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10 Must-See Things at the Victoria & Albert Museum

London’s extraordinary museums regularly draw millions of visitors. From blockbuster exhibitions at The Tate Modern to the city’s array of hidden private collections, we Londoners have access […]

Destinations | 10 January 2014


Top 10 most awesome sights along the Jurassic Coast

The Jurassic Coast is England’s first natural World Heritage Site, but at 95 miles long you’d struggle to explore it all in a couple of days. Charles Lotter, General Manager of Summer Lodge, picks out ten of the very best bits – so get your walking boots on and your fossil hunting hammer out for some unforgettable geological adventures!

Destinations | 27 May 2011

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Guernsey – a walker’s paradise

Andrew Chantrell, General Manager of The Duke of Richmond and The Old Government House Hotel, shares with us his love of exploring the cliffs of Guernsey. With […]

Destinations | 31 May 2013

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Destinations|8 February 2017|

From the soulful sax to the scattered bebop of a trumpet, Durban is always awash with the poetry of jazz music. Which is perhaps the main reason [...]

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Destinations|6 February 2017|

Short, slick and packed with art galleries, Cork Street is to the commercial art world what Bond Street is to jewellery. And sitting just behind the Royal [...]

Our Favourite Luxury Winter Getaways

Destinations|31 January 2017|

With the arrival of winter comes roaring fires, comfort food and the temptation to hibernate indoors. And while these are all time-honoured traditions, sometimes we just can’t [...]

The Best Cederberg Trails: Hiking in South Africa

Destinations|28 January 2017|

Nestled in the foothills of the Cederberg Mountains lies the award-winning Bushmans Kloof, a luxury lodge that gives access to the open plains, ancient art and distinctive [...]

Exploring Ireland through its Walking Festivals

Destinations|25 January 2017|

Visitors find it easy to fall in love with the Irish countryside; its pervasive lushness, its green, fat verdure, and its broody fertility all combine to form [...]

The Top Five Events at the Purbeck Literary Festival

Destinations|24 January 2017|

Cut off from the English mainland by the whimsically named rivers Piddle and Frome in the north, Purbeck might like to think of itself as an isle [...]

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