A masterclass in rest, relaxation, spa, sun & decadence from the girls & I at Pennyhill Park and Spa, Surrey.
What is British food exactly? It doesn’t have the best reputation overseas, being mainly reminiscent of stodge and a healthy lack of imagination.
It’s also easily overlooked by some of the sexier new cuisines and all things fusion, but sometimes you need to not follow the herd and settle into some great British classics
It was very very early in the morning, I hadn’t had coffee (!) and I was meeting my sister at the crack of dawn at the less than glamorous spot of Gatwick Airport. But we were there to celebrate a very special occasion, my baby sister was turning 30 and we were whisking off to a surprise getaway!
For Instagrammable perfection full of eye-popping colour, there really isn’t anywhere better than the Ned. Black and white chequered floors, towering jade green verdite columns, ivory white marble, gleaming brown woods and that’s before we’ve even encountered the food.
Rainbow hued Poke bowls at Kaia are the star of the show and like everything at the Ned, just crying out for an Insta.
San Sebastian is European foodie bar hopping Paradise, which may sound like it’s not really suited to the toddler experience, but I’m here to show you that you can easily take your tots to San Sebastian, keep them and you entertained and keep everyone very well fed indeed!
Family holidays are a different kind of adventure to travelling a deux, but there are tips and tricks to making enjoyable memories for the whole family, the most important being choosing a destination that offers something for everyone.
Read on to see how this family fared when visiting the Peloponnese region of Greece.
The Shard – shiny, pointy, futuristic and dominating London’s skyline for as far as the eye can see.
Shangri-La hotels – luxury, charming and all with a wow factor of their own.
This is a tale of when Shangri-La hotel met the Shard and laid on afternoon tea (With cake!) in the sky…
At this time of year, there’s a 25-acre corner of Surrey that’s devoted to the purply blue fragrant haze of lavender. It’s the perfect season to walk through fields of scent and wash it all down with a fragrant tea afterwards.
Peter Jackson made New Zealand the 21st century version of Middle Earth, from the green rolling farmland hills of Waikato where the Hobbits live right down to the volcanic blackness of Mordor in the South Island. The sets are almost all gone, all except a little family farm, where you can mingle with the Hobbits in their natural habitat.
The Dubai Brunch is an epic ‘sight’ that I highly recommend you put on your Dubai visitor list and this can still be the case, even if you’re travelling with kids in tow – you just need to choose the right spot for the family to go!