England

The Bell Inn, New Forest

13/02/2019 by .

Considering the Bell Inn in the tiny New Forest village of Brook has been owned by the same family for over 200 years, longevity seems to be part of its DNA. Perhaps that’s why Barry has lit the log fire in the bar every morning at 11.30 for 37 years and counting.

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Rhinefield House Hotel, Brockenhurst

01/02/2019 by .

What would William Conqueror make of the New Forest today? In 1079 from his capital in Winchester, William established the New Forest by royal decree, as his hunting grounds.

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Drakes Of Brighton

24/01/2019 by .

With Valentine’s around the corner, the L. word is….. Location. ‘Now’ is the ideal time to think about whisking your adorable-other to a fabulous place.

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Hartwell House Hotel, Aylesbury

20/11/2018 by .

The drive up to the lodge gate at Hartwell House is impressive. No less because Dave, the lodge-keeper, pops his head up seemingly from nowhere. “You must be Mr Mossack. Welcome to Hartwell House. Please drive around to your right where Martin, our porter, will meet you.”

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St. James’ Court London Taj

12/10/2018 by .

It’s an odd feeling coming back to a hotel that was once something quite different to what it is now. Such is the case with St. James’ Court London Taj, a huge Victorian property that was formerly a pretty dodgy Crowne Plaza.

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Middlethorpe Hall

16/08/2018 by .

York is blessed with more attractions than you can shake a Yorkie bar at. There’s medieval Minster, the Vikings, the Shambles, the ancient city walls and York’s rich history of chocolate making.

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