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Best British destinations in October

October is often seen as an in-between month – it's not quite winter, though summer is a distant memory. We've highlighted a few of the best British places to visit at this time of...

The best British September day trips

As summer slowly merges into autumn, parts of the British countryside come alive with colour. Here are a few places that we think are particularly spectacular in September Keswick, Lake District Nestled within the craggy mountains...

Best places to visit in Britain in August

August's warm and sunny weather and array of festivals and events means you have plenty of options for things to see and do Bristol Bristol in southwest England is a city that simply erupts with life in...

House Rules

Combining a thousand years of history, the drama of modern-day politics and majestic architecture, a visit to the seat of British government is quite an experience If the walls of Westminster Hall, the oldest part...
The water maze at Hever Castle in Kent

Get lost in Britain’s best mazes at stately homes

From mystical labyrinths to planted puzzles of twists, turns and dead ends in stately home gardens, Lawrence Alexander gets lost in Britain's best mazes  There's a scene in Jerome K. Jerome’s classic Three Men in...

Waddesdon launches exclusive tours of a private Rothschild garden

Keen gardeners and historians will be able to visit the walled garden at Eythrope for the very first time  New tours are being launched at the walled garden at Eythrope in May. These exclusive events...

Captain Cook Country: explore the charming Yorkshire towns that shaped the explorer

Captain James Cook changed our perception of world geography. We explore the Yorkshire towns and villages that shaped one of Britain’s most famous explorers One day in 1746 a 17-year-old youth arrived in Whitby on...
Kenwood House also known as the Iveagh Bequest, a 17th century former stately home set in tranquil parkland by Hampstead Heath.

London’s Historic Parks

Known as the lungs of London, the capital’s parks and green spaces are steeped in history For centuries, London’s many parks and green spaces have been providing the capital’s inhabitants with a recreational refuge from...
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...
St Michael's Mount harbour

Top 10 seaside attractions

Explore remote areas of our coastline, uncover our rich maritime heritage and enjoy breathtaking scenery with our pick of the best things to see and do beside the sea 1. Mount Bay The Benedictine priory of St...

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