It is time to fix up those exciting travel plans we have all been dreaming of… our Spring 2022 issue is out now!
From staying in a luxurious castle estate in Northern Ireland to a wellness retreat like no other in North Devon, from the finest countryside farmhouse located in the heart of Sark to the supercool ‘active relaxation’ hotel situated on the shores of Ullswater – there’s simply no shortage of inspiration, 2022 is set to be an incredible year!
If it is memorable experiences you are seeking then look no further than our Unique Luxury Breaks from sea safaris to classic cars, lake swimming and waterfalls, and trout fishing to horse whispering.
With a strong theme of ‘active wellness’ running through this issue you can’t beat our wonderful National Parks for a dose of fresh air, and one of our most scenic touring routes in Britain and Ireland for an unforgettable adventure – or perhaps you might enjoy taking a hike across England from coast to coast.
Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in style with a Jubilee Afternoon Tea or join in the fun sliding into the 20 million new blooms in the Tower of London’s moat.
However you choose to spend the season I hope this latest edition of British Travel Journal helps add a little sprinkle of extra magic to your upcoming travel plans, and we can all make up for lost time with our families and friends.
STOCKS ISLAND HOTEL: Spending 48 magical hours staying in a beautiful country house hotel on Sark, we discover the Window in the Rock, the Venus Pool, Sark Henge and much more.
COAST TO COAST: Wainwright’s famous trail across northern England is an epic journey through landscapes, history and time with the chance to explore three of the country’s finest national parks.
KILLEAVY CASTLE: Explore the east coast of Ireland from the luxurious Killeavy Castle Estate.
NOTTINGHAM: Britain’s largest small city, long associated with Robin Hood, is waiting to welcome you back safely and show that it’s packed with much more than just legends.
EXPLORE THE UK’S NATIONAL PARKS: Made easy with new pocket maps and walking guides by Collins.
THE MOST SCENIC TOURING ROUTES IN BRITAIN AND IRELAND: We’re ready to discover the brand-new Celtic Routes, Kintyre 66, the South West 660 and more, taking our time to savour the journey.
UNIQUE LUXURY BREAKS: We uncover ten of the best stays and most exciting experiences for a truly memorable staycation this season.
ANOTHER PLACE: We explore the lake, fells and waterfalls around Ullswater in The Lake District during a stay at Another Place with a magical stargazing night swim experience.
HALCYON DAYS IN DEVON: Give yourself a health reboot with this award-winning five-day wellness programme at Yeotown, North Devon.
AFTERNOON TEA AT THE LANE: Inspired by the decadence and splendour of the Regency era, Tea at the Lane with Lily Vanilli is now being hosted daily at the newly restored Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
INTERVIEW WITH SKYE GYNGELL: Renowned for her distinctively seasonal, elegant cooking, acclaimed British chef Skye Gyngell talks us through the seasonal pleasures waiting to be discovered at luxury Hampshire hotel Heckfield Place.
THE LAKES BY YOO: We speak to John Hitchcox about the most exclusive lakeside estate in England and his vision for the brand new super-stylish lakeside cabins and apartments.
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