Farncombe Estate's Fish hotel join SLH
The Fish hotel in Broadway has joined the Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) marketing consortium.
The 63-bedroom, three-silver-AA-star Fish hotel opened in 2015 and is a sister hotel to Dormy House and Foxhill Manor on the 400-acre Farncombe Estate, near Broadway in the Cotswolds, owned by the Philip-Sorensen family from Denmark.
The Fish has been described as "part-boutique hotel and part-adventure hideout" and dubs itself a "back-to-nature bolthole with a little touch of luxury".
The hotel's sister property Dormy House is also a member of SLH and was named the consortium's Hotel of the Year last year.
SLH has more than 500 independent member hotels in more than 80 countries around the world, 35 of which are in the UK.
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