England

The Jones Family Project

A 70s-style bar awash in greenery portrays The Jones Family Project as a probable purveyor of right-on clean eating. But appearances deceive; huge hunks of prime rib, rumps of hoggett and primeval pork tomahawks are what drive traffic to this serious Shoreditch steakhouse after sundown.

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The Petwood Hotel

Set in thirty acres of grounds, the Petwood Hotel is an extravagant display of neo-Tudor/Jacobean half-timbering, complete with splendid oak features.

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Galvin At The Athenaeum

If you didn’t know any better, you might mistake the Galvin brothers for a somewhat more sinister enterprise. It seems they have the Hyde Park Corner territory pretty well sown up. Galvin at Windows at the top floor of the London Hilton Park Lane and now Galvin At The Athenaeum

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Washingborough Hall Hotel

Just two miles or so from the city centre, the compact village of Washingborough, with its stone-built cottages clustered by the church and along the High Street, can boast Washingborough Hall, a late Georgian manor house, dating from the 1700s, and a Grade II Listed Building.

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The Athenaeum Hotel

There is something quintessentially British about a hatted doorman. Particularly a very tall one. And perhaps, the quick doff of Jim’s top hat, was the perfect introduction to my stay at The Athenaeum Hotel, a Mayfair landmark since 1840.

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Florence Gardens Hotel

I was sad to leave the Florence Gardens Hotel, I could have stayed another day or two and I now fully appreciate why the rooms are very much in demand.

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