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An Ode to Kensington

When I was little, we used to come to London, to visit my grandparents who lived in an old mansion…

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An Ode to Kensington

When I was little, we used to come to London, to visit my grandparents who lived in an old mansion…

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Messing About In Boats

There is something so utterly English about messing about in boats. It’s not just The Wind in the Willows and…

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No Honour

Recently I caught up with the BBC4 series on Hemingway, which included a particularly arresting comment from this giant of…

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Camp Siegfried at The Old Vic

Bess Wohl’s new play at the Old Vic is essentially a coming-of-age love story. It is defined, though, by its…

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The Horseshoes, Witney

A couple of months ago, I visited The Hollybush in Witney en famille. It was a marvellous, happy experience, one…

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The Horseshoes, Witney

A couple of months ago, I visited The Hollybush in Witney en famille. It was a marvellous, happy experience, one…

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Restaurant Uformel, Copenhagen

Tough breaks, being a Copenhagen restaurant. On the one hand, Copenhagen’s food scene. Imagine being a cog in that gearbox.…

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Cinnamon Kitchen, City

Well, if we ever needed reassurances that we were back on the road to recovery, the packed tube, the commuters…

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Cheval Gloucester Park

As hotels return to business-as-usual, and adapt to changing circumstances, Angelina Villa-Clarke investigates why the concept of luxury serviced apartments are perfect for…

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A Covert to Covet

THE arrival – or at least the imminent threat of arrival – of Summer is somewhat bittersweet for me this…

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Cheval Gloucester Park

As hotels return to business-as-usual, and adapt to changing circumstances, Angelina Villa-Clarke investigates why the concept of luxury serviced apartments are perfect for…

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The Art of Trees

I’m covered in paint.  As the weather has been seasonably English this summer, I’ve used the time to paint the inside…