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Hotel Indigo

Hotel Indigo, Stratford upon Avon review

While house-hunting in 1597, William Shakespeare would have known the handsome pub opposite his New Place. The Falcon was not a five-minute walk from Shakespeare’s Birthplace and across the road from Shakespeare’s Schoolroom. The world-class theatres built...

How to celebrate a very British Halloween

Stuck for how to celebrate Halloween in Britain? We bring you a handful of the spookiest ways to mark All Hallows’ Eve... Observed annually on 31 October, All Hallows' Eve – a Scottish term better...

Dalhousie Castle hotel review

A compelling history, gastronomic genius and the prestige of staying in a historic Scottish castle: Dalhousie has it all. Located just 8 miles south of Edinburgh, Dalhousie Castle is easily accessed using public transport, making...
Alnwick Castle, Northumberland. Credit: Philip Sharp / Alamy

Northumberland Castles

Northumberland is home to more castles than any other English county. We travel to England’s northernmost region to hear tales of theft, murder and spooky apparitions Its location close to the Scottish border has meant...

10 Best hotel discoveries

The latest edition of The Good Hotel Guide includes some exciting new entries, from great gastropubs and smart B&Bs to old favourites in new guises. Here is the editor’s pick of the best hotel...
John Rylands Library, Manchester

Hidden British libraries

We take a tour of some of the most historic and beautiful British libraries to find reading rooms worthy of our literary greats Oxford Oxford’s university libraries are among the oldest and most celebrated in the world....

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With the nights drawing in, BRITAIN brings good tidings and a dash of holiday spirit to warm up your winter. We’re raising a glass to Leeds Castle as it celebrates its 900th anniversary. Home...

City guide: Attractions in Totnes

Castle views, Tudor houses and Sir Francis Drake’s oranges: we explore the attractions in quirky South Devon town of Totnes Nestled between moorland and sea in South Devon, Totnes is a captivating market town with...

Regional guide to the Peak District

From heathery moors to rolling hills and underground caverns, the Peak District is home to some of the most majestic landscapes in the country In the Peak District, heritage takes different forms. Britain is home...

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...

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