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Cornish Crackers

Cornish Crackers

Cornish Crackers! A great drive along the north coast of Cornwall for a blast of fun. Adrenalin watersports for all ages. Seasonal fare in a rustic setting inland.

 

Written by Fiona Duncan

posted Saturday, 16th April 2016

My Hotel Bugbears - Towelling dressing gowns.

My Hotel Bugbears - Towelling dressing gowns.

Fiona Duncan, Hotel Guru founder and Telegraph Travel's hotel expert, on hotels with lacklustre spas in contrast to stand out Spas attached to alluring hotels.

 

Written by Fiona Duncan

posted Wednesday, 30th March 2016

Travel to Paris, in style.

Travel to Paris, in style.

Getting to Paris is half the fun. How to make sure make the journey count!

 

Written by Fiona Duncan

posted Monday, 28th March 2016

Ten Reasons Why I Love…. Le Bristol, Paris.

Ten Reasons Why I Love…. Le Bristol, Paris.

Top reasons to love Le Bristol, Paris. by Fiona Duncan.

 

Written by Fiona Duncan

posted Thursday, 24th March 2016

Why didn't you tell me?!?

Why didn't you tell me?!?

The world is full to the brim of things I don’t know about, but every now and then I come across something and think: “Why did no one tell me about this!”

 

Written by Kat Parr Mackintosh

posted Monday, 14th March 2016

Coming Soon - New hotel opening in the Cotswolds.

A new elegant sister hotel to Calcot Manor, Barnsley House and the Lord Crewe Arms, set to open in April.

 

Written by Fiona Duncan

posted Sunday, 6th March 2016

Spring Sunshine?

Spring Sunshine?

Yay it’s Spring! But if that milestone has just left you even more desperate for a bit of pre-Summer sunshine then here are some of the destinations where it’s sunny today. Right now.

 

Written by Kat Parr Mackintosh

posted Tuesday, 1st March 2016

My Hotel Bugbears - Waiters.

My Hotel Bugbears - Waiters.

Fiona Duncan, Hotel Guru founder and Telegraph Travel's hotel expert, on what annoys her about waiters serving food in hotel restaurants.

 

Written by Fiona Duncan

posted Tuesday, 1st March 2016

Where the Winds have Names

Where the Winds have Names

It’s been exceptionally windy in the UK this week and it’s sparked a couple of conversations about the naming of storms. One of these conversations ended with me mentioning the ‘Fremantle Doctor’. Not Fremantle’s local G.P., this doctor is a particular breeze which comes in off the Indian Ocean and relieves Perth (via Fremantle) during the hottest summer months.

 

Written by Kat Parr Mackintosh

posted Wednesday, 10th February 2016

Lemon Heaven

Lemon Heaven

Salvatore Aceto's delightful tour of his 1,000 old lemon grove in Amalfi.

 

Written by Fiona Duncan

posted Wednesday, 10th February 2016