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Jemima Coxshaw goes in search of castles big and small, where you can slumber like royalty.
Minack Theatre, Cornwall, nature

You don’t need to travel nearly as far as you think to experience the wonder of the natural world. There are so many natural wonders to be seen right here in the British Isles.

Established in Reading in 1951 to capture and record the rapidly changing countryside following the Second World War, the Museum of English Rural Life in Reading has reopened after £3.3m redevelopment

Find out where you can celebrate Burns Night in style up and down the country
The Anchor Inn

Will Baker explores a few of Britain’s cosiest pubs and hotels where you can hole up and escape the winter chill.
Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire

A new book The Geek’s Guide to Britain takes a close look at where the country's inventiveness, creativity and technical wizardry can still be seen. Here, we pick five of the most fascinating places to visit.
Banqueting House

Jemima Coxshaw explores unusual conversions to stay.
Windsor Castle

We roundup 10 of the best castles in Britain, which are a testament to the nation’s powerful fortresses and their owners displays of wealth and power.

Oxford University is one of the country’s most famous historic institutions and, for many, it is the very epitome of Britishness. We take a look at its iconic views.
Sherlock Holmes Museum

With the return of the BBC’s Sherlock to our screens in January, Nicola Rayner dons a deerstalker and magnifying glass to follow the trail to London’s Sherlock Holmes Museum