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The Chelsea Harbour Hotel

Chelsea Riverside Brasserie Terrace

A hidden haven, overlooking Chelsea Harbour Marina and the River Thames, The Chelsea Harbour Hotel boasts spectacular views across London’s iconic landscape. Offering 154 one bedroom suites with stunning views, many with balconies, this luxurious and contemporary hotel also features four spectacular penthouse suites providing some of the best panoramic views in London from their spacious roof terraces. Dine from ... Read More »

The Cavendish Hotel at Baslow

The Cavendish Hotel, Baslow

“Close the bedroom door behind you and unwind… for peace, solitude… and THAT view.” Thus says the website of the Cavendish Hotel at Baslow, that’s on the Chatsworth Estate which we were staying at to explore the Peak District as well as to visit Chatsworth itself. Result − an instant feeling of complete relaxation. The Cavendish is a lovely old ... Read More »

The latest must-dos for Paris this Autumn

Paris Travel

Thinking of going to the city of love? We have the latest on what’s happening this season. The headlining event When the leaves are turning in Paris for art lovers and collectors that can only mean one thing: it’s time for the FIAC. The International Contemporary Art Fair is to the French capital what the Frieze Fair is to London. ... Read More »

New Kid On The Block

New-Kid-Stratford

Many know Stratford as the site for the 2012 London Olympics, but since then, what has the town become? Before 2012,Stratford was labelled as a no-go part of Greater London, and despite much public apprehension, the £9 billion Olympic Games promised to turn the slum around. And it was worth it. Two years after the Olympics and Stratford is fast ... Read More »

The Honeymoon…

honeymoon-getaways

After the big day it’s time for the real fun. The bit that really is just for you. The Honeymoon. Once the ice swans have melted, the carriage has been returned, the champagne gone flat and the last guests have stumbled out into the night, you can look forward to your time away with your new partner. But where to go and what to do? There are ... Read More »

A Different Kind of Camping

crafty-camping-black-and-white-tent

We all know the dream of camping. In our heads it’s all Swiss Family Robinson or suave safaris with cunningly carved devices, cosy beds hoisted into trees and racing on ostriches. Ok, perhaps not the ostrich racing, but somehow a clear picture of ingenious gadgets or billowy comfort has been painted that is frequently found to be a little at ... Read More »

Living the life in Paradise

Kamalaya

Koh Samui is one of the most popular island retreats in Thailand and often people don’t want to leave. Abena Bailey finds out how a trip here can be more than just a holiday. Steal away for a few days to recharge your batteries. The island is a major spa destination and there are many places to relax and indulge in a wellness programme. ... Read More »

Cornish Retreats

Clifftop_Bath

From the unusual to the super luxurious, Cornwall has a mind boggling selection of places to stay. To help you pick the perfect spot Abena Bailey gives you the inside story on her favourite coastal retreats. It has the best seat in the house. Chegwidden Farm in St Levan is a must for families and anyone who loves the theatre, animals and beach life. ... Read More »

The Little Black Gallery

Black Gallery

With summer now far behind us, and the Christmas and New Year holidays to look forward to, plans are ahead for leaving the city. So, whether you are flying to the sunshine or warming yourself by the fire Alistair Taylor-Young’s ‘Holiday’ exhibition at The Little Black Gallery, sponsored by World Club Travel, is the perfect place to escape – to ... Read More »

Discover The Food, Wine and Art in the Beautiful Towns That Trail The Languedoc-Roussillon

Languedoc

If you are in search of beautiful ancient villages with narrow cobblestone lanes, amazing mountainous scenery and rustic bistros then Minervois in the Languedoc-Roussillon wine region in southern France is the perfect destination. Just a short flight from London Stansted to Carcassonne and you find yourself in the heart of the land, which is situated along the canal du midi, and is mostly famed for its wine yet is ... Read More »

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