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A new exhibition at Hughenden Manor has opened which explores how Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli carefully curated his own image and used Hughenden …

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If, like us, you’re planning to take a trip to Lucca, Italy, this spring, then we’ve taken the leg work out of your research …

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Celebrating fifteen years since three splendid houses owned by Historic House Hotels were donated to the National Trust. Have you ever wandered round a …

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Crewe Hall Hotel & Spa is excited to announce that the exquisite chapel is now licenced to hold civil wedding ceremonies, in addition to …

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Crewe Hall is impressive. Seriously impressive. Its imposing exterior is made all the more so by the arrow straight drive that leads up to …

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Much of our courting (seems an old-fashioned term nowadays) was spent visiting Cornwall. Like many visitors, we loved its beautiful rolling countryside, quaint harbour …

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Our original plan was to visit Staffordshire and walk the canal paths in the area. Friends had visited Lichfield and had recommended the city …

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Characters from Lichfield’s rich history are bursting to tell their stories through a new, free, Augmented Reality story trail experience in the city. The …

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Last weekend, we had a few meetings in Portsmouth so we thought we’d stay over and take a look around the city with the …

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When our magazines go to print, we try to reward ourselves with a little weekend away occasionally. We’d had friends recommend Hartwell House & …