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Sun salutations in the Cotswolds

Sun salutations in the Cotswolds

Ideally, we’d all salute the sun when it is actually out and visible in the sky. For those that can’t dedicate a whole week to practising yoga under blue skies abroad, a four-day retreat in the Cotswolds is ideal. (more…)

On a natural high

On a natural high

In the foothills of the Indian Himalayas, miles from anywhere, a new resort tipped to become one of the world’s leading wellness retreats has finally opened to guests after an extensive planning and construction process. (more…)

Around the world with Hugh Jackman

Around the world with Hugh Jackman

The superhero star of X-Men has morphed just as easily into the all-singing, fearless frontman in Les Miserables. But when the cameras aren’t rolling he is a true-blue Aussie…

Where have you just come back from? (more…)

Insiders guide to Sicily

Insiders guide to Sicily

Captivated by Sicily’s mix of rich history, culture and world-class gastronomy, Huw and Rossella Beaugie explored every corner of the island. In 2002 they set up Think Sicily, an exclusive collection of luxury villas, and started to share their knowledge with other travellers. (more…)

Pedal the Peaks

Pedal the Peaks

Chaps, get growing those handlebar moustaches, for this June Italy’s vintage bike race and festival is making its way to the UK for the very first time.

L’Eroica Britannia is all tweed caps and retro racing jerseys. (more…)

Just our cup of tea

Just our cup of tea

Once upon a time, the British cuppa was a refined affair. It had nothing to do with builders, or hair rollers, or chimps. It was a ceremony, a ritual that signified civilisation, one that could be set up in the shade of a baobab tree or beneath a parasol in the remotest of landscapes, in the most unforgiving of climates. (more…)

Sleeping lions

Sleeping lions

Imagine this: you’re creeping through the bush when you hear a growl in the distance. You cautiously follow the sound until you find fresh tracks which lead you to patch of long grass. (more…)

All that jazz in Paris

All that jazz in Paris

Amid all the Great Gatsby-themed cocktails, afternoon teas and parties of the moment is a proper homage to the Jazz Age.

The Prince de Galles was built in the 1920s so that Edward VIII had somewhere fine to stay when in Paris. (more…)

Fancy somewhere unusual this autumn?

Fancy somewhere unusual this autumn?

Drop the words ‘Papua New Guinea’ into conversation, along with ‘just got back from’ and you’ll have everyone’s attention. All cliches apply: it’s a land of mystery, where undiscovered species (and peoples) are hidden in the rainforest. (more…)

Last-minute Bank Holiday breaks

Last-minute Bank Holiday breaks

Want to head off this Bank-Holiday weekend but not sure what to do? We’ve selected the best places to stay in Britain during the long weekend; from the best countryside spas to beautiful boutiques by the seaside you’re sure to find something to make the perfect quick getaway… (more…)

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