Hotels

We own and operate three luxury hotels, each in a unique landmark listed building and each with its own dedicated and highly skilled management team. Expect luxury, comfort and a very warm welcome, and relax and enjoy the highest standards of service in our beautiful surroundings.

GreyFriars, Colchester

GreyFriars is an exquisite, Michelin recommended 4* luxury hotel with superb restaurant and lounge bars, opened in 2015. Beautifully appointed with the customer’s comfort and convenience in mind, GreyFriars offers 5* service, comfortable lounges, cosy Club rooms, larger Classic rooms and Grand Luxe suites. Located in Colchester's historic Cultural Quarter, close to the Castle and Park, yet only a few minutes' walk from the town centre and Fenwicks' landmark department store, it is a destination in its own right, the only place to stay when visiting Colchester, Constable Country and this part of East Anglia.

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Quebecs, Leeds

Quebecs hotel is a Grade II listed 4* luxury hotel with 44 rooms located in the heart of Leeds on Quebec Street. As the only independently owned luxury hotel in central Leeds you can expect to find rooms which offer a classic, contemporary and exceptionally comfortable guest experience complemented by a professional yet relaxed team of staff who like to offer an attention to detail you will not experience elsewhere in the city.

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Quebecs Luxury Apartments, Leeds

Strategically located on City Square in the heart of Leeds, in the famous landmark Old Post Office building, Quebecs Luxury Apartments are furnished and fitted to the highest 5* standards to provide your own luxury home away from home. With Leeds mainline station only seconds away, our one and two bedroom apartments offer an exclusive and luxurious base for an overnight stay or for longer visits, for both the business and leisure traveller.

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Castel Salbek, Western Transylvania

We recently acquired a small historic rural estate known as Castel Salbek in the depths of Western Transylvania. This beautiful remote area forms part of a wildlife corridor for some of Europe’s rare large carnivores, such as bear, wild boar, wolf and lynx as well as being a floral paradise. Currently undergoing mandatory historic appraisals, the property will eventually, subject to all necessary formal consents, undergo major restoration and conversion into a rare and exclusive hotel destination.