The five-star Jersey hotel will be competing against Cedar Manor Hotel, Windermere and Yorebridge House in Bainbridge, Yorkshire and the winners will be announced on 5 July.
The proprietor of Longueville Manor, Malcolm Lewis, said: ‘Longueville Manor is one of only a handful of privately-owned and managed AA five-star hotels in Britain and we are proud to retain this precious independence. My family took over the manor in a state of disrepair in 1949 and four generations have had a hand in its revival.’
The awards are known as the ‘Oscars’ of the hospitality industry and recognise the strongest performers, latest brands and highest flyers and the 140 judges, chosen for their expertise, spent three days at London’s Dorchester Hotel to decide the shortlist.
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