The Wordrobe’s Sophie Ritchie experiences the quirky charm of this seafront hideaway in Porthallow, Cornwall.
Escape to the countryside with our pick of Britain’s cream of the crop country house hotels
Explore the beauty of the English coastline and embark upon a visit to one of the country’s finest beaches and sand-side hotels.
The Wordrobe’s Sophie Ritchie enjoys a scenic stay at Armathwaite Hall, a luxury hotel nestled in the heart of Cumbria.
Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur or simply looking for something more unique than the usual Starbucks experience, The Wordrobe spills the beans on the best Brighton coffee shops to drink your way around.
We take a trip to Hertfordshire for a novel-worthy getaway at Sopwell House
Tempt your tastebuds and get your culture fix with a weekend visit to Bath.
The Wordrobe heads to Hampshire for a weekend stay at the magnificent Tylney Hall Hotel
Meet Cambridge’s coolest new hotel.
There are times when you want the most modern of hotels and then, there are times when nothing but a luxurious classic will do.
The Wordrobe tries a Shakespearan stay at The Townhouse, Stratford, a boutique hotel set in the middle of a bustling medieval market town.
The Wordrobe’s Sophie Ritchie enjoys a stay of charming elegance at Edinburgh’s most iconic hotel.
Swap your sunscreen for a scarf and head to Sussex – The Wordrobe shares how to spend the perfect weekend in this coastal city
The Wordrobe peels back the layers of a busy Pimlico bar and discovers a charmingly zesty stay at The Orange in Pimlico.
From luxury shopping to chic coffee shops, here’s how to spend a day in the busy and bustling streets of Canterbury, Kent
As pretty as a picture with endless exploring opportunities – here’s how to spend a day at Polesden Lacey in Surrey.
Nestled in the forested heart of East Sussex lies the majestic Ashdown Park Hotel and Country Club – a stunning four-star hotel that wouldn’t look out of place within an Austen novel.
There’s only a few things that will get me up at 6.30am on a Saturday – and Raymond Blanc’s food is one of them.
Simple, quiet and spiritual. If you haven’t visited St. Leonard’s Forest near Horsham yet, here’s why you should.