Review: The Anchor Inn, in Jane Austen’s Hampshire
A cosy inn with open fires, but the biggest draw of The Anchor Inn in Hampshire is surely its proximity to Jane Austen’s home in Chawton
Major exhibition marks Battle of Jutland centenary
To mark the centenary of the Battle of Jutland, the largest naval battle ever fought, an exhibition at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Battle – 36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War – takes a fresh look at events.
Video: Downton Abbey star on filming at Highclere
Downton Abbey executive Producer, Gareth Neame and star actor Hugh Bonneville discuss filming at Highclere Castle and explore the massive global appeal of the show’s quintessential Britishness.
Review: Burley Manor, the New Forest, Hampshire
This newly restored restaurant with rooms is housed in an old manor house on the edge of the New Forest, where ponies and deer roam freely.
First World War warship HMS M.33 opens to public
A small ship with a big history, this unique warship will offer a taste of the ill-fated Gallipoli with an immersive battle experience.
Stay in Jane Austen’s old haunt of Oakley Hall
A young Jane Austen regularly visited her neighbours at Oakley Hall, in Hampshire. Today the Georgian country house is a hotel where you can enjoy afternoon tea or try your hand at that most English…
The countryside of kings and queens
Coveted by invaders, Hampshire is home to picturesque villages, stunning coastline and a great forest
A weekend in Winchester
We take a tour of this wonderful city and discover an incredible history, beautiful architecture and a thriving foodie scene.
A jaunt into Jane Austen country
As Jane Austen readers celebrate the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice, BRITAIN travels to the quaint village of Chawton
The Wellington Arms in Hampshire is the perfect rural retreat for locals and Londoners alike