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Ten of the best hotels in British cities and towns

The Good Hotel Guide round up ten of the best hotels in British cities and towns At this time of year, bright lights, culture and retail opportunities can hold greater appeal than a rural idyll....

Five ways to follow in the footsteps of King Richard III

New film The Lost King shines a light on the incredible story of King Richard III who lay forgotten in a car park for 500 years Promotional feature in association with Visit Leicester Ten years ago,...

London Mayfair: The five-star neighbourhood rich with history

This posh London district is within easy reach of London’s most famous shops and iconic attractions, and you’ll fit right in with a stay at The Beaumont Mayfair is one of London’s most salubrious neighbourhoods...

London Terraces: The best restaurants and bars to eat alfresco

Britain has seen scorching temperatures this summer, and restaurants across the capital have expanded their offering to maximise their outside space. This being London, if the weather turns, most provide wet-weather coverings, so rain...
Edinburgh Castle from Princes Street Gardens

Your city guide to Edinburgh

The Scottish capital is home to an iconic castle, world-class museums and a popular summer festival: here is our guide to Edinburgh Most visitors to the Scottish capital of Edinburgh head straight to the Royal...

6 things to do in Bristol this summer

Bristol is a charming city, brimming with culture, history and stunning architecture. This part of the South West is well worth a visit at any time of the year, but if you find yourself...

Your essential guide to Durham

The historic castle and cathedral are the undisputed stars, but this little city on the River Wear has plenty of surprises in store Getting there There are trains every half-hour from London King’s Cross to Durham;...

Your essential guide to Dundee

With the opening of a new V&A Museum – the first outside London – the generation of this old port city on Scotland's underrated east coast is well under way Getting there The closest international airport...
Half-timbered buildings along Friar Street, Worcester

Our guide to Worcester

This Midlands city offers medieval architecture surrounding one of England’s prettiest cathedrals Set close to the dramatic Malvern Hills and astride the River Severn, Worcester has been attracting visitors for centuries. With a history that predates...

Bath on screen

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bath has been the scenic backdrop for many big and small screen productions, most recently in ITV's current series Belgravia and McDonald and Dodds. Get your fix of...
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