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Crockers Henley restaurant and hotel review

One Georgian townhouse, three restaurants and six characterful rooms: Crockers puts Henley-on-Thames on the gastronomic map of Britain Located a short 45-minute train ride from London, Henley-on-Thames is renowned for putting on the world-famous Henley...

Your November/December 2021 issue is here

From spooky tales of highwaymen roaming dark winter roads to the delights of Christmas shopping in one of London's historic arcades, this issue we wholeheartedly embrace the joys of the new season The days may...

Top 5 London hotels for families

From special family packages to children's concierges and one-off experiences, if you’re looking to treat little ones to a stay in the capital they’ll never forget, here’s our pick of London's best family-friendly luxury...

Wandering the wine garden of England

From its ancient history to its modern renaissance, there's more to English winemaking than you might expect Words by Rebecca Hallett In 1077, a monk named Gundulf travelled from Normandy to a small English city on...

The mystery of Agatha Christie: The real-life story of the crime novelist

Agatha Christie penned some of the world’s most famous crime novels, but the real-life mystery of her own disappearance has never been solved She is the best-selling fiction writer of all time. Her 66 murder...

Britain’s top 20 stately homes

Whatever your idea of the perfect historic house – imposing architecture, beautiful interiors or glorious gardens – you'll find it here. We peek through the (gilded) keyhole at 20 of the county's finest manors,...

A weekend in Bray

It’s renowned for its Michelin-star restaurants, but this riverside idyll has much more in store   It’s not immediately obvious why the 16th-century Thameside village of Bray in Berkshire is one of the world’s gastronomic...

Hidden England: Rutland travel guide

Rutland packs in picturesque villages, mighty castles and scenic views: England's smallest county is full of surprises Not many people have heard of Rutland, not even those who live in the UK. Comprising less than...
Hotel Indigo

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...

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