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Seasons of RyeSeasons of Rye [ 14th March 2006 ]

So impressed was Her Majesty with the little Cinque Port Town of Rye and the welcome of the townspeople that, on departure, she honoured the town with the title ‘Rye Royal’ More »

Schedule Some EnthusiasmSchedule Some Enthusiasm [ 8th March 2006 ]

Picture this: You’ve just arrived at a morning meeting on the tenth floor of a chain hotel complete with views of the city’s wintery traffic outside. More »

Spring in the Royal GardenSpring in the Royal Garden [ 21st February 2006 ]

Overlooking Kensington Gardens, home to Kensington Palace, the former home of Diana, Princess of Wales, Royal Garden Hotel sits in one of London’s most enviable locations. More »

Just a Click Away!Just a Click Away! [ 14th February 2006 ]

It’s official! Internet shoppers now spend nearly as much online as they do in-store. Consumer confidence in e-tail is blossoming according to consumer analyst Verdict. More »

Corporate Sale Now On!Corporate Sale Now On! [ 7th February 2006 ]

Get up to 50% off this February with Best Loved Hotels. Save on corporate entertaining, business travel rates, events and more. More »

Simply the Best...Simply the Best... [ 1st February 2006 ]

I woke to a cold, crisp and clear morning today wondering whether my other half is going to like her Valentine’s present. More »

Richmond GateRichmond Gate [ 27th January 2006 ]

This elegant country house is perfectly placed for those that want the city without the smoke, situated at the top of Richmond Hill, just seven miles from London's West End and a million miles away from its roar. More »

The LanghamThe Langham [ 24th January 2006 ]

The Langham is London’s oldest Grand Hotel and was originally opened by the Prince of Wales – later Edward VII – on June 10th 1865. More »

4 great venues for weddings, events or just sheer relaxation4 great venues for weddings, events or just sheer relaxation [ 17th January 2006 ]

Christmas and New Year is a great time of year to get engaged, but in the cold light of a January morning, the tasks ahead can seem quite daunting. More »

Wind for your January SailsWind for your January Sails [ 10th January 2006 ]

Happy New Year! January is a month for new resolutions and blowing away the cobwebs. More »

Capitalise on ChristmasCapitalise on Christmas [ 13th December 2005 ]

The Capital is in the heart of one of London’s most enduring shopping Meccas. Stepping out onto the streets of Knightsbridge past the liveried doorman, you find yourself rubbing shoulders with fashionistas and bargain hunters alike. More »

Discover Dolphin SquareDiscover Dolphin Square [ 16th November 2005 ]

Visiting London at Christmas you’d be well–advised to ask for some choice tips. Why see St Paul’s Cathedral at cost by day, when Midnight Mass is more exciting and free? More »

Have Yourself a Merry Little ChristmasHave Yourself a Merry Little Christmas [ 8th November 2005 ]

Why mess about this Christmas with fir trees, glitter and string? More »

Festive Magic in Chipping CampdenFestive Magic in Chipping Campden [ 1st November 2005 ]

Cotswold House and Noel Arms hereby invite you to their Christmas and New Year house parties. More »

Christmas CrackersChristmas Crackers [ 18th October 2005 ]

Every Christmas there seems to be a competition at the butcher’s over who can buy the biggest, most prehistoric looking turkey. More »

Give me the keys to the hotelGive me the keys to the hotel [ 11th October 2005 ]

With the expense of keeping up my home, I sometimes think it would be easier to give it away in a raffle and live as a monk in the Pyrenees. More »

Luscious Autumns BreaksLuscious Autumns Breaks [ 4th October 2005 ]

Something must be in the air. Today’s news revealed that a group of three beer–swilling, cigarette–smoking body surfers from Cornwall will compete for Britain in the world championships in Hawaii. More »

Mid Week Breaks for Kids and Adults AlikeMid Week Breaks for Kids and Adults Alike [ 20th September 2005 ]

Well Summer is now a lingering memory. The Ashes are behind us. Congratulations England’s Men and Lady Cricketers. More »

Bovey CastleBovey Castle [ 13th September 2005 ]

Bovey Castle’s 2004 multi–million pound renovation broke a 50–year five–star resort and club drought in England’s South–West. More »

Autumn Through WinterAutumn Through Winter [ 6th September 2005 ]

As the last long days of summer creep towards autumn the scent of summer barbecues turns to November bonfires. More »

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