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The 8 Must-See Exhibitions in 2022

We rounded up the most captivating cultural events that you will not want to miss in 2022. 1. Hito Steyerl: “I Will Survive” “I Will Survive,” Steyerl...

By Lj Lewis

19th April 2022

Time to Relax

We have a stunning selection of hotels that offer spa and wellness treatments so you can indulge, relax and unwind and most importantly pamper yourself in luxur...

By Lj Lewis

29th September 2021

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Our Top 6 Things To Do In The North of England

From Hadrian’s Wall down to the vibrant cities of Manchester and Leeds, the North of England remains an endlessly fascinating and varied destination. This...

By bestloved

20th October 2017

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Top 5 Historic Houses in the UK

A trip to a historic house is a great way to fill a day. No matter what age you are, there’s something of interest to both the young and old, and no matter wh...

By bestloved

2nd October 2017

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Our Top 8 Things to Do in Wales

Considering its relatively small land area, Wales packs in a enormous variety of natural beauty and attractions, from the dramatic mountain ranges of Snowdonia ...

By bestloved

15th September 2017

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A Whole Lot to Love: Best Loved Hotels Celebrates 22 Years

Way back in 1993, on Valentine’s Day to be precise, Best Loved Hotels came into being. The romance-heavy day of the launch influenced Best Loved’s name ...

By bestloved

13th February 2015

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Exciting Things Hoteliers Do

By Mike Bevans of Linthwaite House Exciting things hoteliers do. Testing, it is. It’s one thing to have to test the wines for the wine list. Tough, and I ...

By bestloved

2nd November 2014

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Yorkshire in Autumn at The White Swan

Guest Blogger Marion Buchanan owner of The White Swan at Pickering invites us enjoy the pleasures of a Yorkshire Autumn. Summer excitement and the related chaos...

By bestloved

1st October 2014

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Britain’s Best Getaways: A ‘wild’ getaway at London Zoo

Visit one of the most popular wildlife hotspots in Britain, the London Zoo. Also known as ‘Regent’s Zoo’, the London Zoo opened its doors for the public i...

By bestloved

14th August 2014

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Britain’s Best Getaways: Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Jersey

It all started with a man called Gerald Durrell, author and naturalist, born in Jamshedpur, India in 1925. At 21 years old, he had the dream to open up “a new...

By bestloved

12th August 2014

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The Mystery behind the Wiltshire Crop Circles

The intrigue of the famous Wiltshire crop circles have attracted visitors from all around the world for over 25 years. People often wonder where they come from ...

By bestloved

24th July 2014

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Sunderland International Airshow 2014

Mark your calendars for the biggest international airshow in Europe happening this weekend! It’s spectacular, and more importantly, FREE. The airshow takes pl...

By bestloved

22nd July 2014

National Garden Scheme: Goldsborough Hall, Yorkshire

If you haven’t heard of National Garden Scheme (NGS) then you are in for a treat. The NGS is an organisation that opens beautiful private gardens throughout E...

By bestloved

17th July 2014

Peak District

Britain’s Most Scenic Walks: The Roaches, Peak District

Summer is the perfect time to explore the natural, beautiful countryside of Britain on foot. There are hundreds of miles of trails with views that will leave yo...

By bestloved

15th July 2014

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Britain’s Churches: Whitby Abbey

Britain’s Churches have a long history, some even more than 1000 years. No wonder there are so many myths and legends told about Britain’s historic churches...

By bestloved

11th July 2014

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British Summer Music Festivals 2014

Summer is the best time to enjoy some great outdoor music festivals. There is something for everyone’s taste and plenty of opportunities to listen to differen...

By bestloved

8th July 2014

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Traditional British Dishes: Yorkshire

Each region of Britain has its own distinct dishes based accumulated centuries of culture, agriculture, and history. One of the most distinctive is Yorkshire, w...

By bestloved

4th July 2014

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Britain’s Historical Houses: Gardens

The British Landscape is rich with ancient and majestic houses, hidden away in the nooks of cities and in the depths of the countryside. Britain’s Historical ...

By bestloved

1st July 2014

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Britain’s Most Scenic Walks: Hadrian’s Wall, Cumbria

Summer is the perfect time to explore the natural, beautiful countryside of Britain on foot. There are hundreds of miles of trails with views that will leave yo...

By bestloved

27th June 2014

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Britain’s Most Scenic Walks: The Lake District, Cumbria

Summer is the perfect time to explore the natural, beautiful countryside of Britain on foot. There are hundreds of miles of trails with views that will leave yo...

By bestloved

24th June 2014

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Explore the Wonders of Killarney National Park, Ireland

This summer, we want to enjoy the great outdoors as much as possible. What better way to do that then to explore the majestic views and history of the oldest na...

By bestloved

20th June 2014

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Britain’s Historical Houses: Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire

The British Landscape is rich with ancient and majestic houses, hidden away in the nooks of cities and in the depths of the countryside. Britain’s Historical ...

By bestloved

17th June 2014

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Britain’s Historical Houses: Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire

The British Landscape is rich with ancient and majestic houses, hidden away in the nooks of cities and in the depths of the countryside. Britain’s Historical ...

By bestloved

13th June 2014

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Britain’s Historical Houses: Hagley Hall, West Midlands

We’ve got a new blog series underway. The British Landscape is rich with ancient and majestic houses, hidden away in the nooks of cities and in the depths of ...

By bestloved

10th June 2014

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Britain’s Churches: Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln

Britain’s Churches have a long history, some even more than 1000 years. No wonder there are so many myths and legends told about Britain’s historic churches...

By bestloved

6th June 2014

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Relish Wales Second Helping

Do you love to cook? Are you a fan of delicious food? Then you cannot miss this week’s blog where we will tell you all about the Cliff Restaurant at St Brides...

By bestloved

3rd June 2014

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Britain’s Best Views: Stonehenge, Wiltshire

Discover the best views of Britain, from the world’s most famous prehistoric stone monument to endless grassland. In this blog, we will tell you all about the...

By bestloved

30th May 2014

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Britain’s Churches: The Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin

Britain’s Churches have a long history, some even more than 1000 years. No wonder there are so many myths and legends told about Britain’s historic churches...

By bestloved

27th May 2014

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Britain’s Churches: The Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset

Britain’s Churches have a long history, some even more than 1000 years. No wonder there are so many myths and legends told about Britain’s historic churches...

By bestloved

23rd May 2014

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Britain’s Best Views: The London Eye, London

Discover the best views of Britain, from a 360 degree view of the city to Europe’s tallest observation wheel. In this blog, we will tell you all about the vie...

By bestloved

20th May 2014