Inside the new issue: from Royal Berkshire to votes for women (Feb/Mar)

    The Ruin
    The Ruin in Grewelthorpe, Yorkshire
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    In the new issue of Discover Britain, we uncover some of the most eccentric places to stay, tour the country of Berkshire – including the location of Prince Harry’s wedding, and celebrate the suffragist spirit

    We’ve also introduced a letters page and would love to hear from you. Drop us a line about anything you’ve read in the magazine – or let us know what you might like to read about.  Write to us: Discover Britain, The Chelsea Magazine Company Ltd., Jubilee House, 2 Jubilee Place, London SW3 3TQ, UK or email us at editorial@discoverbritainmag.com

     

    Landmark lodgings

    We discover the stories behind Britain’s most eccentric and unusual places to stay, featuring The Pineapple in Dunmore, Falkirk; Clavell Tower in Kimmeridge, Dorset; Martello Tower in Aldeburgh, Suffolk; Appleton Water Tower in Sandringham, Norfolk; The Banqueting House in Gibside, Newcastle upon Tyne; The Ruin in Grewelthorpe, Yorkshire; and Cley Windmill in Holt, Norfolk

     

    Votes for women
    Millicent Garrett Fawcett speaks at Hyde Park in 1913
    Millicent Garrett Fawcett speaks at Hyde Park in 1913. Credit: Chronicle/Alamy

    A century on from gaining the right to vote, we celebrate the suffragist spirit and highlight some of the new exhibitions highlighting the anniversary around the country

     

    Berkshire
    A deer in Windsor Great Park
    A deer in Windsor Great Park. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy

    Tour the county preparing to host 2018’s royal wedding of the year, from Windsor Castle to food-lover’s heaven – the village of Bray

     
    24 hours in… Durham
    Durham Cathedral
    Durham Cathedral. Credit: David James Wood Photographer

    Make the most of a whirlwind 24 hours in this gorgeous heritage city in northeast England

     
    Win a Great British holiday
    Grenadier Guards march outside Buckingham Palace after Changing the Guard
    Grenadier Guards march outside Buckingham Palace after Changing the Guard. Credit: Walter Rawlings

    Enter our competition for your chance to win a luxury holiday in Britain for two, including free flights and return first-class train tickets to Edinburgh

    Look out for our new issue in the shops or order your copy here

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