A perfect example of how humans and nature can work together to create something close to perfection, the ‘Strada del Prosecco’ is not just a journey for an excellent glass of bubbles, but a pilgrimage to discover the centuries of passion and determination that go into every golden drop. A newly appointed UNESCO heritage site, the Prosecco hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene is an appropriate place to uncork a bottle of the region’s finest.
From sleek interiors with modern accents to quirky spaces featuring whimsical flourishes, these design hotels are more than just a place to lay your head. Check out our picks of some of London’s most attractive design hotels, perfect for the traveller with an eye for all things architecturally enticing.
We’ve reached out to some of our bestselling UK hotels to find out how the impact of COVID has affected them and their businesses, and to ask them how they will be preparing to open their doors once again. Here we chat to Judi Blakeburn, Brand Director for Another Place in the Lake District and Watergate Bay Hotel in Newquay.
We’ve reached out to some of our bestselling UK hotels to find out how the impact of the coronavirus has affected them and their businesses, and to ask them how they will be preparing to open their doors once again. Here we chat to Mark Bevan, General Manager of Bishopstrow Hotel & Spa in Warminster.
Located just 90 minutes away from London is Denmark’s cool capital of Copenhagen. Its sharp design, urban atmosphere and a cosy concoction of cobbled streets, craft studios and industrial bars make the city an ideal destination for city explorers. When you’re here for a weekend visit though, it’s crucial to know the very best spots to check out so we’ve put together a quick guide.
Located on the southern tip of Malaysia, mere hours from Bali, Bangkok and Phuket, Singapore is an ideal stopover before further adventures in Asia. Its vibrant culture is a melting pot of Malay, Indian and Chinese influences and offers an endless variety of experiences for the savvy traveller. If you’re visiting for just a couple of days, skip the tourist traps and see Singapore like a local.
With over 7,000 miles of coastline at our fingertips, it’s hardly surprising the Great British seaside break has been a rite of passage for centuries. But what was once all sandy sandwiches and slot machines is morphing into a decidedly more grown-up affair, marked by boutique hotels, award-winning eateries and Instagrammable architecture. Here’s our pick of the prettiest seaside stays of them all.
Whether you’re hit by the stress of the big city or you’re itching to reconnect with nature, sometimes all you need is a quick and easy getaway far from it all. From the shores of Ullswater in the Lake District to the heart of the quaint Cotswolds, these nine English abodes are perfect for letting your hair down and your worries slip away – all just a short drive from home.