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Worcestershire’s hidden beauty

Nestled between the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds, sleepy Worcestershire is full of rural charm   Few ranges in Britain are quite so satisfyingly shapely as the Malvern Hills. The rounded belt of green peaks stretches...

7 cosy Cotswolds winter hideaways

From Oliver Cromwell’s favourite retreat to the home of a scandalous beauty, check into one of Britain’s historic Cotswolds inns, many of which offer special winter rates... The Cotswolds is a picturesque region of rolling...

Cruising the Caledonian Canal

With Caledonian Discovery, slow travel means doing as much or as little as you like – bike rides, walks or kayaking – as your traditional barge putters along Scotland’s majestic Great Glen Scotland’s Great Glen...
London West End

Five ideas for rainy days in London

With winter fast-approaching, here are our top tips for spending rainy days in London.  Visit a museum London is teeming with magnificent museums and galleries, from historic buildings such as The Natural History Museum, to the...
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Best shopping in London

Forget your endless malls and out-of-town retail parks. For a unique, enticing shopping experience, London remains a world-beating destination Words: Martha Alexander When it comes to retail therapy, killing all of your birds with one stone and...

Restaurant review: The Kensington Arms, Bristol

A quiet, sunny street of Georgian houses in a Bristol suburb seems an unlikely spot to find a gastronomic destination. But the Kensington Arms certainly deserves its reputation as a local foodie magnet –...
Strawberry Hill House

Lost & Found

Horace Walpole’s precious collection of art, antiques and curios once filled his Gothic mansion, Strawberry Hill. Sold at auction by a profligate heir, the scattered treasures, now reunited, are set to return home On the...
Brecon Beacons National Park, Powys

Welsh escapes: the best places to stay in Wales

Explore historic sites, empty beaches and wildlife-rich coastal paths, before staying in one of these inviting boltholes, writes Carol Davis Meandering down from the forbidding towers and hulking walls of Conwy Castle, built by Edward...
Grasmere in Cumbria

On the trail of William Wordsworth

Following in the footsteps of William Wordsworth, Lawrence Alexander explores the poet’s beloved Grasmere and other Lake District haunts On the evening of 15 April 1802, Dorothy Wordsworth, sister of the poet William, wrote her journal as...
10 Downing Street

Discover London’s architecture with Open House

Don’t miss this once-a-year chance to peek inside more than 800 of the capital’s most interesting buildings A highly anticipated fixture in the capitalʼs cultural calendar, Open House London is a citywide celebration of buildings, places and spaces. Taking...

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