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Inspiration

The enchanting landscape and intriguing heritage of Britain has inspired kings, queens, authors, poets and artists for thousands of years, owing to its rolling hills, crystal-clear lakes, rugged coastline and beautiful ancient monuments.
Boasting 29 UNESCO World Heritage sites, hundreds of dramatic castles and some of the most stunning countryside in the world, it’s little wonder that millions of visitors fall under Britain’s spell every year.

Magnificence maintained: Buxted Park Hotel review

If Buxted Park was good enough for Queen Victoria and Winston Churchill, it's certainly good enough for us There is no such thing as a brief history of Buxted Park. Dating back as far as...

The ultimate in glamping

We visit Battle Vineyard Collection, the newest location for Feather Down, whose glamping sites offer a unique mix of luxury and back-to-nature charm Feather Down have reinvented glamping in the last few years. The concept...

To be a pilgrim: Best British cathedrals

To mark 2020’s Year of Cathedrals, Year of Pilgrimage, here are some of the most awe-inspiring ecclesiastical buildings that have helped shape Britain In the Middle Ages, right up to the English Reformation of the...

Hidden Wales: Travel guide to St Brides Bay

With its wild cliffs, pretty coves and puffins galore, St Brides Bay holds the best of Pembrokeshire By Monica Woods Calling all curious travellers: if you’re on the lookout for an alternative sun, sea and sand...

The ‘new normal’ for Britain’s hospitality industry: Where to stay in July

As the hospitality industry gradually gets back to its feet, what can we expect to have changed and where can we go for a staycation this summer Since 23 March travel has been paused, not...

A Roseland romance: Explore Cornwall’s Roseland Peninsula

Cornwall is not short of beauty spots, but the Roseland Peninsula, with its magical mix of the pastoral and the coastal, is surely the loveliest of them all In 1926, while on a tour of...

Fact or fiction: Famous literary homes in Britain

75 years since the publication of Brideshead Revisited, we tour the ‘real’ Brideshead, and stop off at other locations thought to have inspired the most famous homes in literature Words: Eleanor Doughty The tale of Brideshead...

Your July/August issue is now on sale!

From the high excitement of a country house Cotswolds auction to the drama concealed within British boltholes brought to life in some of our favourite classic works of literature, our new issue is your...

Into the Unknown: The Mayflower story on England’s southwest coast (Part two)

In the first part of our Mayflower series we walked in the footsteps of the early Puritans. Here we pick up the trail on England’s southwest coast In 1620 two ships set sail for the...

Where to go on holiday in the UK after lockdown

As lockdown restrictions are eased, many people are putting foreign holiday plans on hold and thinking about exploring the UK. But where to go? There are fears that some of the country’s best-known honey...

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