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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.

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...

Treasured Island: Explore the Isle of Wight

Slip back in time on the Isle of Wight, whose villages have a vintage flavour and whose chalk downs and stunning coast were beloved of Queen Victoria It takes less than an hour to reach...

Tea with a twist

Once the current crisis is over, why not treat yourself to a slap-up afternoon tea in one of London's grand hotels? For a fresh and quirky take on tradition, try one of these themed...

2020 Hay Festival goes online

The 2020 Hay Festival has launched a free digital festival, which is online until 31 May. The festival features novelists Hilary Mantel, Anne Enright, Elif Shafak, Roddy Doyle, Margaret Atwood, Ingrid Persaud, Polly Samson,...

Ten of the best British inns

When travel can recommence, book into one of these great British inns and treasure that long overdue weekend away The British public house has evolved over the past few decades, with old spit-and-sawdust boozers either...

Capturing the castle: Belvoir Castle and the Duchess of Rutland

One of the greatest stars of Netflix drama The Crown is Belvoir Castle. Her Grace, The Duchess of Rutland tells Felix Rowe about her custodianship of this stunning stately home Perched on a hilltop on...
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Walk in the footsteps of Charlotte Brontë

To mark the bicentenary of birth of Charlotte Brontë, we bring you some of the cosy Yorkshire places she would have known and where you can now stay.

Spring at Hever Castle

Spring has well and truly arrived at Hever Castle, and while you can't enjoy a visit to the award-winning gardens right now, there's no better time to take a virtual tour  April is a wonderful...

A tour of Jane Austen’s Hampshire

A new film adaptation of Emma, a novel written by Jane Austen and published in 1815, was released in February 2020. We visited the novelist’s home village and discovered her much-loved local haunts By Monica...
Buckingham Palace With Flowers Blooming In The Queen's Garden, London, England. Credit: Shutterstock

Buckingham Palace: The Queen’s London residence

Take our tour of London’s grandest royal residences and you might even catch a glimpse of Her Majesty at home WORDS MARTHA ALEXANDER London is a city with such a glut of royal buildings, parks and...

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