Some of the best family holidays are taken either on a sailing yacht or on a skiing holiday. All family members can take part at varying levels of interest and commitment, they are brilliant for children for both the enjoyment and the education, i.e.
The Resort: Zermatt (Switzerland). This world class summer and winter resort has so much tradition and heritage as well as a magnificent very near neighbour; the spectacular Matterhorn Mountain which overlooks the entire region. Everything is here with a combination of a great selection of rest
The Resort: Megeve (France
The Resort: Morzine (France
For many people, the thought of travelling to Australia for an extended holiday conjures images of Sydney Harbour and Opera House; the cultural hub that is Melbourne, a city that consistently ranks top in surveys of the world’s best quality of life; the vast barren wilderness of the outback, and
I remember my first visit to the Loire Valley like it was yesterday. Understandably given my left hand still carries the scars of a weekend that didn’t go quite as planned.
As summer gives way to autumn many people put holiday plans on hold. Christmas feels like a long way off, but given the modern world’s ant hill-like busyness we all know it will be upon us before we know it.
The East Hamburg Hotel is without doubt the most achingly trendy modern hotel in Hamburg, which has no shortage of trend spots. The whole hotel is so hip and boutique it practically defines these generic terms.
International Excellence Magazine reviews The Royal Antibes, a luxury 4 star hotel on the French Riviera.
Slovenia, Slovakia, Slavonia – it is no wonder Slovenia is not on our holiday destinations’ radar despite its great appeal. The country is small but its span of characteristics is wide; from the Alps with skiing and wild flowers to the flatter wine lands (plus big areas of hop gardens), as well
International eXcellence magazine was staying at Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa and dining at The Latymer as part of the Rolls Royce Wraith British Luxury Tour.
The Ceredigion coastline of mid-Wales might be a magnet for birders and lovers of saltings as well as fans of UNESCO Biosphere Areas. But it’s not where you should go if you suffer from Ovinaphobia. Or, a fear of sheep.