Escape to the countryside with our pick of Britain’s cream of the crop country house hotels
Meet Cambridge’s coolest new hotel.
We take a trip to Hertfordshire for a novel-worthy getaway at Sopwell House
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.
Tempt your tastebuds and get your culture fix with a weekend visit to Bath.
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.
I take a break from the hectic pace of city life and heads to Hampshire for a weekend stay at the magnificent Tylney Hall Hotel