Restaurant review: The Inn on Loch Lomond

A short distance from Scotland’s largest loch, this inn, set back from the shores of Loch Lomond is a good place to replenish yourself with whisky and local seafood after a busy day exploring...

Restaurant review: The Kensington Arms, Bristol

A quiet, sunny street of Georgian houses in a Bristol suburb seems an unlikely spot to find a gastronomic destination. But the Kensington Arms certainly deserves its reputation as a local foodie magnet –...

7 best places for afternoon tea in the Cotswolds

From the best cucumber sandwiches to the daintiest cakes, we've picked some of the most charming spots in the Cotswolds for the most British of pastimes Afternoon tea originated in the Victorian era as a way...
Inside Ormer Mayfair, Michelin-starred chef Shaun Rankin’s restaurant within flemings hotel

Review: Shaun Rankin’s Ormer Mayfair, London

This London outpost for Michelin-starred chef Shaun Rankin is housed inside the exquisite Flemings hotel in London’s Mayfair One of the most exciting additions to London’s fine-dining arena, Ormer Mayfair is the first London restaurant...
The Peacock at Rowsley, the Peak District, the former dower house of medieval manor house Haddon Hall

Review: The Peacock at Rowsley – Haddon Hall’s former dower house

Following a day at the medieval manor house of Haddon Hall, in the Peak District, where better to retire than its former dower house of The Peacock at Rowsley? Winding our way through the idyllic...

Top 10 places to take tea in Britain

To mark International Tea Day today, we’ve rounded 10 great places to savour a cup of tea, from grand hotels to quirky tea shops.
The Arch, London, Hotels

Review: The Arch London, Marble Arch, London

Boutique hotel The Arch London is nested away in the elegant heart of London where it mixes historic charm and contemporary class.
Rules Restaurant, London's Covent Garden. Credit: Tony Murray Photography

London’s oldest restaurant: Rules, Covent Garden

We visit London’s first restaurant, Rules in Covent Garden, where King Edward VII once wooed his mistress Lillie Langtry. Tucked away on Maiden Lane in London’s Covent Garden, Rules, which was established in 1798, is...

Six of the best London Restaurants

London has some of the best restaurants in the world, so at the BRITAIN magazine offices, we came up with six of our favourites from across the capital... Rules, Covent Garden For a quintessential British experience it...
L'Escargot, Soho, London

Dine at Princess Diana’s favourite Soho restaurant

It is something of a London institution, frequented by the city’s glitterati since the 1920s, but London’s oldest French restaurant, L'Escargot, was also a favoured haunt of a certain royal... London's Soho is a maze...
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