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The Landmark Trust’s latest restoration project is a Snowdonian cottage far from any road but with its own tiny platform
An unusual singing holiday offers the chance to stand in for the choir in an ancient cathedral
Its latest offering is a stay at four ‘pigs’ in four days — so what is the secret of the small chain’s success?
From the former offices of the Admiralty staff to the old headquarters of Midland bank
The arty, authentic town is becoming a destination in its own right, not just a stop en-route to St Ives and the Scillies
A pirate’s hide-out has been reborn as a $5,000-a-night retreat, offering privacy, luxury, white sands and 3,000 giant tortoises
The Gothic revivalist architect’s seaside home in Kent has been given a new lease of life by the Landmark Trust
The medieval Swiss capital reinvents itself with contemporary attractions and compelling art shows
The Courtaulds’ modern reimagining of a former royal home is a shocking architectural non sequitur
In the state’s national parks, the flora is the star attraction
Next week, the billionaire property developer is to open a $100m golf course in the Bronx
The new film about the marmalade-loving bear puts London on the big screen
After spending two millennia in a bog, a mummified body is about to take centre stage in a bold new museum
’Tis the season . . . to look beyond the familiar European city break destinations. Three writers offer alternatives
Would you sacrifice hours of sleep in order to try French baker Dominique Ansel’s cronut?
In the wilds of America’s largest national park, the best way to get around is by plane
Once a dirty, no-go industrial zone, the island of Tjuvholmen in Oslo has been transformed into an ideal destination for a cultural citybreak
George Town, the capital of the Malaysian state, has seen a wave of hotel, restaurant and gallery openings