LATEST ISSUE: Scottish hideaways, Cotswolds teas and country gardens

Harewood House
Humphry Repton designed the gardens at Harewood House Credit: VisitEngland/Thomas Heaton

In the latest issue, we uncover cosy places to stay in Scotland, we take tea in the Cotswolds and we explore the glorious work of Capability Brown’s successor, Humphry Repton

In the latest issue of BRITAIN magazine you can read about all the following, plus lots more.

Captain Cook Country: In the 250th anniversary year since his maiden voyage, we explore the Yorkshire towns and villages that shaped one of Britain’s most famous explorers

Myths and Magic: The tiny island of St Michael’s Mount is just minutes from the mainland, and yet it feels like a world away

English Country Gardens: We explore the glorious work of Capability Brown’s successor, landscape designer Humphry Repton

March April Britain 2018 coverScottish Hideaways: From castles to thatched cottages, we’ve uncovered cosy places in Scotland to thaw out in until spring

Tea in the Cotswolds: Where better to indulge in such a quintessential pastime than in one of Britain’s most idyllic regions?

Forest of Dean: It’s all about woodland walks, steam trains and real-ale pubs in this picturesque part of the Wye Valley where wild boar roam freely

To read all of the above and more, see Volume 86 Issue 2 of BRITAIN