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Worcester College

Your essential guide to Oxford

The university city in southeast England is easy to explore on foot and is a hub of museums, galleries and historic buildings  Getting there Oxford is about 50 miles (90km) from London. If you drive, use...
Salcombe from Snapes Point

5 of the best places to stay in Devon

With two coasts and an interior laced with pretty English country gardens contrasted with wild moorland, Devon makes for a beguiling getaway, writes Chantal Borciani One of England’s largest counties, Devon’s centuries-old harbours, secluded smugglers’...
The Goring, Belgravia, London. Hotels in central London

Hotels in central London: the best in five-star luxury

Make your next trip to London your most luxurious yet with a stay in one of these quintessentially English five-star London hotels Brown’s Hotel, Mayfair Beneath the mosaic floors and wood-panelled walls of the 180-year-old Brown’s...
Isle of Eriska, Oban, Argyll, Scotland. Best hotels in Scotland

Best hotels in Scotland: From castles to cottages

Yearning to escape it all? We’ve found some of the best hotels in Scotland to indulge in some serious down time Forget the Scandinavian trend of hygge; this year is allabout còsagach – a Gaelic...
The welcoming bar area at the Olde Bell in Berkshire

Five of the cosiest inns in England

Winter is here, so find yourself a cosy inn – preferably with an open fire – and let’s all hibernate, if only for a little while There is something quintessentially English about an inn, which...
K West Hotel & Spa sauna and sanarium, Shepherds Bush, London

Kick back in London’s luxurious K West Hotel & Spa

Head west to one of London’s most relaxed hotels and spas... certainly the only one with a snow room Located on the site of a former BBC recording studio, where the likes of Bob Marley,...
Traditional bar at the Anchor Inn, Hampshire | Cosy English Inns | Near Chawton, Jane Austen’s Hampshire

Review: The Anchor Inn, in Jane Austen’s Hampshire

A cosy inn with open fires, but the biggest draw of The Anchor Inn in Hampshire is surely its proximity to Jane Austen’s home in Chawton With its low oak beams and beautifully polished bar,...
Studio suite bedroom at Flemings hotel, Mayfair

Review: Flemings hotel, Mayfair, London

This privately owned and effortlessly discreet hotel has recently undergone a £15 million makeover, transforming it from a rarely talked about luxury hotel into the place to be Set on Half Moon Street just a...
Northcote hotel in the Ribble Valley, Lancashire

CLOSED: WIN two nights in a luxury Michelin-starred Lancashire hotel – plus a five-course...

Enjoy a two-night stay for two at Northcote - a boutique hotel in the Ribble Valley - with a lavish five-course dinner We’ve teamed up with the luxury boutique hotel, Northcote, located in Lancashire’s...
The Swan at Hay-on-Wye signpost, cosy inn in the literary town of Hay-on-Wye, Wales

Review: The Swan at Hay-on-Wye, Brecon Beacons, Wales

Calling all bibliophiles: with book shops a plenty, cosy pubs, and riverside walks, the town of Hay-on-Wye in the Welsh Brecon Beacons is a great weekend destination Driving alongside the Brecon Beacons National Park into...

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