Harbourway is one of a collection of properties managed by Catch The Breeze Retreats, which is run by the…
Colonial charm meetsVogue tropical-photo-shoot-style at Rosyth Estate House. Two hours north of Colombo airport, Rosyth Estate House is the perfect soft-landing spot for a Sri Lanka arrival. Owners Farzana and Neil Dobbs creatively combine the retro style of the original 1926 tea planter’s bungalow with contemporary design flair.
Back in the 19th century this vast Hertfordshire estate was the home of two British Prime Ministers, Lord Melbourne and Lord Palmerston. Now, with two championship golf courses named after the former premiers, it is a leafy Mecca for golfers.
Not only were the flinty roads here dangerous, but they were also beset by ruthless highwaymen. There has been a coaching inn in this Surrey village since 1453. Christopher Columbus was merely a two-year-old toddler, and the Wars of the Roses hadn’t even begun.
Families, friends, and solo travelers alike tend to gravitate towards a unified summer vision – basking in the warm sun with a fresh drink in hand, a soft breeze against their face, and endless leisurely possibilities to choose from.
When Ritz-Carlton arrived in the Maldives it was one of the most anticipated hotel openings in 2021 globally. With the brand only operating a little over 100 hotels it’s not very common to see them pop up in one of the most iconic destinations in the world.
Le Jardin des Douars is the traditional Moroccan kasbah stylishly reimagined, sitting high above Essaouira on Morocco’s Atlantic coast.
If ever there is a Welsh version of Downton Abbey, then spectacular Bodysgallen Hall and Spa would be a perfect venue.
This 250 acre estate marks the point where rural leafy Royal Berkshire slides towards the green pastures of Hampshire.
Back in 1727 this Georgian hunting lodge fondly recalled classical architecture: elegantly balanced, symmetrically proportioned and brilliantly, dazzlingly white….