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If you are a true fan of Keepr’s or simply a drinks artisan, then you’ll love our guide to some of the best bars and hotels where you can enjoy our spirits. From country getaways to boutique city hotels, find out how their bartenders like to serve a glass of Keepr’s and discover some new hang outs along the way.
1. Karma St Martin, St Martin’s Isles of Scilly
Why we love it: An island retreat, just off the coast of Cornwall, with a beachside location. The breathtaking and uninterrupted sea views will elevate your gin and tonic to something wonderful.
How they like to serve Keepr's: As an Espresso Martini or the new Keepr's Isles of Scilly Gin with Isles of Scilly water for a classic G&T with an island twist.
2. The Woodstock Arms, 6-8 Market Place, Woodstock, Cotswolds
Why we love it: In the heart of the Georgian town of Woodstock in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, The Woodstock Arms is just a short stroll from the World Heritage site of Blenheim Palace. It has a gorgeous fireplace in the main bar and an outside terrace garden for sunny days.
How they like to serve Keepr’s: As a delicious Pink G&T with Keepr’s Raspberry & Honey Gin with lots of ice and fresh berries.
3. Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa, near Luton, Bedfordshire
Why we love it: Old world grandeur in a Grade I listed mansion house, frequented by royalty over the centuries and with over 1,000 acres of parklands, including a 50-acre lake.
How they like to serve Keepr’s: As a classic gin and tonic for a pre-dinner drink in their Lounge bar before retreating to the fine dining Wernher Restaurant or the Country Club’s Adam’s Brasserie.
4. The Broadway Hotel, Broadway, Worcestershire
Why we love it: This country retreat, dating back to the 16th Century and close to the surrounding Cotswolds towns, villages and attractions, has a lively bar with an open log fire overlooking the village green.
How they like to serve Keepr’s: The Broadway’s ‘Honey Trap’ cocktail is made with our honey gin and is perfect enjoyed al fresco on a sunny day on its outside terrace.
5. Mercure Oxford Eastgate Hotel, 73 High Street, Oxford
Why we love it:
Its' newly-opened Keepers Kitchen & Bar champions honey and is styled to reflect this. What’s more, it is rumoured that writers JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis used to drink together in this 17th Century coaching inn.
How they like to serve Keepr’s: For a bit of fizz try the Honey Bubble with Keepr’s infused spirits or for gin aficionados, go for a straight Keepr’s Raspberry & Honey gin.
6. The Swan Hotel, Bibury, nr Cirencester, Gloucester
Why we love it: Located in Bibury, often regarded as the prettiest village in England, we love how The Swan combines the best of British on its brasserie menu, with a few infusions from across the channel.
How they like to serve Keepr’s: The Swan’s ‘Sweet As Honey’ cocktail is made from our honey gin, vanilla, elderflower, salted caramel and fresh banana. Definitely one for those with a sweet tooth!
7. Sanctum Soho Hotel, Warwick Street, London
Why we love it: For shopping and A list celebrity spotting, you can’t beat the Sanctum Soho Hotel. It’s close to London’s top shopping destinations of Carnaby Street, Regent Street and Oxford Street and was recently awarded Boutique Hotel of the Year at the World Travel Awards.
How they like to serve Keepr’s: In highballs – with two cubes of ice, a slice of cucumber and Fever-Tree tonic.
8. Bicester Hotel Golf and Spa, Bicester, Oxfordshire
Why we love it: It’s five minutes from designer shopping outlet Bicester Village where you can pick up some high-end bargains and then head back to the hotel to enjoy its spa. For those who hate shopping, there’s an 18-hole golf course.