Coast and Country Hotels reveals rebrand as collection steps up service offering


Coast & Country Hotels, part of the Shearings Leisure Group, has revealed a new look and website, to complement a series of redevelopments being rolled out across the portfolio.

The group, which consists of 15 hotels across England, Scotland and Wales, has unveiled a new faster, more engaging website that will also serve as a booking engine and destination for all properties in the group.

The new look coincides with a number of upgrade projects planned throughout the collection, which will see more premier and superior rooms introduced, refurbished bedrooms, a new destination bar at The Windermere, a new seafood restaurant at The Ship & Castle and a micro-brewery at The Derwentwater.

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Other significant updates have included investment into improving Wifi, food and drink menus revamped, with afternoon tea being launched also.

Coast & Country Hotels are now accepting dogs at all its properties.

Chris Hannon, managing director, said: “With plans to continually improve our hotels, we felt a new logo and website reflected our promise to our guests – to consistently deliver hotel experiences that exceed expectations.

With more of our guests using tablets and mobile phones every day, we needed a website that would fit their requirements. Our new website offers a seamless experience, however you browse. We have the same welcoming and classic values, the same attention to detail, the same great value – but with a new look.”

Coast & Country Hotels is part of Shearings Leisure Group, the specialist tour and hotel operator with brands including Shearings Holidays, National Holidays, Caledonian Travel, Bay Hotels, Coast & Country Hotels and UK Breakaways.

Headquartered in Wigan and employing a team of over 2600; the group operates 45 UK hotels, a fleet of 240 coaches and serves over 1m customers each year.


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1 Comment

  1. It was all going so well until “Coast & Country Hotels are now accepting dogs at all its properties”. I would have to know more, but the thought of the wet dog smell and dogs hairs in public areas isn’t what I’m looking for from a hotel (and I am a regular Coast and Country user).

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