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Brews on a budget: London's best afternoon teas for under £30 - The Telegraph
From cucumber sandwiches to fruit scones, we've rounded up London's best hotels for cheap afternoon teas – all under £30. ...

Reports: UK Prime Minister Seeks to Delay Brexit Vote - Travel Agent
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to delay a vote in Parliament on the country's Brexit deal with the European Union (EU), multiple media outlets are ...

Dark skies and wee drams – why you should visit the highest village in the Highlands - The Telegraph
Earlier this week the small Highland village of Tomintoul was in jubilant mood as they celebrated becoming part of a gold-tier dark sky park. The Tomintoul and ...

Will another windstorm strike the UK this week? - AccuWeather.com
While bouts of showers and occasional gusty winds will spread across the United Kingdom and Ireland through Thursday, the weather will worsen later this ...

Top 10 best places to visit in the UK for snow this Christmas - are you going to one? - Express
Christmas holidays for most people are traditionally associated with snow. Unfortunately, in this day and age, guaranteed snow just isn't possible in the UK. ...

The best international food at London's hotel restaurants - The Telegraph
We round up the best London hotels to enjoy international food, from sushi in Nobu Hotel Shoreditch to dim sum at The Dorchester. ...

Boutique wine hotel to open at UK's largest vineyard - The Telegraph
The Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey is opening a new boutique hotel next spring – the first wine hotel in the UK. ...

Why the 'Biarritz of Wales' is one of Britain's best-kept secrets - The Telegraph
Aberystwyth does not put a face on for tourists. At first glance, the tall but tired pastel-coloured terrace along its front resembles a packet of parma violets that has ...

The great British high streets worth travelling for - The Telegraph
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E.U. high court says Britain can unilaterally reverse Brexit, boosting pro-Europe campaigners - The Washington Post
BRUSSELS — The European Union's highest court ruled Monday that Britain could unilaterally reverse its decision to split from the 28-nation political bloc, ...

US State Department Issues Updated Travel Advisory for Spain - TravelPulse
According to the State Department's official website, travelers are being asked to exercise increased caution when visiting Spain, as the nation is currently listed ...

The spirited English town with some of Britain's best forgotten history - The Telegraph
“Wisbech is a nice enough place,” a man at Peterborough station told me as we waited for the bus. “I used to live around there. I crashed my Land Rover right ...

Tired of turkey - how about a crunchy cricket? - The Weather Channel
Bar chain's creepy challenge is a pre-Christmas hit. ...

The curious English village searching for a lord of the manor - The Telegraph
Whisper your name to yourself – your normal, boring, unremarkable name. Now say it again, but add “Lord of the Manor of Laxton”. Mmmmm. Much grander. ...

The story of London's lost palace of luxury - The Telegraph
On the north bank of the Thames, right beside Cleopatra's Needle (with its sphinxes that face the wrong way), there's an Art Deco treasure. ...

13 London hotels where you can tuck into a proper Thanksgiving feast - The Telegraph
Even though I'm half English and have been living in the UK for practically all of my adult life, Thanksgiving is still the holiday that I most adore. The way I think ...

Family Offering To Pay Photographer Over $90,000 To Take Photos Of Them Traveling The World - CBS Philly
The best part? Their willing to pay you 80000 Euros which is an estimated $91280.96 U.S. dollars. ...

Thai Tourism: International arrivals' growth in line with the target | Travel News - Travel News | eTurboNews
The Thai tourism industry recorded total international arrivals of 31.25 million in January-October 2018, up 7.84%, generating an estimated 1.63 trillion. ...

The missing blue plaques for London's women – and what to do about it - The Telegraph
They hadn't invented women when the UK's first house plaque scheme began in 1866. ...

Who needs Machu Picchu? UK alternatives to the world's greatest adventures - The Telegraph
You don't need to jet off to the other side of the planet to embark on an adrenaline-charged adventure. In fact, there may be more to keep you entertained on this ...

Millions to hit the road for massive festive getaway - The Weather Channel
The festive season's busiest day on the roads is expected on December 21 with almost 19 million drivers embarking on trips. The annual getaway from work and ...

European Commission proposes reciprocal visa-free travel for EU and UK nationals in a no deal scenario - Royal Yachting Association
The RYA has today learnt that the European Commission has proposed to grant UK citizens visa-free travel to the EU after the United Kingdom's withdrawal from ...

The best hotels for New Forest walks - The Telegraph
The New Forest National Park is one of the best places in the south of England to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. There's a wealth of hotels to choose from ...

Advent traditions around the world - CNN
Many Christians around the world celebrate Advent. From Germany to China, find out about various traditions, plus discover a special house of worship to visit in ...

Hotel Hit Squad: The Cotswold country house hotel teaching Michelin-starred cooking to millennials - The Telegraph
Sherelle Jacobs cooks up a storm at Lucknam Park – a country house hotel in Wiltshire with a Michelin-starred restaurant and a renowned cookery school. ...

Christmas crackers: London's best festive hotel experiences | Telegraph Travel - The Telegraph
We round up the best hotels in London for seasonal cheer, from festive afternoon teas to rootop screenings of classic Christmas films. ...

The age for a free bus pass could rise in Wales under proposals for a shakeup - Wales Online
Despite putting in £220m every year, the Welsh Government has admitted bus services aren't good enough. ...

What the Latest Brexit Agreement Means for Travel and Tourism - Skift
The United Kingdom and European Union have finally agreed on a Brexit deal — but the drama isn't over yet. The UK parliament still needs to give its approval ...

Travelport Worldwide Limited announces agreement to be acquired by affiliates of Siris Capital Group, LLC and Evergreen Coast Capital Corp. in all-cash transaction valued at approximately $4.4 billion - PRNewswire
Travelport to continue driving technological innovation and serving the evolving global travel marketplace under private ownership. - Reaffirms 2018 financial ...

Dutch prime minister to have Brexit breakfast meeting with Theresa May - DutchNews.nl
British prime minister Theresa May is to hold a breakfast meeting with Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte on Tuesday morning following her decision to postpone ...

1 fatality reported as flooding, mudslides and snow strike Los Angeles area - AccuWeather.com
Southern California was slammed by heavy rainfall, pockets of steady snow and mudslide occurrences as the latest winter storm swept through the region. ...

How to Get Global Entry or TSA Precheck With Your Credit Card - Yahoo! Finance News
With Global Entry or TSA Precheck, you can replace that sinking feeling with relief, not only because you'll have a shorter line but also because the security ...

Brexit: Labour MP suspended from Commons for stealing ceremonial mace in protest at vote delay - The Independent
A Labour MP was ejected from the House of Commons for seizing the ceremonial mace in protest at Theresa May's decision to delay a key Brexit vote. ...

The best spa hotels in Britain and Europe - The Times
A spa break is the perfect antidote to the grimness of winter. Susan d'Arcy rounds up the best hotels — in the UK or a short flight away — for some serious ...

Amazon Eyes London For Future Amazon Go Store - PYMNTS.com
Retail news: The eCommerce retailer is said to be on the hunt for a space in the Oxford Circus district of London for Amazon Go, its cashierless C-store concept. ...

Andy Serkis skewers Theresa May with Brexit Gollum [video] - The South African
Andy Serkis has dusted off his vocal impression of the accursed hobbit Gollum to poke fun at Theresa May's Brexit dealings. ...

No hold departure orders vs Trillanes, for now - ABS-CBN News
For lack of a witness, the prosecutor handling the inciting to sedition case against Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV before a Pasay court has withdrawn the Department ...

The Traffic Light Turns 150 Years Old - 24/7 Wall St.
The traffic light turns 150 years old today. They are so commonplace around the world that drivers and pedestrians barely give them a thought. ...

Britain's happiest and friendliest cities revealed – and London has excelled itself - The Telegraph
A new report dubiously-named Unbroken Britain has revealed the happiest (and unhappiest) cities in the UK. More than 2,700 respondents from 30 cities across ...

Traveling to the UK is about to get easier (for some) - CNN
The United Kingdom plans to fast-track passport holders through the entry process if they are from the United States, Japan and three other countries. ...

Is bucolic Salisbury witnessing a spike in Russian visitors? - The Telegraph
We trust that Salisbury MP John Glen's assessment of the holiday cover story used by the Russian pair accused of poisoning Sergei Skripal and his daughter as ...

10 fascinating journeys into British history - The Telegraph
From stone circles to Viking invasions and wars that changed the world, Britain's history is rich, diverse and at times, more than a little gory. ...

Watch: 100 years of London in 100 photographs - The Telegraph
Two world wars, two Olympic Games, 24 Prime Ministers, two royal coronations (and one cancelled one) and a world cup victory. It has been one hundred years ...

The timewarp town that escaped the UK seaside's downward spiral - The Telegraph
I'll confess. I was expecting to be underwhelmed. My mission? To investigate whether Broadstairs still offers much appeal or whether, like so many of Britain's ...

25 world wonders on your doorstep - The Telegraph
It seems staying close to home is, well, here to stay. VisitBritain reported a four per cent increase in trips taken by Brits in England in 2017, and bookings suggest ...

Escape across the sea: Beautiful UK islands that make for an easy day-trip - The Telegraph
From a choice of around 200 sea-fringed destinations across the UK, Chris Leadbeater picks his favourite island day trips and holiday breaks. ...

16 remote hotels in Scotland for an off-grid stay - The Telegraph
We round up the best remote hotels in Scotland to go off the grid, from castle hotels to lodges, in places such as the Scottish Highlands and the Isle of Skye. ...

The oldest buildings in Britain - Travel - The Telegraph
1078. We begin with London's oldest intact building. The White Tower was the first bit of the Tower of London built by William the Conqueror. The likes of Guy ...

Why you should visit this crumbling Norfolk seaside town before it's too late - The Telegraph
If you've ever wondered what it might be like to be part of a community that is gradually crumbling into the sea, then you need to visit Happisburgh – and quite ...

The best rural retreats in Wales for an off-grid stay - The Telegraph
Our travel experts round up the best hotels in Wales for rural retreats, in beautiful destinations such as Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons. Our picks include ...

London's crowded suburbs when they were still idyllic villages - The Telegraph
These 18th century sketches by Jean Chatelain and James Roberts do not depict the Yorkshire Dales or the Cotswolds – they show idyllic villages on the edge ...

Untold tales of war – and a compelling new look at York - The Telegraph
It is often the small, unexpected details that have the biggest impact. I'm in York Cemetery to pay my respects to the fallen in the freshly-mown 'soldiers lawn' ...

Why wonderful Worcestershire is England’s most underrated county - The Telegraph
Yes, where the sauce is from. Honestly, after all Worcestershire has given to this ungrateful nation, must its status in the collective psyche really boil down to a ...

Best hotels in Yorkshire for walking | Telegraph Travel - The Telegraph
From cosy inns, restaurants with rooms, pubs with rooms and b&bs, to luxury spa hotels, we've rounded up some of the best Yorkshire hotels for walkers looking ...

Who needs Edinburgh? Why Glasgow should be your next city break - The Telegraph
Glasgow may not be the first destination you think of when you hear the word "art", but October in Scotland's largest city is "Mackintosh Month" – a celebration of ...

8 surprising differences between traveling in the US and the UK - INSIDER
Reuters/Suzanne Plunkett Traveling in the US and "travelling" in the UK are two vastly different ventures, and in more ways than just driving on opposite sides of ...

The UK's most beautiful universities where you can spend the night - The Telegraph
The UK's universities are among its most beautiful and historic buildings. Whether you're feeling nostalgic for your own student days, visiting offspring, or simply ...

8 welcoming hotel spas in Britain that offer treatments for cancer patients - The Telegraph
Discover the hotels around Britain that work with cancer charities to provide specialised cancer spa treatments and spa breaks and retreats for cancer patients. ...

18 fabulously festive pop-ups at London hotels this winter - The Telegraph
Discover the best winter pop-ups in London hotels, including a kitsch bar with plenty of nostalgic décor, rooftop igloos with views across the capital and a ...

Beautiful roads just outside Birmingham – how to tackle Warwickshire by bike - The Telegraph
Continuing our series on tackling the route of the 2018 Tour of Britain - at a more leisurely pace - Simon Parker offers a guide to cycling in Warwickshire. ...

The Devon town that lays claim to the 'best view in the UK' - The Telegraph
All right, we're done here. Move along, folks – we have a winner for best view in the UK, and that's that. A picture of the Daymark, a 79ft stone edifice near ...

The prettiest coastal villages in Britain - Travel - The Telegraph
While it may be - as of right now - a bit miserable outside, the weather is set to perk up again before the end of August, so grab your suncream and head out to ...

Britain's best hotels for real ale lovers - The Telegraph
The best hotels in Britain for real ale, lager and craft beer lovers, from those that offer brewery tours, tastings, and have won CAMRA awards – to those that ...

Hot Hotel: Is this Hampshire's coolest new hotel? - The Telegraph
Heckfield Place has finally arrived, looking and feeling lovely, natural and already mature. There's nowhere quite like it. It's show-stopping, but not show-off, with ...

20 ways to be king (or queen) of your own castle - The Telegraph
Of all the luck. One minute Meghan Markle is living in Canada and starring in a television series, the next she is marrying a prince (newly slipped to sixth in line ...

Beautiful hand-drawn maps that reveal the hidden history of London - The Telegraph
Adam Dant's wonderful hand-drawn maps recount colourful tales from London's past – when pig-swinging, bull-baiting and cat-eating were all part and parcel of ...

Will the new V&A convince you to visit Dundee? - The Telegraph
Today, the much-anticipated V&A Dundee design museum opens. Here's what you can discover beyond its doors. Go now. Forget jute, jam and journalism (or ...

Britain's best hotels for horse riding holidays - The Telegraph
As every horse lover knows, one of the best ways to see the British countryside is from the saddle for the thrill of exploring bridle ways and cantering across a ...

Apply for a free EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) - NHS Choices
You can apply for or renew an EHIC using the official EHIC online application form. This is free of charge. Beware of unofficial websites, which may charge if you ...

30 amazing weekend breaks to extend the British summer - The Telegraph
Ah, the long, hot summer of 2018...

Why Scarborough is the place to be this summer - The Telegraph
Britney Spears is coming to Scarborough, the resort town once known as “The Queen of the Yorkshire Coast”. And what merriment her forthcoming concert has ...

From God's waiting room to visitor boom: the rise and rise of Eastbourne - The Telegraph
It's been a busy day. We've waded through seaweed-encrusted rock pools with our fishing nets, had a dip in the sea, devoured freshly made ice cream from the ...

10 of Scotland's best hotels for whisky lovers - The Telegraph
Conventional wisdom may lead some to believe that whisky is for a distinctive subset of rather serious people; that it is a solitary drink, for late nights spent ...

Is faded Morecambe poised for a comeback? - The Telegraph
Aronne Vetesse, peers out the door of his Old Pier Bookshop on Morecambe seafront. ...

Why 'boring' Buckinghamshire is England's most underrated county - The Telegraph
Telling people you hail from Buckinghamshire is like telling people you work in recruitment. It's a conversation killer. Most people don't really understand what ...

Britain's tiny places: 15 little gems you wouldn't spot if you weren't looking - The Telegraph
Author Dixe Wills introduces some of his favourite parts of small Britain in this celebration of the UK's most delightful and diminutive places to visit. ...

The best affordable hotels for families near Britain's favourite attractions - The Telegraph
A guide to some of the loveliest family-friendly budget hotels near attractions including Legoland, Eden Project, Alton Towers, Science Museum and Sherwood ...

The Essex town that's a riot of vernacular architecture and craft - The Telegraph
Saffron Walden sounded, we thought, like the plucky heroine of a children's book set somewhere historical and horrid, say a pilchard factory or workhouse. ...

Why you should ditch the Cotswolds for Somerset this bank holiday weekend - The Telegraph
The golden-stone villages and velvet hills of the Cotswolds makes it one of the country's most idyllic regions, where the English countryside has been preserved ...

10 UK campsites with incredible mountain views - The Telegraph
There's nothing quite like waking up to the soothing sound of birdsong and the gentle rustle of the wind in the trees, and as the sun continues to shine across the ...

The fascinating history of Soho, in pictures - The Telegraph
Where does the name "Soho" come from? The most popular theory is that it is an old hunting cry, used to call back dogs fetching hares. Which makes some ...

Is tourism killing Skye? We visited during the busiest month of the year to find out - The Telegraph
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Trump's itinerary during UK visit is revealed - CNBC
Downing Street has revealed details of President Donald Trump's visit to the United Kingdom next week. Following his appearance at the two-day NATO summit, ...

Best hotels in Britain for gin lovers | Telegraph Travel - The Telegraph
The best hotels in Britain for gin-lovers, from those that offer gin masterclasses, tastings, gin afternoon teas and have links with nearby distilleries such as ...

25 of the best places to visit in the UK - CNN
From vibrant cities to the scenic outdoors, the United Kingdom is a diverse destination for travelers. Here are 25 of the best places to visit in the UK from ...

Why Leeds is Britain's most underrated city - The Telegraph
So Channel 4 is moving its headquarters to Leeds – cue 200 Horseferry Road employees weeping into their flat whites. ...

Hot Hotel: Is this Cambridge's hippest new hotel? - The Telegraph
This classic Edwardian hotel first opened in 1834 as a coaching inn at the heart of Cambridge, and is the city's oldest hotel. A two-year, £80 million refurb has ...

The ultimate room with a cricketing view – Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, where you can watch the action in bed - The Telegraph
It is a noise I fully expected to hear inside a cricket ground - but not alas, the sound of a red leather ball thumping into the staunchly proffered willow of a straight ...

The rise of seaside foraging: How to find your own food along the UK coast - The Telegraph
Gazing out from Studland's Middle Beach Café, I breathed in fry-up and seaweed. Ah, the British coast at breakfast time. But this morning, bacon wasn't on my ...

Seven reasons why Britney will love Scarborough - The Telegraph
By the time you read this, Britney Spears will have filled one of the larger holes in her otherwise resplendent CV. Namely, playing Scarborough. Historians take ...

Six weeks of school holidays: 42 ways to spend 42 days around the UK - The Telegraph
Listen. You can almost hear that last school bell clanging, sending its jubilant reverberations into the warm, possibility-filled air...

The Black Fox Hotel Review, Bath, United Kingdom | Telegraph Travel - Telegraph.co.uk
Read the The Black Fox, Bath, United Kingdom hotel review on Telegraph Travel. See great photos, full ratings, facilities, expert advice and book the best hotel ...

Britain's 10 most enchanting prehistoric sites - The Telegraph
It's almost 100 years since Stonehenge was gifted to the nation. If it's stirred up a sense of pride in Britain's compelling ancient history, here are 10 more ...

Why Edinburgh's famous clock hasn't been on time since 1902 - The Telegraph
Tall, gothic and imposing, the Balmoral Hotel clock tower has punctured Edinburgh's skyline for 116 years, and has (almost) never told the right time - except for ...

The U.K. May Soon Make It Illegal to Drink at Airports Before 10 A.M. - Travel+Leisure
After numerous complaints about drunk passengers from budget airlines like Ryanair and easyJet, the British government announced last week that it would ...

The Lake District by bike – how to tackle the Tour of Britain (with stops for beer and sightseeing) - The Telegraph
Continuing our series on tackling the route of the 2018 Tour of Britain - at a more leisurely pace - Simon Parker offers a guide to the steep slopes of the Lake ...

Why we're still in love with St Ives - The Telegraph
Revisit an old favourite this summer, suggests Gill Charlton, our Cornwall expert. You'll find Scandi style, picturesque hiking routes, the best burgers in Britain ...

The best hotels in Britain with direct access to the beach - The Telegraph
Some hotels offer amazing views over near-endless waves and fringes of golden sand. Spectacular to look at – but actually getting to the shoreline for some ...

The best places in the UK to watch the Perseid meteor shower this weekend - The Telegraph
While the Perseid meteor shower may be an annual event, streaking our skies with trails of light for a couple of weeks each year, this one promises to be ...

The world's oldest wooden church? It's in Essex - The Telegraph
The oldest wooden church on the planet? It's not in the Middle East, nor is it tucked away in one of the perfectly preserved medieval towns of central Europe. ...

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