Sopwell House joins Pride of Britain Hotels

02 November 2017 by
Sopwell House joins Pride of Britain Hotels

Sopwell House in St Albans, Hertfordshire, has joined the Pride of Britain Hotels consortium of luxury, independently-owned UK hotels.

The 128-bedroom, four-AA-star Georgian house, formerly the country residence of Lord Mountbatten, has been in the Bejerano family for 30 years. It belongs to AB Hotels and is a sister property to the Arch London hotel.

The property has 16 gated mews suites set in a landscaped garden, a two-AA-rosette restaurant and a more informal brasserie. It appointed Thomas Garlich as general manager earlier this year.

Pride of Britain is a sales and marketing consortium of 49 hotels with a maximum capacity of 50 members.

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