Surrounded by 20 acres of deer-dotted parkland, this Grade II-listed country house cuts an imposing figure on the crest of a small hill with its golden stone and boxy façade – and its interiors are just as impressive. Words: Joanna Reeves
Booking.com recently published its eight trends likely to shape the travel industry in 2019. Here, Click. asks industry experts to give their views on these predictions for the year ahead. Comment by Joanna Reeves
Old-style coffee houses, secret-recipe pastéis de nata, nostalgic shops and razor-thin houses: a vintage sidecar tour delves into Lisbon’s hidden corners and rich history. Words: Joanna Reeves
With its grand manor-house swag and rolling grounds, this Grade II-listed Arts and Crafts mansion could be plucked straight from a period drama, but behind its honeyed facade lies the charm of a boutique hideaway.
The Westbury is a sleek and stylish cocoon with a covetable postcode in the centre of Dublin – but this five-star big-hitter refuses to rest on its laurels, discovers Joanna Reeves.
It can be tricky to pinpoint what transforms a lesser-known destination into one to watch. It could be a burgeoning art scene, a culinary revolution or an emerging hotelscape – whatever it is, it’s hard to resist the lure. From Georgia’s hip capital to foodie hotspot La Paz and surprise cultural contender Dundee, these are the destinations having a bit of a moment in 2018. Words: Joanna Reeves
A Michelin-starred chef, playful Gallic interiors and serious cocktail credentials are just a few secrets up the sleeve of London’s new Henrietta Hotel, discovers Joanna Reeves.
This year, a new crop of ahead-of-the-curve hotels are pushing boundaries and setting new standards in experiential travel. From a game-changing wildlife sanctuary perched above a Cambodian river valley to a luxury Rwanda wilderness lodge on the fringes of a gorilla-dotted national park, we’ve scoured the globe for the top 12 debuts to hit the hotel scene this year. Words: Joanna Reeves
The Italian sun brushstrokes the Amalfi Coast in pastel hues come dusk, transforming the fabled clifftop towns into a watercolour painting – but it’s the sunset from under-the-radar Praiano that sends the blushing landscape into overdrive. Words: Joanna Reeves