Bath’s architecture has more symbolic meaning than you probably first realised.
The four men who shaped the way that Bath looks and feels today.
Which royal visitors put Bath’s bathing on the map?
A churchyard in Gloucestershire hides a Roman masterpiece.
If you’ve got a competitive spirit then head over to the Cotswolds.
Look beyond the obvious next time you visit this Area of Natural Beauty.
Looking for an exceptional place a little closer to home? Here’s our list of the best ways to enjoy Britain.
Three experiences to have you making art the prehistoric way.
In 2016, the Cotswolds AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) celebrates its fiftieth anniversary. To commemorate this anniversary and to celebrate one of the UK’s most special regions, we’ve asked Caroline Mills, author of our Slow Travel Cotswolds guidebook, to pick her favourite fifty apsects of the Cotswolds. Here’s 50 – 41….