Is there a better English destination for a weekend break?
Shhh, don't mention the S-word!
Perhaps the most handsome city in the Union, there's no better weekend escape.
It's a city of two halves, a perfect blend of ancient and modern, with stacks to do and see.
Southeast England's most historic small town, with a host of great attractions.
Kids – and tourists – adore Covent Garden, with its elegant piazza, living statues and buskers.
City & Clerkenwell
Look sharp! London’s oldest districts are at the cutting-edge of business, fashion and food.
Hampstead is literally cool: high above the rest of London and with a cut-off feel locals love.
Soho has a boozy, bohemian vibe that’s hard to resist.
Bethnal Green & Spitalfields
Hugely historic, yet with an edgy youth culture and some great music venues and clubs
Best of Scotland
Castles, clans and tartan; over 800 islands and some of Europe's most epic scenery
The Lake District
A unique region of lakes and mountains, hideaway pubs and rustic B&Bs.
Some of the best beaches in the country and swathes of bucolic, rolling countryside.
A haunting wilderness of lake and river, reedbed and marsh, huge skies and distant horizons.
The Yorkshire Dales
The north of England's go-to destination for a weekend away in the country
Laid back charm, chilled-out cafés and stylish bars at this sunny surfer town.
Bournemouth & Poole
More trendy than you might think, and the beaches are great.
North Norfolk Coast
Idyllic countryside caressed by pristine coastline. Hikers, campers and beach-lovers take heed!
Lulworth and East Dorset
A dramatic coastline, great beaches and picturesque villages – what more could you want?
A slice of a parallel England: is Rye a medieval port town, or plugging a hole in space time??
23 Pottergate Norwich
Eccentric city centre pub that attracts a youthful crowd.
Southampton Hampshire England United Kingdom
An amazing quirky totally vegetarian restaurant in Southampton. .
14a Winchester Walk Borough Market London SE1 9AG
Dinky bar with a very big fridge of exotic beers.
The Bar Convent
17 Blossom Street York YO24 1AQ
B&B in England's oldest living convent – that's pretty cool and so very York
25 Walmgate York YO1 9TX
Relaxed café-bar and bistro with a passion for local produce
Love this place!
Dar’s Tandoor and Grill, HampsteadI've eaten here a few times and I love it! Such simple gorgeous food, cooked and prepared by a really great family. I'm starting to rate it the b...
They are great!
BBC Birmingham Tours and Public Space, BirminghamAmazing, informative and fun tours. Highly recommended.
Outstanding in every way
Boltongate Old Rectory, The Lake DistrictOur stay at Boltongate in May was faultless. The house is beautifully finished with excellent attention to every detail, it has a wonderful relaxin...
No. 4 Poole, Bournemouth & PooleNo4 in poole very beautiful place to be an eat very nice staff. Food is tapas an also have a lunch an supper menu, which consists of sandwiches an...
Kittiwake Cottage, South HamsThis is a lovely cottage, tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits greet you on arrival and an ample stock of logs for the cold nights. They really have th...
The Overstrand Undercliff Drive Boscombe BH5 1BN
Boscombe's top spot to dine, right on the beach.
34 Upper Rock Gardens Brighton BN2 1QF
Brilliantly run by its friendly, down-to-earth gay owners, this place manages to be both
Buxton Buxton Country Park Pooles Cavern, Green Lane Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 9DH
Woodland adventure in the heart of the Peak District.
Rosedale Abbey YO18 8SA
Stunning, hand-crafted, hand-decorated glass bowls.
Rosy Lee's Tearoom
37a Bridge St Loddon NR14 6NA
If you had to invent a village café, this would probably be it.