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Top new London lunch spots

We try out some new offerings on the London lunch/brunch scene, each handily located near the capital’s hotspots   10 Greek Street This is quite a find: a bijou neighbourhood restaurant in the heart of Soho. Small,...

Review: Afternoon tea at 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel

INDULGE IN A FLORAL TREAT WITH AFTERNOON TEA AT 100 QUEEN'S GATE FOR A BLOOMIN' DELICIOUS EXPERIENCE If you visited or watched the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on television last week and it's given you...

Dinner with a view

Feast your eyes at one of London's restaurants with stunning panoramas Butlers Wharf Chop House Tower Bridge turns 125 this year. To celebrate you can enjoy a spectacular picture-postcard view of this iconic London landmark from...
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...
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...

Your essential guide to Durham

The historic castle and cathedral are the undisputed stars, but this little city on the River Wear has plenty of surprises in store Getting there There are trains every half-hour from London King’s Cross to Durham;...

A Literary Land

Famous for the rural retreats of the influential Bloomsbury Group, idyllic East Sussex has inspired some of the country's leading writers   With chalk cliffs and patchwork fields, medieval woodland and picturesque villages, East Sussex offers plenty...
Little Chapel Les Vauxbelets Guernsey Channel Islands

Guernsey in pictures

The Bailiwick of Guernsey is bursting with beautiful sights and a fascinating heritage. We've collected our favourite images to share with you to celebrate this small but mighty island in the Channel Islands. It's very...
Brecon Beacons National Park, Powys

Welsh escapes: the best places to stay in Wales

Explore historic sites, empty beaches and wildlife-rich coastal paths, before staying in one of these inviting boltholes, writes Carol Davis Meandering down from the forbidding towers and hulking walls of Conwy Castle, built by Edward...
Hill Top, Cumbria, Beatrix Potter

In photos: Beatrix Potter’s Lake District

To mark the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter’s birth, we take a look at the lovely Lake District landscape she fell in love with and inspired her stories.

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