England has some spectacular open spaces where social distancing comes naturally.
Take a day trip to York and enjoy its Gothic architecture, medieval history, charming cobbled streets, entertaining museums and world-renowned chocolate.
James Ruddy hits Dorset’s delightful Thomas Hardy Trail several decades after a tormented school year studying The Mayor of Casterbridge.
The Bristol occupies a plum waterside location right in the centre of the city and holds a Gold Green Tourism Award for sustainability.
Still at a loose end for New Year's Eve? It's not too late to book an extravagant fun-filled New Years Eve.
You’ll love the colourful, north Indian inspired dishes at Kanishka in London’s Mayfair district, which truly taste as good as they look.
The newest member of the Sticks'n'Sushi family has just arrived in London’s Soho, serving up delicious Japanese cuisine with a Scandinavian twist.
As the cold weather kicks in and Christmas approaches, some of England's most attractive settings are converted into ice rinks for the open-air skating season.
The Wellington Club offers gobsmacking flavours that need to be tasted in a restaurant that thinks it is an art gallery set in a speakeasy.
Step into the world of the Great Gatsby and enjoy a classy American dining experience in London inspired by the great American presidents.