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This restaurant-with-rooms takes our writer to food heaven, with its Italian cooking made from the best Devonshire ingredientsI do love an agriturismo. Independent, family-run, in peaceful countryside and serving homemade locally sourced food, they represent the best of Italian hospitality....
I will walk 500 miles … in search of Darwin’s ship on the Essex coastFriday the 30th, 2021
The third leg of the Beach of Dreams walk comes to the historic River Crouch, and the baffling disappearance of HMS Beagle• Read part one and part two of the walkThe river crossing from South Woodham Ferrers to Hullbridge looks like a scene from a John Constable painting: two men in shorts and...
West Highlands on a budget: a hostel amid Scotland’s mountains and waterfallsThursday the 29th, 2021
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The best of British seaside festivals and events for 2021: readers’ tipsThursday the 29th, 2021
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Away from it all: island hopping around Finland’s Turku archipelagoThursday the 29th, 2021
With Finland now open to vaccinated travellers, the 20,000 pristine islands off its south-west coast make for an appealing post-pandemic tourFinland has dealt with the pandemic much better than a lot of other countries. It still has one of the lowest rates of both confirmed cases (about 103,851...
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Top 10 budget beach hotels and B&Bs on Mexico’s Pacific coastWednesday the 18th, 2015
Enjoy ocean views from rooftop bars or just step out and get the sand between your toes. From Mazatlán to Pochutla, here are 10 charming beachside escapesMexico’s Pacific coast, more than 1,000 miles of it, is renowned for its beaches, as well as the resorts which have attracted Hollywood...
Top 10 budget beach hotels, guesthouses and hostels on the Yucatán peninsula, MexicoMonday the 16th, 2015
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Top 10 budget beach B&Bs in the SeychellesMonday the 26th, 2015
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Top 10 budget beach guesthouses and B&Bs in South Africa's Western CapeMonday the 5th, 2015
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A holiday guide to the Canary IslandsTuesday the 25th, 2021
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How can we get our deposit back after our holiday cottage fell through?Monday the 15th, 2021
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Pitch perfect: how glamping could salvage our summerSunday the 14th, 2021
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Homes by the sea for sale in the UK – in picturesFriday the 24th, 2020
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How to fend off your conspiracy obsessed relatives during the holiday seasonTuesday the 24th, 2019
When Uncle Ted has a few drinks and starts screaming that the world is flat, have a few tactics ready to counter his bizarre rantsIt’s the holidays: time for eggnog, ironic Christmas sweaters, and interactions with relatives you’d avoid like the plague if you didn’t share DNA.Perhaps in...
Forget Bali, I found bliss in the blandness of a chain hotel | Emma BrockesFriday the 18th, 2019
Four days spent alone in Florida pushed me to the limits of boredom. But it was just what I neededI was in a chain hotel 20 miles north of Orlando for meetings that would last, on and off, for four days. This was not a holiday resort. Outside, the rain was bathwater warm, the pool windswept and...
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‘It was only when we stopped for a breather, and to take this picture, that we were hit by the island’s beauty’In 2017 my girlfriend Harriet and I spent a lot of our free time travelling around the British Isles looking for the best places to cycle. While at university in London, we often...
Grape escapes: 10 amazing UK vineyard hotels and lodgesSunday the 25th, 2021
Lush scenery, wine tasting, great food and no drive home ... where to stay among the grapevinesOne of the largest producers in the UK, the vineyard at Denbies was first planted in 1986 and is still run by the same family, who have developed the estate to encompass a hotel, two restaurants and a...
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Snowdonia on a budget: a five-star hostel in the heart of the national parkWednesday the 21st, 2021
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Europe’s unluckiest train station gets new lease of life as hotelMonday the 19th, 2021
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Many of us are holidaying close to home this year and opting for camping, having never tried it before. Readers recall the cold, wet, wild and wonderful experiences they have had under canvasAfter 18 months of lockdown and seeing nothing but buildings and city life, I needed to get away. I’d...
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Tell us about a UK country fair for the chance to win a £200 holidayTuesday the 27th, 2021
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RedDoorz has launched a new mid-scale brand, Sunerra Hotels, as part of its bid to become Southeast Asia's largest hospitality company. The first property launched in Jakarta, Indonesia, earlier this month.
Hilton and Signo Hospitality to Develop 10 New Hotels in GermanyWednesday the 3rd, 2021
Agreement extends to Austria and Switzerland and focuses on Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton by Hilton and Motto by Hilton; Hilton Garden Inn Herne and Hampton by Hilton Bottrop confirmed as first two properties
Egypt, Slovenia, Ukraine, and Other Major Destinations Get the WTTC Safe Travels StampMonday the 22nd, 2020
More destinations recognised by the world’s first ever global safety and hygiene stamp
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation Announces Plan For Reopening Tourism SectorWednesday the 3rd, 2020
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Paradise Island JA Manafaru Maldives Transforms Into All-inclusive ResortThursday the 5th, 2020
Guests now benefit from an all-inclusive meal plan which offers a culinary journey of 7 restaurants and bars, complimentary experiences and premium beverages from 11am-11pm, as they embrace island life on the magnificent lagoon-ringed Haa Alifu Atoll at the northern tip of the Maldives.
InterContinental Hotels & Resorts Reveals Multi-sensory Experiences in Seven Cities Around the WorldWednesday the 26th, 2020
InterContinental Hotels & Resorts unveils some of the most authentic ways to experience New York, London, Dubai, Paris, Mexico City, Sydney and Shanghai, inspiring and redefining travel in some of the world’s most famous cities in 2020
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How Overtourism Killed Spontaneous Travel - CNNWednesday the 20th, 2019
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Construction Begins on Detroit's First Cambria HotelMonday the 4th, 2019
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Tourism in the Balkans: Raising the Bar for EuropeMonday the 28th, 2019
Amidst relatively modest growth in visitor numbers across Europe during 2019, the Balkans region has been this year’s stand-out success story for the tourism industry. Ask anyone that has experienced the area’s rugged mountains, glittering coastline and UNESCO World Heritage sites...
Nashville the Most Expensive US City for Hotels, Survey ShowsThursday the 10th, 2019
Nashville is the most expensive city in the United States for accommodation, according to a survey by Cheaphotels.org, which compared hotel rates across 50 urban destinations.
Thousand Hills Golf Resort Joins Ascend CollectionWednesday the 9th, 2019
Located at 245 S. Wildwood Drive within the Ozark Mountains, Thousand Hills Golf Resort is just blocks from Branson's Country Music Highway 76, which features dozens of live-performance theaters, over 100 restaurants and many other family-friendly attractions.
Will 2019 Be Another Record Year for Montenegro's Booming Tourism Industry?Monday the 7th, 2019
Figures released in July pointed to 2019 being another boom year for the industry, with tourist arrivals during the first six months 20% higher than the same period last year. Hoteliers have continued to report exceptionally high occupancy during the remainder of the summer, particularly in...
7 of the Quirkiest Hotels You Want To Stay On Your Next TripMonday the 10th, 2019
Depending on the type of traveler you are, sometimes a hotel is just a place to rest after a long day of exploring the surroundings of your destination. For others, the right hotel is part of what makes the travel experience an interesting one. We have found some of the quirkiest hotels around...
Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas Features Underwater WeddingsMonday the 13th, 2019
Make a statement with an underwater wedding. Your altar is a coral bed, your rings presented in a white shell. Exchange vows with a dive-certified minister your witness, each moment captured by a underwater photographer.
Business Travel Surges in MallorcaTuesday the 12th, 2019
Palma Convention Centre managed by Meliá Hotels International presented its Activity Report for 2018 today, its first full year of operation after opening in April 2017. Over the year , the Convention Centre and Meliá Palma Bay Hotel hosted 226 events with 76,678 attendees,...
Saint Lucia Records over 1.2 Million Visitors In 2018Wednesday the 23rd, 2019
Saint Lucia has recorded its best performance ever in visitor arrivals, as it welcomed 1,218,294 visitors in 2018. That number represents a 10.2% increase over 2017, which was also a record-setting year for the island.