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Guy Fawkes: the man behind the guy

The effigy of Guy Fawkes is burned throughout Britain at this time of year, but how much do we really know of the famous Gunpowder Plot conspirator? The classic rhyme “Remember, remember the fifth of November" features one of...
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Hotel Indigo, Stratford upon Avon review

While house-hunting in 1597, William Shakespeare would have known the handsome pub opposite his New Place. The Falcon was not a five-minute walk from Shakespeare’s Birthplace and across the road from Shakespeare’s Schoolroom. The world-class theatres built...

Dalhousie Castle hotel review

A compelling history, gastronomic genius and the prestige of staying in a historic Scottish castle: Dalhousie has it all. Located just 8 miles south of Edinburgh, Dalhousie Castle is easily accessed using public transport, making...
Alnwick Castle, Northumberland. Credit: Philip Sharp / Alamy

Northumberland Castles

Northumberland is home to more castles than any other English county. We travel to England’s northernmost region to hear tales of theft, murder and spooky apparitions Its location close to the Scottish border has meant...

Best British destinations in October

October is often seen as an in-between month – it's not quite winter, though summer is a distant memory. We've highlighted a few of the best British places to visit at this time of...
The Manor Country House Hotel

The Manor Country House Hotel review

Visiting The Manor Country House Hotel is like walking into a National Trust property where you can touch the furniture Shop – then drop Grade II-listed Weston Manor dates back to the 13thcentury. Built in mellow...

The best British September day trips

As summer slowly merges into autumn, parts of the British countryside come alive with colour. Here are a few places that we think are particularly spectacular in September Keswick, Lake District Nestled within the craggy mountains...

Hidden Cornwall: Top sights in West Penwith

Discover the beautiful, beguiling and rugged land of West Penwith by visiting its top sights in the far reaches of Cornwall. By Felix Rowe It’s called Land’s End for good reason. Tucked away in the extreme...
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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...

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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