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24 Hours in Bath

The 2000 year old Roman Baths are spectacularly well-preserved, and as one of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe, need little introduction. Once the site of one of the great religious spas of the ancient world; the people of Roman Britain came here to worship the goddess Sulis Minerva and bathe in the waters of the natural thermal springs, which still flow with hot water today. Equally atmospheric and fascinating, the annexed museum contains a collection of thousands of archaeological finds from pre-Roman and Roman Britain. 
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South Lodge, Nature Immersion Experience

Exclusive Collections’ South Lodge, a once private home set in ninety-two acres of Sussex countryside, offers the ‘chance to disconnect from your screen and reconnect with your soul.’ The magnificent property was once the home of renowned naturalist, Frederick Du … Read more →

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Chewton Glen

Set within 130 acres, Chewton Glen is a five-star Relais & Châteaux hotel situated on the edge of the enchanting New Forest. This former 18th century Manor boasts seventy-two rooms and fourteen luxury treehouses set within a private woodland. There … Read more →

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Ockenden Manor

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In the charming village of Cuckfield, West Sussex, lies Ockenden Manor: a quaint country manor house hotel with 28 uniquely decorated rooms, a purpose-built spa and an award-winning restaurant.

If you haven’t visited this part of the country, … Read more →

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Borgo 69, Tuscany

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Nestled in Val de Chiane, the largest open valley in the Tuscan Apennines, just half an hour from Florence, is Borgo 69… a former agricultural dwelling that comprises twelve unique self-catering villa suites, a restaurant and a Read more →

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Bedruthan Hotel and Spa, Cornwall

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On the North Coast of Cornwall, a mere five minutes from Newquay Airport is Bedruthan Hotel and Spa. Founded by the late Mary Whittington in 1959, the hotel and its younger sister, The Scarlet, are now run by … Read more →

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Olinto, Atlas Mountains

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It’s been a testing few months for communities living in the Atlas Mountains since the devastating earthquake that struck Morocco back in September. And while you might think it’s a jarring time to be pursuing luxury in the … Read more →

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Château St Pierre de Serjac & Domaine de Biar

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The South of France has long been on the map for upmarket British tourists seeking summer sun, poolside lounging and the slow, languid life of rosé filled afternoons. But Montpellier and the surrounding Languedoc region seems to have … Read more →

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100 Queens Gate Hotel

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For a full day of museum-hopping or shopping til you drop, you couldn’t be better located than the 100 Queens Gate Hotel in the heart of South Kensington. Behind its elegant 19th century Victorian façade, you’ll find … Read more →

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The Pig at Harlyn Bay, Cornwall

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Harlyn Bay is the newest addition to the eight-strong litter of hotels which entered the scene in 2011 when former restauranteur, Robin Hutson opened The first Pig at Brockenhurst. Hutson’s dream was to create ‘restaurants with rooms,’  a Read more →

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