A joyful seaside bed and breakfast emerged on the English seaside, bringing cozy fun to the sleepy but increasingly cool town.
Often, Matt Hall’s subjects are obscured by cloudy glass or a sheet of snow in the foreground, giving the photographs an air of mystery.
When a family in Surrey, just southwest of London, built a small house in their yard for their aging parent, they hired Oliver Leech Architects, a London-based firm.
It’s no wonder Chatsworth House is deemed one of England’s architectural masterpieces. The Cavendish family residence since 1549, the stately home nestled in the heart of the Midlands was built to show off.
Every year, 260,000 spectators gather at the prestigious Cheltenham Racecourse for its springtime festival.
Luxury resorts are combining two of life’s greatest pleasures—food and travel—by offering hands-on cooking classes.
Ralph Lauren’s iconic Americana, with international appeal.
For many, treehouses recall fond memories of whiling away hours in a childhood backyard haven. Chewton Glen’s Treehouse suites, which sit amid branches on the edge of the mystical-feeling New Forest in Hampshire, England, recall that nostalgic delight, allowing guests the chance to revel in the novelty of life in the trees
Devon in southwest England is not the obvious location to find a revolution underway. Yet it is here that husband-and-wife team Justin and Hannah Floyd launched their company, Solidwool, which combines wool with bio-resin to form hard and durable surfaces for chairs, tables, and even eyewear.