Hawkyns by Atul Kochhar

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Old Amersham, arguably the most beautiful and quintessentially English town in Britain, with its Four Weddings and a Funeral aesthetic (the movie was filmed there), quaint houses, rich history and glorious landscapes has been jazzed up by its new and slightly edgy, restaurant: Hawkyns. Founded by twice-Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar, this is a apt combination... Read more »

M IS NOT FOR SALE

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Celebrating women's empowerment month, new award winning restaurant, M Victoria Street launches a two week Pop-Up restaurant launch with 100% of the profits being donated to Not For Sale, a global organisation working to end human trafficking. BBB was invited to the preview gala night to find out more... Entering via M Wine Store, a... Read more »

Hattusa Restaurant

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Tucked away on the England-Wales border, on the outskirts of Bristol, is dainty Berwick Lodge - a lesser-known quaint hotel with a few elegant guest-rooms, romantic cosy fireplace adorned bar, and, importantly, 2 AA rosette restaurant Hattusa. This homely yet sumptuous space, embellished with pretty furnishings and various views onto majestic grounds, is a restaurant... Read more »

Berwick Lodge

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Down a winding private road adorned with ancient oaks and pastures green, lies beautiful Berwick Lodge, a quaint Bristolian hotel designed with rest, relaxation and romance in mind. Originally built in 1890 as a lavish dowry gift for the daughter of General and Mrs Sampson Way, Berwick is a secret escape steeped in romantic history.... Read more »

Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill

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My most recent dining adventure brought me to Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill, a Corrigan Restaurant, tucked away on Swallow Street in Piccadilly London. The first impression was the thought of when my best friend in New York teased me with his continuous visits to his local oyster bar, it was now my turn but... Read more »

Chicheley Hall

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Milton Keynes. Not typically considered a destination for a romantic mini break. Yet just 15 minutes by car from Milton Keynes Central station, you will find Chicheley Hall. Which is just that. Running as a hotel for the last 5 years, this A Grade I listed mansion, is regarded as one of the finest examples... Read more »

Christy’s Bathroom

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Having recently renovated a barn in the Surrey countryside I have become obsessed with interior design and accessories. Something that always makes a big difference to creating a luxury bathroom is a towel. So I looked no further than the granddaddy of towels, Christy’s. The Christy story begins in 1850 with the invention of the... Read more »

Chamberlain’s of London

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At the risk of opening myself up to a load of obvious jokes, I am a simple man. I don’t follow trends. Fashion remains a true mystery. Take me somewhere with very loud music, terrible service and /or rude people, and you’ll see me get my coat within a few minutes, although my current record... Read more »