenated – every treatment is tailored to your specific needs, ensuring you have the most relaxing and royal-like visit.

The Royal Station Hotel, Newcastle

With a beautiful architectural finish and outstanding interior design, the Royal Station Hotel really is fit for a queen… Queen Victoria to be precise! She opened the hotel in 1858, and since then has welcomed celebrity guests including Richard Burton, Laurel and Hardy and professional boxer Muhammad Ali.

Feel like a special guest yourself, and indulge in the hotel’s elegant Afternoon Tea in the exclusive lounge area, where guests can enjoy a private booth with friends and family.

Stoke Place, Buckinghamshire

Originally built by royal chef Patrick Lamb, Stoke Place was home to a number of royals, including Queen Anne, and hosted many banquets during this time. Lamb was previously master chef to royals including King Charles II, King James II, William of Orange and Queen Mary II.

Serving a menu inspired by Lamb’s signature style, a combination of simple British cuisine with French flavors, experience just what it’s like to dine like a king in present day at the hotel’s King and Lamb restaurant.

Saint Georges Hotel, London

Home to the Royal Family and popular with world wide royal visits, London is not only the Capital of England and the UK, but some may argue the Capital of royal affairs.

Located in Central London, just two miles from Buckingham Palace, you can relish a stay at Saint Georges Hotel, offering rooms from standard to superior. Let our staff wait on your every need, and dine on the 15th floor at The Heights Restaurant, overlooking the beautiful London skyline. For bar snacks, sandwiches, tapas and afternoon tea, take a seat in The Heights Bar and Lounge and survey the breathtaking views of the busy city.


The Cairn Hotel, Newcastle

We’ll make sure you experience an extraordinary stay at our Cairn Hotel in Newcastle, with the option of staying in a small, classic or superior room. Being in the perfect location for both business and pleasure, The Cairn Hotel is amongst many restaurants cocktail bars, with an atmosphere fit for royalty. The primary focus is for guests to experience an affordable, fun and inspiring place to refresh.

The Cairn Hotel, Edinburgh

The newly refurbished Cairn Hotel in Edinburgh offers both contemporary style and comfort, and is just minutes’ walk from Edinburgh’s finest restaurants and bars. With a range of packages available, you could treat yourself to a truly special retreat in the beautiful city.

Go for the ‘Wee Treat’ package, and share a bottle of fizz and chocolates on arrival. Or, opt for the ‘Taste of Scotland’ package, and sample some of Scotland’s most iconic snacks! Make the most of your stay and feel like the ultimate royal couple.

So – where would you like to spend a weekend feeling like royalty?