Europe and Middle East

Talland Bay Hotel, Looe, Cornwall

Nothing classic, nothing ordinary, nothing safe. The Talland Bay Hotel is left-field quirky, a giggling surprise around every corner.

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 Kahani Restaurant. Belgravia

You start the night in Belgravia, descend into a vision of 1970‘s Parisian chic, but when you tuck into the food at Kahani you are transported to the Indian subcontinent with food reminiscent of the finest offerings of Delhi and Mumbai.

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Eating Algarve, Portugal

More famous for its sun sand and golf courses in the UK, the Algarve has a rich culinary history with diverse influences from its former occupiers.

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St Ermin’s Hotel, London

Careless talk costs lives. You never know who is sitting next to you, who is listening. For the chilling core of the 20th Century, Second World War to Cold War, St Ermin’s was the cloak-and-dagger hub of international espionage.

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Insider Guide to Rural Cyprus

I’m on a farm sipping fresh donkey milk and it tastes divine. “Good isn’t it.” Says Pieris Georgiadis, owner of the Golden Donkeys Farm in Skarinou, “less than 3% fat and with micro-biotic properties, unbelievably good for you.”

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Cascades Championship Golf Course, Somabay, Egypt

For fair weather golfers the Cascades Championship Course is the Promised Land for warm winter golf.

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