Palace Life & Medina Breaks in Morocco’s City of Senses – Fez

Fez’s medina, Africa’s largest, is full of ancient alleys bedecked with hand-made crafts all produced within this magical environment of some 10,000 streets and walkways. Senses will be outshone with sights of rich fabrics, distinctive ceramics and the unique tanneries where leather is cured. The sense of smell will also be heightened with the many…

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The Golden State pours into The Vineyard in March

Californian Wine Weekend 14th – 16th March 2014 The Vineyard in Berkshire, home to over 30,000 bottles of wine, is no stranger to ‘The Golden State’ as its owner Sir Peter Michael owns a winery in California, and the hotel’s cellar holds over 800 bottles of Californian wine. For a weekend in March, The Vineyard…

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Sanctuary beside the Sea Unveils Cornwall’s Largest Spa – The Headland Spa

The Headland Spa is Cornwall’s most significant spa covering an area of around 8880 sq ft with direct access to Fistral Beach which literally sits in front of the spa entrance facing the Atlantic Ocean. The spa’s design is enhanced by its location with natural colours used throughout. The Headland Spa uses several brands to…

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Hammam Breaks within Africa’s largest Medina at Palais Amani, Fez, Morocco

Palais Amani is located in the walled medieval city; the Medina in Fez. The Medina is Africa’s largest and Palais Amani is the biggest authentic Riad in Fez offering 14 luxury suites and bedrooms. Walking around the 600m2 garden leading to the Hammam, guests travel to a world of sensations and relaxation. The Hammam is…

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Discover the Ancient Capital of Wales Machynlleth; Antique Shop Paradise & Stay at Ynyshir Hall Hotel with its Resident Artist

Machynlleth is known as the ancient capital of Wales which might explain why today this pretty market town is home to many antique shops. The area has recently become a destination for visitors seeking well priced antiques including furniture, jewellery, porcelain, memorabilia, textiles & more. Walking around the old streets of Machynlleth guests soon notice…

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