The Queensberry Hotel

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Bath is a city that is revered the world over. Millions of people visit the city of Bath each year and find themselves seduced by the Roman Baths, rolling countryside and perfect mix of the historic and contemporary. Despite being on my hit list for a very long time, until this trip I had never... Read more »

The Inn at Little Washington

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Removed from the bustling city of Washington, D.C., The Inn at Little Washington is about a two-hour drive away. The town it calls home is the quaint and quiet town of, ironically, Washington, Virginia. There’s a quality of country charm and worldliness in everything from the décor to the food at The Inn at Little... Read more »

W Bangkok

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Bangkok gives me life. The city is everything and anything all at once. Sensory overload is the name of the game. The noise, the smells, the nightlife, the traffic, the people, the food, the lights – Bangkok comes at you from every angle all at once. And yet, at the same time, it is a... 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 »

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 »

Tamburlaine Hotel

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It’s official I am now an English resident (again) and my first assignment brought me to the beautiful university city of Cambridge. I had been there many moons ago so I was quite excited when the opportunity to visit The Tamburlaine came about. The Tamburlaine opened early 2017 and although this section of the city... Read more »

Hotel Adlon Kempinski

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Within Berlin, a city that simultaneously invites visitors to inspect its tragic history and to wonder at its forward thinking art and culture, the Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin is a building that seems untouched by the swirling currents of the winds of change. Though there has been extensive modernisation since it opened in 1907, the... Read more »

The Swan at Lavenham

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It was time to step off the fast paced rollercoaster that is life, and reset the heart, the soul and the mind. Rather than battling through an airport and jumping on an airplane to head to foreign climes Cheeky and I hopped in the car and took a short drive to Suffolk and the historical... Read more »