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The birthplace of Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore is being promoted as the ideal destination for a cultural weekend break
Naturism has good reason to be a minority activity in the UK
A unique pop-up hotel; UK hotels poor in food hygiene; phone-controlled heated socks
Once the beating heart of the nation’s trading empire, the Port of London Authority’s grand headquarters has emerged from a six-year renovation
After 669 years as a monastery, mansion and almshouse, the Charterhouse will finally open to the public this week
Steam trains return to England; Silversea’s new cruise operation; lighthouse keepers wanted for Tasmanian island
Algarve is top value in Europe for UK visitors
Climbers have always flocked to the hills of Snowdonia and the Lake District in winter but now they are being joined by adventurers clad in nothing but their swimming costumes
The trail will cover 145 miles, passing hidden heritage sites including villages long abandoned
Moves are afoot to ‘rewild’ England’s largest forest by introducing Eurasian lynx
A new festival aims to highlight the county’s forgotten role as the home of British Modernism
A new holiday home designed by the doyen of minimalism promises ‘a near monastic retreat’. But do its lofty ideals stand up against the messy reality of a family break?
The exploits of the Walker children from Arthur Ransome’s adventure novels have been brought to the big screen for a second time
The feted chefs have culinary New York and London at their feet. So why is their new project a tiny guesthouse in a remote corner of Cornwall?
One weekend every spring, the Lake District town of Penrith becomes a mecca for marmalade lovers