Montenegro is a land of wild and precious beauty, characterised by an immense natural diversity and historic grandeur.
Where is there to go now that is only a few hours flight from London, still pretty unexploited, yet guarantees beautiful landscapes and is at the cusp of becoming the next global luxury destination?
Whilst the Shandrani Resort and Spa provides everything you need, Mauritius is a beautiful island so I would recommend tearing yourself away from the gorgeous beaches, pools, water sports and chocolate moose and taking in some of the sites.
Mauritius is celebrated for its water sports and one of the very best places to go is the Shandrani Resort and Spa. They have catamarans, kayaks and windsurfs aplenty, all included in the resort and the boat crew are the best we have ever come across in any of our travels.
The Netherlands is blessed with an abundance of incredible cities.
Great milestones such as anniversaries deserve something a little special, such as a beautiful hotel experience, great English countryside, fine dining and lots of romance.
For our Bentley Flying Spur luxury tour of English vineyards we were staying at the 5 star Lainston House Hotel in Winchester. Part of the Exclusive Group of hotels, which includes Penny Hill Park and South Lodge amongst others.
Commanding a magnificent position between the Blackdown and Quantock hills in the countryside a couple of miles from Taunton is the Mount Somerset Hotel and Spa.
The Med’s High-Style Sparkles in Torquay.
We seemed to be driving forever down single track lanes with high hedges on either side, but we had been warned that one mile might feel more like ten.
Cheltenham has a reputation of being the essence of an elegant Regency town, the immediate image that comes to mind is that it is rather genteel and sleepy, the fact is that there is masses going on in and around the town.
A few years ago, we reviewed the historic Bear Hotel at Woodstock near Oxford; a characterful, pretty, ivy-clad historic coaching inn with a super-abundance of beams, open fireplaces, squeaky floorboards and a rich helping of atmosphere… Just perfect to explore the Cotswolds for both the active a
The Cotswolds represent the British countryside at its best, an idyll that is portrayed in so many films and articles. An added bonus is that we have some of the most luxurious country house hotels where you can find all the creature comforts, together with delicious food. You can chill out in
Promenading along the waterfront in a Mediterranean resort is one of the joys of life, that special light, the dreamy atmosphere, the cafés and other distractions all make for an emotive and memorable experience.
Seeking the real style of promenading
Saas Fee obviously gets into the blood as successive generations come to ski in this low-key and very relaxed resort. The large village is car-free and whilst there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants, they are not adorned with the intrusive signage seen all too frequently these days.
Gravetye Manor is a beautiful country house hotel with 17 bedrooms and suites, nestled in the most glorious gardens.