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7 cosy Cotswolds winter hideaways

From Oliver Cromwell’s favourite retreat to the home of a scandalous beauty, check into one of these historic inns for a Cotswolds winter break you'll never forget The Cotswolds is a picturesque region of rolling...

Cosy winter breaks in Cornwall

Could there be anything cosier than snuggling up in front of a glowing wood burner, hot chocolate warming your hands, after a windswept walk along the beach? Plan one of these cosy winters break in...

William Morris at Kelmscott Manor: Life’s rich tapestry

William Morris's idyllic Cotswold retreat has reopened after a three-year renovation. We step inside to uncover the stories and scandals of Kelmscott Manor Words by Henrietta Easton A sunny day in June was the ideal time...

King Arthur’s Cornwall: Searching for Camelot

The timeless legends of King Arthur and his brave knights live on in the magical landscapes of North Cornwall Words by Natasha Foges Knights and dragons, warriors and wizards, swords and stones: the ancient myths and...

Visit No. 1 Royal Crescent, Bath

Visit the only dressed Georgian house, No. 1 Royal Crescent, in the historic city of Bath Sponsored post No. 1 Royal Crescent is a magnificently restored townhouse museum where you can explore fashionable life in 18th-century...

Lyrical landscapes: The wild beauty of Exmoor

Born 250 years ago, the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge was one of many writers to be awed and inspired by the wild beauty of Exmoor, and fellow romantics will be too WORDS Natasha Foges The national...

A weekend guide to Cirencester, capital of the Cotswolds

Known as the Capital of the Cotswolds, Cirencester is a beguiling introduction to the delights of the wider region Cirencester began life as Corinium Dobunnorum, a Roman city whose 2nd-century walls encompassed the second-largest area...

Mary Anning and Dorset’s Jurassic Coast: History set in stone

A new film shines the spotlight on Dorset's Jurassic Coast, one of Britain's most captivating coastlines. An impoverished fossil-hunter born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, in 1799, Mary Anning has long been a footnote in the...

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...
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