A new boutique hotel at a seaside resort in northwest England is to offer guests a sex toy minibar when it opens later this year, its owner said Monday.
Jonathan Glancey How far will we go to attract tourists? Jonathan Glancey picks the best and worst additions to the world's landscapes.
A new store with royal connections is a hit with the public.
Rob McFarland visits the leading lights in England's coastal capital of cuisine.
David Wroe finds a foodie paradise in Borough Market - where everything from the chorizo to the beer is fit for kings.
Grant Jones A visit to Raymond Blanc's Oxford restaurant was meant to be, Grant Jones writes.
Photos: A heady mix of walks, witches and wanderings has Keith Austin on the verge of believing.
Tramping around North Wales, Keith Austin reckons you can't beat a good B&B.
David Whitleys entertainment starts at the airport.
Kristie Lau lets her inner child run riot at the grandaddy of all theme parks.
Travelling by road, Steve McKenna discovers a delightful, hidden pocket of England.
John Lee John Lee joins London's culture vultures after dark.
Jane Cotter traverses one of the most famous English trails, the 135-kilometre Hadrian's Wall Path.
Carol Middleton enters a bibliophile heaven in Hay-on-Wye.
Fran Stephenson finds Port Isaac is even more charming in real life than on the small screen.
Questioning his sanity, Sam Vincent takes part in an eccentric sport.
Why not stay somewhere with charm and character while visiting Britain, writes Rob McFarland.
If the unthinkable occurs and you lose interest in London, fresh pastures are close by, writes Adrian Nisbett.
David Whitley finds out how to drink your way through a first-class degree.
Rob Dunlop reveals where the Windsors buy their posh pressies.