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Where is your favourite place in the world?
Ibiza. For the beautiful beaches, laid-back beach bars and anything-goes attitude. Nothing can quite compare to a long, boozy lunch on an Ibizenco beach with wet hair, sun on your shoulders and … Read more →
‘The finest luxury hotel in the North East’ is housed in an impressive, sprawling Georgian mansion, all high ceilings, white Palladian pillars and vast stone terraces. There’s a slightly bizarre cylindrical water feature at the front entrance that … Read more →
Ellenborough Park’s gloriously sprawling estate spans several centuries and architectural styles, from its early Tudor beginnings, via the 19th century folly, complete with grand tower, to Woodland Gate, the newest wing, built around a pretty, flower-filled courtyard and … Read more →
Lucy Lord celebrates Chinese New Year by feasting on dim-sum at Soho’s Yauatcha
Dim sum teahouse offering contemporary Cantonese dim sum, patisserie inspired by European culinary techniques and Asian ingredients, and an extensive range of tea, wine and … Read more →
Lucy Lord samples the ‘absolutely exquisite’ Chinese New Year menu at Hakkasan Hanway Place
Hakkasan Hanway Place is the original restaurant of Hakkasan that opened in 2001 in London.
Designed by famed designer Christian Liaigre, Hakkasan Hanway Place … Read more →
Lucy Lord trials Instant Highlights, an express colour treatment, at Daniel Galvin’s Selfridges Salon
‘Discover new Instant Highlights and achieve your hair goals in half the time. Perfect for trend-aware aficionados who fancy some in-demand face-framing highlights or … Read more →
A first class country house hotel set in spectacular surroundings, Hambleton Hall has notched up an impressive number of accolades since its conversion in 1979. It has the longest retained Michelin star in the UK (since 1982) and … Read more →
A late 17th century Grade II listed manor house set in extensive landscaped gardens, Barnsley House resembles the (luxurious and well equipped) Cotswolds country retreat belonging to old friends you wish you’d had the good sense to cultivate. … Read more →