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Natasha Heard

I like eating nice food, talking about food and dreaming about food while lying on a large bed in a luxurious hotel suite preferably while being abroad in a beautiful, culture rich location. Contact Natasha, our travel and food editor, on natasha@luxurylifestylemag.co.uk.

Tucked away on Dartmoor, Devon, Ilsington Country House Hotel is one of those places where you go to slow down and hide away. It’s all there – a brand new spa, restaurant, pub, cosy lounge and...

The glorious city of Bath has history, shops and sights at every turn, practically smacking you in the face with it’s culture. It also happens to be inundated with delightful eateries ready to offer...

Andrew Dudley is the head chef at The Elephant Bar & Brasserie at The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate in St Austell. Born in the Welsh town of Llandeilo, Andrew always wanted to be a chef after...

Luxury Lifestyle Magazine food and drink editor Natasha Heard takes a detailed look at Salcombe Gin, a premium brand of gin that is starting to create a huge name for itself. Last year ended on a high...

Brimming with the famous classic Italian charm and five star luxury, London’s Baglioni hotel will certainly leave you raving about their ravioli. HOTEL Based in Kensington, overlooking the gardens...

Double Michelin starred chef Claude Bosi has ambitiously decided to close down his Hibiscus restaurant in Mayfair after sixteen successful years. However, Claude has kept busy. As well as working towards...

Housed in the 15th century Plymouth Gin Distillery, Barbican Kitchen is a relaxed brasserie run by top chef brothers, Chris and James Tanner. If gin’s your thing then a tour around the distillery...

Alberto Rossetti, the new Head Chef at Baglioni Hotel London’s Brunello Bar and Restaurant, brings to the fore extensive experience and a love for Italian food inspired by his mother while growing...

A 16th century manor house with an interesting history in a beautiful setting, Langdon Court in the hills of Devon is a great escape and ideal for a wedding too. THE HOTEL One owner was beheaded by Henry...

For a hotel owned by a couple of chefs, in the larder that is South Devon, you would hope that the resident restaurant would be pretty good. Luckily this is exactly what you get at Orestone Manor. Sitting...



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