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British book settings

British book settings you can visit

To inspire our summer reading, we visit these British book settings that inspired iconic summer scenes in the works of some of our favourite authors With sun and warmth (hopefully) filling our days, now is...

6 things to do in Bristol this summer

Bristol is a charming city, brimming with culture, history and stunning architecture. This part of the South West is well worth a visit at any time of the year, but if you find yourself...

Cottages for couples: Some of the best self-catering stays for two

Beautiful cottages for couples are abundant in Britain, and self-catering stays have never been more popular. Here is a round up of some of the best self-catering cottages for couples from 101 Holidays During the...

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...

Gardens in Kent and Sussex: Wonders of the Weald

Gardens in Kent and Sussex, so little changed over the centuries, are undoubtedly some of the finest in the country Picture a quintessentially English landscape and it probably looks much like the slice of southeastern...

Beside the seaside: The history of British beach holidays

Sea, sand and (sometimes) sun: the great British seaside holiday is a much-loved and always evolving tradition Relaxing in a colourful deckchair, sand between your toes. Rock-pooling, beach-combing, swimming and surfing. The whiff of fish...

Top coastal beauty spots in Britain

Missing the sea? Here are Britain's most beautiful corners of coastline Many British people feel the pull of the seaside most strongly some time at the beginning of summer, as the temperature first topples into...
The Manor Country House Hotel

The Manor Country House Hotel review

Visiting The Manor Country House Hotel is like walking into a National Trust property where you can touch the furniture Shop – then drop Grade II-listed Weston Manor dates back to the 13thcentury. Built in mellow...

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...
The welcoming bar area at the Olde Bell in Berkshire

Five of the cosiest inns in England

Winter is here, so find yourself a cosy inn – preferably with an open fire – and let’s all hibernate, if only for a little while There is something quintessentially English about an inn, which...
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