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A stay in zany 16th-century East Sussex inn The Bell, where the guest rooms ‘blend madcap with chic’

Great British boltholes: A stay in a zany 16th-century East Sussex inn, where the guest rooms ‘blend madcap with chic’…

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Cape Town is calling: South Africa’s captivating coastal city is buzzing with new attractions 

When Sir Francis Drake returned home in 1580 after sailing round the world, he declared the Cape Peninsula to be…

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The incredible European tours on luxury coaches that feature touchscreen TVs, lounges and toilets

Every week, our Holiday Hero Neil Simpson takes an in-depth look at a brilliant holiday topic, doing all the legwork…

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Exploring Broadstairs, the Kent seaside town beloved by Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens once described Broadstairs as ‘one of the freshest and freest little places in the world’. He was particularly…

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The Inspector is wooed by The Grove of Narberth, a ‘beautiful, somewhat quirky’ B&B in Wales

‘Seldom has a house been more captivating’: The Inspector is wooed by a ‘beautiful, somewhat quirky’ B&B surrounded by ancient…

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Hilarious photos show major building fails including stairs that go nowhere

Should have hired a professional! Hilarious photos show major building fails – from stairs that go nowhere to a garage…

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From twerking bears to waggling bees: Meet the dancers of the animal kingdom 

Every year, celebrities of all ages, backgrounds and levels of talent throw their best shapes on Strictly Come Dancing. However,…

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