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Shoreditch’s new criminally cool digs – Courthouse Hotel
An eclectic hotel in an old magistrates’ court is a chic addition to one of London’s coolest areas, Steve McKenna writes.
5 ways Australian travellers benefit from Brexit
Is it cheaper to travel to the UK after Brexit? We've found 5 reasons to head to London right now and capitalise on Britain’s recent decision to flee the EU.
The 5 best curry houses in Birmingham
Birmingham is home to one of the largest British Asian populations in the UK, and there’s simply no better place to eat your body weight in curry than in old Brum, writes Dilvin Yasa.
Review: The Hoxton Holborn, London
Celeste Mitchell pops into the Hoxton Holborn and might just have discovered the Holy Grail for travellers wanting stylish accommodation in a convenient London location without paying an arm and a leg.
Clacton-on-Sea: England’s old-school seaside surprise
Feeling nostalgic for a simpler time of arcades and amusement parks? Dilvin Yasa heads to an English seaside town Clacton-on-Sea with her family, and discovers the past really is only a flight away.
What to do when it rains in Bath
Don't let drizzle dampen your travel plans, as the Georgian city of Bath proves there's plenty to do indoors. By Alissa Jenkins
Review: Ham Yard Hotel, London
Elliott Barsby finds respite from the hustle of London’s streets in an oasis of sophistication with a dash of British eccentricity.
Costwolds charm: The quintessential English countryside
In its countryside is where the quintessential charm of England truly comes to the fore. Nowhere is this more illustrative of the point than the Cotswolds, a confection of green fields and ridiculously pretty villages, all basking in an idyllic pace of life. Words Leigh-Ann Pow.
Shakespeare fans: 6 unmissable things to do in England
As the world commemorates 400 years since William Shakespeare’s death, we take you to the unmissable places around England that shaped the world-renowned poet, playwright, and actor.
England’s must-see coastal icon
Welcome to the dramatic rock formation that is Durdle Door in Dorset, England.
Why gin is the drink of 2016
Gin has experienced a Renaissance and is making a comeback this year. Words by Sheridan Wright.
Review: Savoy Hotel, London
After a multi-million dollar refurb, London’s venerable Savoy Hotel might look shiny and new but some traditions still live on, finds Georgina Reynolds.
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