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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.

With Marlow bridge to one side, the weir to the other, a church opposite and the Thames peacefully trickling past, the 4 star Macdonald Compleat Angler doesn’t need to do much else to attract, but...

Michelin starred chef and TV personality, Atul Kochhar first popped up on my radar with his delightful looking dishes on BBC’s Great British Menu some 10 years ago. His passion for combining traditional...

From nuns to brides, The Alverton Hotel in Cornwall has hosted an array of residents in its 187 year history. The grade II listed building was built in 1830 by the same architect as Truro cathedral and...

Uzbek food isn’t something I get to sample very often from the shores of Devon so when an opportunity to visit a restaurant serving just that arises, I grab it with both hands, knife and fork ready! Glancing...

For the business traveller who wants a sleek, smart hotel in the capital with plenty of mod cons, I don’t think you can go wrong at the Hilton London Canary Wharf. Based in the belly of the financial...

When I think of Cornwall my mind conjures up images of fishing villages, vast sandy beaches and holiday food, whether it be chocolate coated fudge from Padstow, fish and chips from Looe or a pasty from...

If you fancy a holiday in the hills, a home from home in beautiful Devon where you can bring all of your gear with you and feel as comfortable as can be, Salcombe Retreat should be near the top of your...

‘Devon is heaven’ as someone once said to me, and I have to agree. Luscious green hills, beautiful moorland and beaches that wouldn’t look out of place on a Spanish island, the county...

An impressive, grand building in Marylebone, The Landmark London offers an array of possibilities under one glass roof. I popped along one February evening to see quite how much I could fit in in under...

With a plethora of one, two and three Michelin starred eateries in Spain’s Basque region, it is no surprise that London’s Basque restaurant, Ametsa with Arzac Instruction is a holder of one...