London Guide 2018
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England became a unified state in AD 927 and, since the 15th century, has had a significant impact on the wider world, developing the English language, the Anglican Church, and English law – the basis for the common law legal systems of many other countries around the world. Its beautiful and varied countryside is interspersed with quaint villages and cosmopolitan cities including the capital, London.

Homewood Park

Homewood Park near Bath is the perfect home-away-from-home, offering an exclusive country retreat in which to relax, rejuvenate and refresh in super stylish interiors. One of the sumptuous rooms at Homewood Homewood Park near Bath…

Seaham Hall

Seaham Hall is the leading luxury hotel and spa destination resort in northern England, a place to truly indulge yourself, with the Serenity Spa and Michelin-starred White Room restaurant

Langley Castle Hotel

Langley Castle Hotel is a genuine 14th-century castle set in a 12-acre woodland estate, nestling in the Northumbrian valley of the River South Tyne. It’s the perfect getaway to be pampered in

Burlington Arcade

Mayfair and St James – London Insider Guide

From Royal parks and palaces, to clothing and consumables fit for a king, this district forms the very heart of London. Discover how much this area was developed on the whims of royals and canny aristocrats.

Peterhouse - the oldest of Cambridge colleges

Cambridge Insider’s Guide

Cambridge is inextricably linked with its academic status and is a calm and attractive place. As the city celebrates the 800th birthday of its university, there’s never been a better time to visit this centre of learning, where great minds and historic attractions meet.

Life in the slow lane on Salford’s Bridgewater Canal

For the first time you can explore Salford  by boat, thanks to Salford City Council’s new Walks and Water programme along different parts of Salford’s famous Bridgewater Canal

Feel patriotic at the Proms

THE LAST Night of the Proms is the finale to the annual BBC Proms: a two-month concert season at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Because of the concert’s popularity, BBC Proms in the Park…

Elvedon Hall in Suffolk

History of Suffolk Architecture

Timber-frame and flint, pargetting and thatched roofs, moats and chimney stacks: the vernacular architecture of the county of Suffolk is a heady mix of colour and character. By Jenny Woolf. Scattered around the flinty-grey churches…

Discover Darwin in Cambridge

Join in the Darwin200 anniversary celebrations at new exhibition Endless Forms: Charles Darwin, Natural Science and the Visual Arts at The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge   Cattleya Orchid and Three Hummingbirds, 1871 ONCE DESCRIBED as “one of the greatest…

Goodwood House and the Duke of Richmond

Now famous for its annual horse racing and motorsport events, this great estate in West Sussex has been home to the duke of richmond for 80 years. Britain talks to the man about family, tradition…

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