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Category: Travel

REVIEW: Stoke Park Hotel & Spa, Buckinghamshire March 29, 2017

REVIEW: Stoke Park Hotel & Spa, Buckinghamshire

WHY GO? This is just any grand old hotel. The spa is worth a visit alone – a huge gym is chock-full of equipment and there’s an extensive programme of professionally-taught classes all day, in everything from Body Pump to Hot Yoga. Finish with...read more »

REVIEW: St. Mary’s Inn, Morpeth December 11, 2016

REVIEW: St. Mary’s Inn, Morpeth

WHAT? The focal point of a new housing area being developed in Morpeth, just outside of Newcastle, this pub with rooms has true soul – warm furnishings, friendly staff and great food. WHERE? Seeking solace from bustling Newcastle we hailed a cab...read more »

REVIEW: Seaham Hall, County Durham December 11, 2016

REVIEW: Seaham Hall, County Durham

WHAT? A stunning spa hotel combining five star luxury, exquisite service and jaw-dropping history atop a ragged cliff edge in County Durham. WHY GO? A breathless recommendation from Jay Rayner brought FashionBite to Newcastle last month, ready for...read more »

REVIEW: Jesmond Dene House Hotel, Newcastle November 30, 2016

REVIEW: Jesmond Dene House Hotel, Newcastle

WHAT? The city of Newcastle’s answer to a country house hotel. It may be mere miles from the city centre, but wandering the beautiful, oak-panelled halls it feels for all the world like you’re in the middle of nowhere. WHERE? Encased in...read more »

REVIEW: Malmaison Hotel, Charterhouse Square November 17, 2016

REVIEW: Malmaison Hotel, Charterhouse Square

As a student at the University of Leeds, I had the pleasure of visiting Malmaison Hotel when my parents opted to stay there while visiting for my graduation ceremony. I was immediately struck by the impressive facade and dark, moody decor – it...read more »

REVIEW: St James’s Hotel And Club November 16, 2016

REVIEW: St James’s Hotel And Club

Decades ago, such was the opulence and grandeur of St James’s Hotel and Club that it was not uncommon to see Sir Winston Churchill or James Bond author Ian Fleming lounging at the bar. Modern day celebrities from Elle Macpherson to Michael Caine,...read more »

REVIEW: The Metropolitan Hotel October 18, 2016

REVIEW: The Metropolitan Hotel

If you’re tired of boutique hotels trying slightly too hard, you’ll love the cool sophistication of the Metropolitan COMO, Old Park Lane. Clean, minimalist, fuss-free, there are no pretenses here  – 144 outrageously spacious rooms...read more »

REVIEW: Langdon Court Hotel, A Jacobean Mansion In South Devon October 12, 2016

REVIEW: Langdon Court Hotel, A Jacobean Mansion In South Devon

In the heart of the picturesque Devonshire countryside, this family-run Jacobean mansion is a tranquil spot to explore the outstanding natural beauty that South Devon has to offer. We were really blown away by the breathtaking scenery, rugged rural coastline...read more »

REVIEW: The Athenaeum hotel September 8, 2016

REVIEW: The Athenaeum hotel

  Right off the bat, let’s put it out there: The Athenaeum is in a pretty special location, steps from The Ritz and Buckingham Palace Gardens. Dripping with wealth and history, the area is always alluring, but aloof – an air of the...read more »

REVIEW: One Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells August 19, 2016

REVIEW: One Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells

WHAT? Originally a brewery and school house, One Warwick Park is now the trendiest place to stay in sleepy Tunbridge Wells. Clever architecture and painfully modern interior design has turned a series of unconnected structures into one unified...read more »

Party Like A Princess With Zoo Loos At Glastonbury June 17, 2016

Party Like A Princess With Zoo Loos At Glastonbury

Camping for up to five days with no creature comforts to speak of strikes fear into the hearts of many girls and we think it’s a crying shame that this could rob them of the festival experience of a lifetime. But how about this – we’re...read more »

The Best Family Friendly Boutique Music Festivals For 2016 April 11, 2016

The Best Family Friendly Boutique Music Festivals For 2016

Planning your summer already? We bring you a selection of the best boutique music festivals in Europe to take the family. Whether it’s camping or glamping that’s more up your street – you should find something for everyone in our definitive guide. THE...read more »

REVIEW: Mercure Southgate Hotel, Exeter September 17, 2015

REVIEW: Mercure Southgate Hotel, Exeter

Planning a trip to beautiful Exeter to support a friend running student festival Hijacked, we quickly realised we weren’t teenagers anymore. We wanted somewhere nice to stay, we wanted a shower, and we wanted it to be close by. Enter the newly-reopened...read more »

TRAVEL: A Week In Tuscany September 12, 2015

TRAVEL: A Week In Tuscany

I’ve just returned from a wonderful week in Tuscany, staying in the mountains about an hour’s drive from Pisa and Florence. Beautiful weather, stunning food and drink – you couldn’t ask for much more from a holiday. We enjoyed relaxing days...read more »

A Night With Sinatra At The Athenaeum September 7, 2015

A Night With Sinatra At The Athenaeum

It’s no secret that The Athenaeum is one of our favourite hotels in London, steeped in true glamour and iconic history. Always in search of new ways to enrich the experience of its well-to-do guests (see our glowing review of the Mad Hatter’s...read more »