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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.

10 reasons why Leeds should be your next city break destination

This city in the heart of the UK may not currently be at the top of your city-break list but we’ve got 10 reasons why it should be.   World-class performing arts Leeds is the only English...
View over the historic Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, England. The house sits in parkland laid out by Capability Brown. Credit: VisitEngland/Rich J Jones

Capability Brown: Designing England’s Gardens

CAPABILITY BROWN was the first celebrity garden designer who left an extensive legacy as he swathed his way through more than 150 gardens of the aristocracy in the mid-18th century.
The water maze at Hever Castle in Kent

Get lost in Britain’s best mazes at stately homes

From mystical labyrinths to planted puzzles of twists, turns and dead ends in stately home gardens, Lawrence Alexander gets lost in Britain's best mazes  There's a scene in Jerome K. Jerome’s classic Three Men in...

Welcome to Coventry

Welcome to Coventry – found in the heart of England, home to rich history and ancient legends, as well as two internationally renowned universities, three cathedrals and an abundance of unique arts and culture. Whilst...

Your May/June issue

This May marks 200 years since Queen Victoria’s birth. Much has been written about her extraordinary reign, but less is known about Victoria’s unusual path to the throne: we explore the history in our...

The Camping and Caravanning Club’s top 5 places to visit in the UK

Whether you know Britain’s hills and heritage like the back of your hand, or you’re visiting for the very first time, there’s always a wealth of new places to explore and fresh experiences to...

Ten of Britain’s loveliest hotels with a view

From the Cornish Riviera to the Scottish Highlands, The Good Hotel Guide recommends hotels and B&Bs of character, each with views to sigh for.   THE NARE, VERYAN-IN-ROSELAND, CORNWALL Quintessentially English, family-run and family friendly, Toby Ashworth’s...

10 best Roald Dahl quotes

We celebrate what would have been beloved children’s author Roald Dahl's 100th birthday by picking our favourite quotes from his fantastic books.

10 of Britain’s best historic hotels

From ancient coaching inns and grand ancestral homes, to lodgings in the precincts of a ruined priory, The Good Hotel Guide is our go-to for properties steeped in history, with stories to tell. Here...
Mallards Pike in the Forest of Dean

Explore the Forest of Dean, the magical woods that inspired JRR Tolkien

This picturesque part of the Wye Valley offers woodland walks, steam trains and real-ale pubs, writes Karen Campbell This sweet corner of western Gloucestershire, used as a royal hunting ground even before William the Conqueror and...

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