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The Peacock at Rowsley

The Peak District is beautiful, idyllic in fact.  From the well-known spa town of Buxton and the famous market town of Bakewell, to the quaint village of Rowsley in the Derbyshire countryside, this part of the country is lovely. Our travel writer Rachel McAlley fell...

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Protaras, Cyprus

Cyprus; whitewashed chapels perching out over azure shores, narrows streets with blue shutters open wide and weathered gentlemen in village tavernas putting the world to rights over a zivania or two. A welcoming Mediterranean island just 5 hours flying time from the...

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Cheval Residences

Cheval Residences are celebrating 35 years of excellence in 2017. Offering a collection of London’s most desirable Serviced Apartments and Residences, located in some of its most sought-after neighbourhoods. Each residence has its own individual style, yet all share...

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Even more luxury at Crab Manor Hotel

Imagine being invited on a tour of the world's most famous luxury hotels without ever having to step onto a single airplane or grapple with the tiniest bit of jet lag. From Bora Bora in the South Pacific to Mount Nelson in Cape Town, Crab Manor takes you to the most...

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Rockcliffe Hall

Set in 375 acres of beautiful County Durham landscape, Rockliffe Hall is five star luxury refined.  Located in a picturesque village called Hurworth on the outskirts of Darlington, this hotel, golf, and spa resort is a relaxed haven away from the real world. Our...

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Passport to Adventure

Adventure travel has come of age .Once upon a time, adventure travel was best associated with grungy school-leavers hitching their  way around the world on their gap year, not anymore... But like those backpackers that have gone all sensible, adventure travel has...

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Airports – Love Them or Hate Them?

Are you busy looking for holiday destinations for this Summer? Well there is one thing that stands between you and that sunshine drenched beach - the airport! Are you a lover or a hater? Airport experiences can vary dramatically - some love the shopping opportunities...

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Dog Friendly Days Out in Yorkshire

Sometimes a family day out isn’t complete if your beloved pooch is stuck at home. However, it isn’t always easy to find somewhere that welcome those both two- and four-legged. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to five of the best dog-friendly days out in...

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Combermere Abbey’s Restored Splendour

Redefining the concept of B&B, exclusive and unique, twelfth-century Combermere Abbey on the Cheshire-Shropshire border has just opened the doors of its luxury ‘six-star’ B&B accommodation in its newly-restored, award-winning North Wing. With just two...

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From the Dales to Wales with Welsh Rarebits

North Wales has been named in the Lonely Planet Best in Travel list 2017 and, as the January blues take hold, there is no better time to visit a new part of the UK. North Wales is a great area to visit all year round, with snow-capped mountains in winter and sunny...

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Wanderlust With JNT & The Luxury Travel Lounge

In the age of doing everything online, can working with a travel agent really save you money? The answer is yes, because travel agents usually don’t charge customers for their services. Instead, their payment comes through hotels and wholesalers as commission, meaning...

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“RENDEZ-VOUS CHIC À PARIS”

In the heart of the Latin Quarter, between Notre Dame, Le Panthéon and the Seine, the  4  stars boutique hotel La Lanterne welcomes visitors looking for the authentic Parisian chic. The hotel provides the best of the French hospitality in a stylish yet friendly and...

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Discover Iceland with Idle Travel

  Start your adventure in Iceland with Idle Travel.... Located in the North-Atlantic ocean close by the Arctic Circle, Iceland is very much a bridge between continents. It takes approximately five hours to fly from New York to Reykjavík, and three hours from...

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North Star, The Hotel in the Woods…

The unique retreat, near the village of Sancton in East Yorkshire is set in 500 acres of native English woodland and is the second outdoor venture from husband and wife team Christian and Carolyn Van Outersterp, who set up Jollydays Glamping in North Yorkshire, eight...

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