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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.
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Restaurant review: Stargazy Inn, Port Isaac

In the picture-perfect traditional fishing village of Port Isaac on Cornwall’s rugged northern coast – the location of the TV programme Doc Martin – is the Stargazy Inn, perched on the edge of a cliff...

Liquid history: 7 historic London bars

The history of London's pubs and bars is the history of London itself. We visit the city's most storied places for a drink. From wine-sipping Romans in their tavernae through Saxons with mead and ale...
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10 Best walking hotels

The Good Hotel Guide lists 10 hotels geared to guests who like to stretch their legs with a gentle stroll, or to challenge themselves with a day-long trek. Here are ten of our favourite...
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Where JMW Turner lived in Britain

Great English painter, JMW Turner, hailed by the critic, John Ruskin, as ‘the father of modern art’, undertook annual summer tours of Britain, but where did he live and love? As the Turner Prize, an...
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5 ways to avoid the crowds on Skye

It’s simply not true that the Isle of Skye is jam-packed with tourists, it just depends on where you choose to go. Headlines purporting over-tourism may have taken a little of the shine off, but...

5 best places for afternoon tea in London

To celebrate Afternoon Tea Week, which takes place from 8-14 August this year, we’ve picked the finest treats London has to offer.
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Best independent shops in London

LONDON'S MOST QUIRKY AND CHARACTERFUL INDEPENDENT SHOPS ARE A JOY TO BROWSE Like all big cities, London has a large turnover: many shops open and close every year, but in hardly any other metropolis will...

London restaurants with a view

Feast your eyes: at these London restaurants, it's the views of the capital that steal the show Butlers Wharf Chop House Tower Bridge turned 125 this year. To celebrate you can enjoy a spectacular picture-postcard view...

Best activities for kids in the summer holidays

Schools out - now what to do with the kids? Here's our roundup of the top activities (for big and little kids alike) Glamping at Leeds Castle For kids that love the adventure of camping, and...

Best places to visit in Britain in August

August's warm and sunny weather and array of festivals and events means you have plenty of options for things to see and do Bristol Bristol in southwest England is a city that simply erupts with life in...

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