3 issues from
just £11.95
BUY NOW

Features

City guide: Attractions in Chester

With its own historic racecourse and a unique shopping experience, the Roman city of Chester is packed with pastimes both ancient and modern. Here's our city guide to help you make the best of...

A weekend in Bray

It’s renowned for its Michelin-star restaurants, but this riverside idyll has much more in store   It’s not immediately obvious why the 16th-century Thameside village of Bray in Berkshire is one of the world’s gastronomic...

10 of Britain’s best hotels for Valentine’s Day

From a palatial Italianate mansion in parkland on the Thames to a loch-side Scottish hunting lodge, via a picture-perfect Cotswold village and the wilds of Romney Marsh, The Good Hotel Guide recommends 10 of Britain's best hotels...
The Crown Inn

The Crown Inn, Church Enstone review

Deep in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds is this unassuming inn, loved by locals and travellers alike In the unspoilt village of Church Enstone is the 17th-century Crown Inn, a pub with five cosy...

Festive feasts: A history of royal Christmas food

We serve up mouthwatering moments from history, tucking in with kings and queens as they have feasted through the centuries. Wild boar’s head cooked in wine, boiled capon, roast goose, peacock, swan, fruit jellies, syllabubs...

Hidden England: Rutland travel guide

Rutland packs in picturesque villages, mighty castles and scenic views: England's smallest county is full of surprises Not many people have heard of Rutland, not even those who live in the UK. Comprising less than...

Best foot forward: The history of The Royal Ballet

Based in London’s Covent Garden, The Royal Ballet is one of the world’s most famous ballet companies, with a fascinating history. They say it’s only rarely that life imitates art, but so it was on 20...

The National Trust’s 125th anniversary

As the National Trust, chief custodian of the nation's heritage, celebrates its 125th anniversary, we visit three properties that reveal the remarkable breadth of its scope. Of the sumptuous historic properties that grace the pages of...

Upstairs Downstairs

We explore what relationships were really like between the upstairs and downstairs residents of Britain’s big houses In the new Downton Abbey film, veteran housekeeper Mrs Hughes is unequivocal in briefing staff: “I want every...

Top 5 London restaurants for a Christmas meal

For a festive meal to remember, head for one of the capital’s historic restaurants. Wiltons For a special meal, Wiltons is hard to beat. Started as an oyster stall in 1742, Wiltons was opened as a...

If you enjoy finding out more about our country’s rich history, then you’ll love BRITAIN magazine – the official magazine for VisitBritain.
Every issue is packed with our inspirational photography, fascinating features, shopping and travel advice.
SAVE UP TO 33%

PRINT

SAVE UP TO 44%

DIGITAL

Britain Magazine

CONTACTS

EDITORIAL
Natasha Foges
ADVERTISNG
Natasha Syed
MEDIA PACK
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD