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Centrally located, the Apex Grassmarket Hotel is equally ideal for business travel or a perfect bolthole for a long weekend in the Scottish capital. The hotel is situated in the heart of the Old Town in...

Bath is a spectacular city and every time I visit it never ceases to amaze me. The thriving city has an ancient heritage. It has everything to offer from wonderful sight-seeing, a true cultural vibrancy,...

There aren’t many hotels that take my breath away; or that I can honestly say are flawless, or that I just want to return to again and again. That was until I stayed at the insanely good, Beaverbrook. Set...

One of the finest hotels in the Scottish capital, the Radisson Collection Royal Mile Edinburgh is a new addition to the city’s impressive roll call of luxury hotels. Formerly the Hotel Missoni, Radisson...

Stepping inside Langshott Manor is like stepping back in time. There’s a fire crackling in the bar, rugged exposed beams jut in all directions, and small, leaded windows offer glimpses into the manicured...

One of Europe’s most beautiful cities, Bath has been drawing visitors since Roman and Celtic times. The city’s three hot springs were sacred to the Celtic goddess Sulis. With the arrival of the Roman...

Words by Sara Darling Belfast is buzzing at any time of year. There are no two ways about it. Split into six quarters (must be an Irish thing!) each has its own identity, scene and nightlife. There is...

Cornwall isn’t the first destination that comes to mind when planning a winter weekend getaway – but why not? The beautiful county has an abundance of hotels, B&Bs and holiday cottages to choose...

Words by Kris Griffiths Time was when the north Kent seaside town of Margate was a thriving holiday resort, its popularity dating back to early Victorian times when Londoners were first attracted to the...

On the banks of Fritton Lake as part of the impressive 5000-acre Somerleyton Estate, it is hard to miss the impressive mustard yellow façade of The Fritton Arms, dating back to the 16th century. Re-opened...