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Ashdown Park Hotel and Country Club, Sussex.

Hotels in Sussex: Ashdown Park Hotel

Treat yourself to a luxury escape at one of the grandest hotels in Sussex, set amid the beautiful Ashdown Forest – home to AA Milne’s Winnie the Pooh Hotels in Sussex come in all shapes and sizes,...

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...

The rise of Queen Elizabeth I

The daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn was known as the ‘Virgin Queen’ for her failure to marry but she reigned over an exciting period of English accomplishment. From the moment of her...
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 and ripe for exploration Words Steve Pill For centuries, London’s many parks and green spaces have been providing the capital’s...

Suffolk’s historical surprises

Looking for a historical getaway? Look no further than England’s hidden gem, the county of Suffolk. With good transport links to and from London, as well as other places around the UK, Suffolk has a...

Mary, Queen of Scots: martyr or murderess?

There have been few monarchs in British history quite as tragic or beautiful as Mary, Queen of Scots. We sift the fact from the fiction On 8 February 1587, Mary Stuart came to a sticky end....
Katharine of Aragon, tudor, history

Is there more to Katharine of Aragon’s story?

With Tudor Times we profile a different figure every month. Here, Melita Thomas explores King Henry VIII’s first love, Katharine of Aragon.
Piccadilly, London

Famous London Streets

Stuck for inspiration? Head to one of London’s most famous thoroughfares and see where the fancy takes you Words: Chris Beanland   The Mall For pure pomp, The Mall is hard to beat. Running from Admiralty Arch down to...

6 ruined castles reconstructed

Wandering through ancient ruins can inspire tales of adventure, historical insight, and wonder for the way we used to live. But there is one drawback with exploring a half-destroyed fortress: you only get half...
Best walks in Britain

Our 5 favourite winter walks

Boxing Day is an ideal time to head for the hills and enjoy the great outdoors. We have teamed up with the National Trust to bring you our five favourite winter walks 1. Borger Dalr...

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