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Short stay: The Cluanie Inn, Glenmoriston, Highlands, Scotland, UK

Short stay: The Cluanie Inn, Glenmoriston, Highlands, Scotland, UK

Situated in the remote wilderness of the picturesque Glen Shiel, which lies along the route to the Isle of Skye, The Cluanie Inn oozes rustic Scottish charm and character, but with a rather unique Indian-inspired twist.
Short stay: De Vere Wokefield Estate, Berkshire, UK

Short stay: De Vere Wokefield Estate, Berkshire, UK

This 250 acre estate marks the point where rural leafy Royal Berkshire slides towards the green pastures of Hampshire.
Short stay: Indigo Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, UK

Short stay: Indigo Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, UK

There is no doubting that this is Shakespeare country. The half-timbered, mullion-windowed Indigo Hotel Stratford-upon-Avon, leans out over Chapel Street, as it has for centuries.
Short stay: Stock Exchange Hotel, Manchester, UK

Short stay: Stock Exchange Hotel, Manchester, UK

Our review of the Stock Exchange Hotel, Manchester, UK
Short stay: The Bristol Hotel, Bristol, UK

Short stay: The Bristol Hotel, Bristol, UK

In prime position on the waterfront, The Bristol Hotel makes a bold eponymous claim to be the place to stay in Bristol. First opening in the 1960s, the Royal Institute of British architects now recognise the hotel as a prime example of the Modern Architecture movement.
Short stay: Burnham Beeches Hotel, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, UK

Short stay: Burnham Beeches Hotel, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, UK

Back in 1727 this Georgian hunting lodge fondly recalled classical architecture: elegantly balanced, symmetrically proportioned and brilliantly, dazzlingly white. Cant Hill, as it was then named, was the resting place for royals as they hunted in Windsor Park. Since it became a hotel in 1965, renamed Burnham Beeches Hotel, guests have looked out from the
Short stay: Beachcroft Hotel & Beach Hut Suites, Felpham, West Sussex, UK

Short stay: Beachcroft Hotel & Beach Hut Suites, Felpham, West Sussex, UK

Four designer Beach Hut Suites sit just yards from Felpham’s beach. It’s a bucket and spade shoreline where seagulls call and sea breezes rustle the palm tree planting. Ivon Blumer architects have created a gentle-blue-clapperboard homage to beach life. Four huts named Beach, Sand, Pebble and Shell – each spread over three levels,- elevate beach
Win a luxury short break at Matfen Hall in Northumberland!

Win a luxury short break at Matfen Hall in Northumberland!

Win a luxurious 2-night stay in one of Matfen Hall’s luxury bedrooms, inclusive of breakfast, dinner in the Emerald Restaurant, and complimentary access to The Retreat where a specialist therapist will be waiting to deliver your chosen 60-minute Treatment or Ritual. Complete your experience with 18-holes of gold-standard golf and a complimentary bottle of Champagne
194 Michelin stars in the latest Michelin Guide to Great Britain and Ireland

194 Michelin stars in the latest Michelin Guide to Great Britain and Ireland

With a total of 1,285 restaurants, including 194 Michelin stars and 122 Bib Gourmands, the 2022 Michelin Guide to Great Britain and Ireland is made even more momentous by the impressive number of new stars in this year’s selection. With 1 new Three Star, 5 new Two Stars and 19 new One Stars joining the
5 more historic English hotels

5 more historic English hotels

England’s rich history is remarkably preserved, both in town and country, throughout the land. A plethora of historic houses have been given new life through sensitive and thoughtful restoration. Below is a selection of charming properties throughout England, ideal for a short break or for a longer stay to explore local attractions. Burleigh Court, Minchinhampton,
Britain’s most Instagrammable luxury hotels outside of London

Britain’s most Instagrammable luxury hotels outside of London

London is famous for its 5-star hotels, but the quality of luxury hotels outside of the Capital is also unrivalled, with Britain boasting some of the most idyllic and Instagram-worthy resorts in the world. But with so many exceptional 5-star hotels around Britain to choose from, how do you decide? To help, Interior Designer Anne
Top 10 luxury experiences in Rutland, the UK's smallest county

Top 10 luxury experiences in Rutland, the UK's smallest county

You can’t say you know the UK without knowing its smallest county. And indulged in the luxury of a private BBQ lesson from a Test cricketer accompanied by some local English blueberry wine. Under two hours from London, Rutland offers luxurious country escapes befitting its self-proclaimed status of the “County of Good Taste” and with
Reasons to visit Britain in 2022

Reasons to visit Britain in 2022

From landmark royal anniversaries and the return of favorite annual festivals to an exciting lineup of new transatlantic airline routes and hotel openings, there’s a whole host of reasons why Britain is brilliant in 2022. Major events drawing global attention this year include Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years since her accession. Public
Win a luxury Rick Stein's Cornwall experience!

Win a luxury Rick Stein's Cornwall experience!

To celebrate the return of Rick Stein’s Cornwall to the BBC, Rick Stein is giving you the chance to win your very own experience by the coast in Cornwall this year. You can watch the series every week night at 6.30pm to follow his travels around this beautiful county. In this new series Rick Stein
Short stay: The Albion Rooms, Margate, Kent, UK

Short stay: The Albion Rooms, Margate, Kent, UK

In days gone by bands used to trash hotels. Now, The Libertines are more concerned with curating soft furnishings, paint choices and wallpaper at this seafront townhouse on Eastern Esplanade. Before The Libertines’ purchase and revamp, this was one of Margate’s worst reviewed B & Bs. Now it is the coolest of choices. Decor is
10 reasons to visit Thanet, UK

10 reasons to visit Thanet, UK

Sunning itself on the North Kent shoreline, Thanet has attracted visitors for centuries. Margate became the first British seaside resort in 1736 and pioneered the world’s first donkey rides around 1780. Whilst grand Georgian and Victorian houses and hotels were built, Ramsgate in particular, enjoyed the royal patronage of Kings and Queens, even charging the