NEW ISSUE OUT NOW: Wiltshire, Snowdonia, cosy inns and the history of Tower Bridge

Stormy Sunrise at Llanrwst Tea Rooms, Snowdonia, Wales. Credit: Joe Daniel/Getty
Stormy Sunrise at Llanrwst Tea Rooms, Snowdonia, Wales. Credit: Joe Daniel/Getty

In our latest issue, we discover some of the lesser-known stately homes of Wiltshire, we go behind the scenes at Anne Boleyn’s birthplace and we bring you some of the cosiest inns in England

The latest issue of BRITAIN magazine, featuring the latest British travel and history articles, hits the shelves in the UK today and includes all of the following, plus lots more:

Wonderful Wiltshire: From Longford Castle to Wilton House and the famous Longleat, we visit some of the splendid stately homes in southwest England that you won’t want to miss.

Beer, Beams & Beds: It’s that time of year when all we really want to do is find a cosy inn, with ale on tap, hearty grub and the comfiest of beds to rest our heads. We think we’ve found some of the best, roaring fires and all.

Behind the scenes at Blickling Hall: Once cited at the most haunted house in Britain, we visit the birthplace of Anne Boleyn in search of her ghostly presence.

Restoring Order: When he came to the throne King Charles II did everything he could to cement his power, including reassembling many of the artworks of his deposed father.Jan Feb 2018 BRITAIN

Tower Bridge: We chart the history of this icon of London – a symbol of the capital’s resilience.

Snowdonia
Discover the myths and legends of this ancient and beautiful part of Wales.

To read all of the above and more, see Volume 86 Issue 1 of BRITAIN

 

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