With such an array of wonderful drinks available at Christmas-time, it’s never been easier to get into the holiday spirit (no pun intended).
Christmas is not only a special season to spend with family and friends, but also a wonderful time to treat yourself and perhaps even indulge in some of your favorite festive treats.
Whether it’s a classic mulled wine on a cold winter’s day, a whisky by a roaring log fire, a celebratory glass of fizz or some other tipple that takes your fancy, Christmas is a time of merriment that’s often filled with a variety of festive drinks.
Feast your eyes on our round-up of gourmet Christmas treats, perfect for any foodie who appreciates the festive season. Expolore our exquisite range of food gifts to add some luxury to your Christmas celebrations.
It had been more than a decade since we’d last stayed at the Feversham Arms Hotel & Verbena Spa so I was keen to return and see how this gem of a hotel had evolved since our last visit.
The diet of the people of Lika in the past depended mostly on food that they had to grow themselves or that they could obtain in their surroundings. This is precisely what our chefs at Lička kuća have been guided by.
When travelling, food becomes more than just sustenance. It’s an experience to add to your memories. Meals are an integral part of celebrations, holidays, and family-gatherings – and a safari in Kenya is no different.
Occupying the uppermost floor of the already-renowned Hotel Keflavik, Diamond Suites Luxury Boutique Hotel is Iceland’s first five star hotel and consists of a collection of individually-decorated suites.
Hotel Keflavik is a clean, funky and well-located 4-star hotel with a good restaurant. For us, it was perfect place to base ourselves for our last night in Iceland prior to an early morning flight.
If you’re looking for the perfect weekend away, look no further than Barcelona. From rooftop drinks, to up-all-night partying, this blog has you covered.
The seemingly never ending rise in the demand for vegan and plant based food shows no signs of slowing down. This global shift in the way that we eat has multiple benefits that are impossible to ignore.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could experience the real Iceland for a day, or even just a few hours? A more authentic experience where you get to meet local Icelandic people and learn a little about their culture and day-to-day lives.
The 88-bedroomed Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel is housed in a historic building in downtown Reykjavik and caters for both business and leisure travellers.
Wakatobi Resort is a boutique property that provides divers and snorkelers with exclusive access to some of the world’s finest coral reefs — set in the context of a luxury vacation experience.
When you think of Iceland, you tend to think of glaciers, geysers, volcanoes, earthquakes and dramatic landscapes. Rarely do people think of tomatoes.
You could be forgiven for wondering how a hotel that is largely made from wood, in a country that is relatively devoid of trees, has come about.