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The Pig Near Bath

The credentials:

‘Come and experience The Pig Near Bath – a 29 bedroom mellow country house perfectly situated near Bath and Bristol. This is a real get-away location, truly rural, with quintessentially English views of this undiscovered part of Somerset.… Read more →

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The Pig in the Wall, Southampton

The Credentials:

The original Pig, situated in Brockenhurst in the New Forest, won rave reviews when it opened last year. Marketed as a ‘restaurant with rooms’ by Hotel Du Vin founder Robin Hutson, the on-site kitchen garden was trumpeted, as … Read more →

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Skin pigmentation laser therapy at Strip Chelsea

The blurb

The luxury London salon chain was born in 2005 in Notting Hill, and was original from the start – as the capital’s first high-end waxing-only bar. Founding sisters Danielle and Marie-Louise Featherstone dreamt of turning waxing from an … Read more →

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An Evening In Amsterdam

From the sleazy red-light district to the notorious coffee shops, Amsterdam often gets a bad rap. However, my experience of the Dutch city was a very different one. This is how I spent one of my favourite evenings…

A drink

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Andy Scott

You’re the new owner and landlord of Frank Lampard’s pub The Pigs Ear in Chelsea – how did that come about and what plans have you got for it?

The Pig’s Ear is Chelsea’s oldest pub and we’ve got great … Read more →

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brackenbury
'Light and healthy meals without being too indulgent for a midweek dinner out '

The Brackenbury

Open for lunch Tue–Sat midday–2.30pm, for dinner Tue–Sat 6.30pm–9.30pm

The blurb

The gap between Shepherd’s Bush and Hammersmith could probably be mistaken for a ‘no man’s land’—pubs and fine dining in Shepherd’s Bush are sparse; Hammersmith is much the same. … Read more →

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Red Lemon
'My only regret about the chow was wishing I’d tried some of their bar snacks'

The Red Lemon, Notting Hill

Open midday—11pm Mon—Wed; midday—midnight Thu—Sat; midday—10.30pm Sun

The Style

I reviewed this place a year ago when it was The Pelican and, honestly, not much has changed. The big white bird over the fireplace has gone but there are still … Read more →

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'They’ll be surprised at the menu initially...'

Finch’s Dining Room

Open Mon–Thu 11am–11pm, Fri–Sat 11am–midnight, Sun midday–10.30pm

The style & crowd:

Once upon a time there were gastropubs, which dared to offer restaurant quality food instead of nuts and crisps. Surprisingly, Portobello needs one of those. Now virtually all pubs … Read more →

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Christmas Shopping with Fab

Christmas Shopping with Fab

I’m always stuck for time and inspiration before Christmas. One minute we’re enjoying a summer BBQ, the next everyone’s roasting chestnuts and drinking mulled wine. Christmas creeps up, and I can’t remember any of the gorgeous … Read more →

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Hospes Casa del Rey de Baeza, Seville
Hospes Casa del Rey de Baeza, Seville

Hospes Casa del Rey de Baeza, Seville

The Credentials:

Seville, the city that has inspired over 100 operas and played muse to countless writers and artists, is undoubtedly the cultural capital of Andalucia. The region stands proudly with its back to Spain, staring across the Mediterranean towards … Read more →

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