The best holidays and short breaks both home and abroad. Find the perfect foodie escape with our reviews
To say art editor Corrie Heale loves Rockcliffe Hall is an understatement - she hasn't stopped raving about this gorgeous Victorian mansion and its five-star loveliness since her memorable stay there
Food director Leah Hyslop braves some classic British weather during a self-catering getaway on the rugged Welsh coastline.
Sarah Maber escapes the daily grind of the school run and a long commute for a solo break to savour the bohemian charms of Penzance and Marazion.
There’s something magical about the Dordogne, with its bucolic rural villages and rolling hills. Throw in a weekend with friends at Château de la Treyne, a honey-coloured fortress-turned-hotel built on a rock above the Dordogne river in 1342, and you’ve got a pretty perfect short break
Giant owls, super-fresh seafood, pony trekking and lots of gin – digital content producer Hannah Sherwood escapes London for a jam-packed weekend in the Scottish Highlands
Dominating the city skyline with its imposing turrets and chimneys, The Grand, York, is a breathtaking Edwardian palace. Art director Cassie Eade and husband Chris, sampled a weekend of delicious food and character
Kerry Fowler enjoys a foodie break in Deauville and Trouville
At the end of last year’s glorious summer, the University Arms hotel in the centre of Cambridge reopened to a huge fanfare after a four-year, £80 million revamp. Editor-in-chief Helena Lang checked in to find out if its reinvention was worth the wait
The Hérault coast is famous for unshowy resorts, pretty towns, expansive vineyards and seafood in all its forms from in and around salty lagoon, the Étang de Thau