The Shambles in York

The city of York has a long and fascinating medieval history. Here, we offer a whistle-stop guide to take in the key sights from...
The Dec 2017/Jan 2018 issue of Discover Britain

In the new issue of Discover Britain, we explore the hidden villages of the Cotswolds, highlight the best London afternoon teas and take a...
House for an Art Lover, Glasgow

Architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh created many elegant buildings across Glasgow. And there has never been a better time to explore his elegant...
The Radcliffe Camera

The southeast English county of Oxfordshire is home to one of the world’s leading universities, the oldest public museum and a wealth of quaint...
Roman Baths

Win the ultimate two-night break to Bristol and Bath in our competition, including a luxurious stay in Grade II-listed manor house Tracy Park and...

Titan has been taking UK travellers around the world for almost four decades, and now also offer an impressive and growing range of superb...
afternoon tea

Everybody loves a nice cup of tea, so it comes a no surprise this year’s Afternoon Tea Week is set to be one of biggest ever. From 10 to 16 August, tea rooms, restaurants will be holding exclusive events.
St Davids, Wales

This St David’s Day we follow in the footsteps of the 6th century bishop who became Wales’s patron saint and visit the beautiful and historic sites connected to his story...

Accommodation

Chinese Dressing Room, Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire. Credit: Neil Hoyle Photography

From Luton Hoo to Belvoir Castle, here is our pick of five of the best stately homes you can stay in - and at least...

From accommodating King Henry VIII’s first wife, Catherine of Aragon, as she sought advice on bearing a son to hosting Churchill, Britain’s historic hotels are symbol of our rich heritage.

Great British Buildings

The eight royal parks that collectively make up 5,000 of London’s greenest acres have long been considered the ‘lungs’ of the capital, providing natural sanctuaries for visitors and residents alike.

Cities & Towns

Ed Parkes and Henry Ayres of The Gentlemen Baristas

The Gentlemen Baristas in Bermondsey, southeast London has a traditional, welcoming and friendly vibe. Its building is filled with coffee history “Our building was a 17th-century coffeehouse,...

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