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By AlMaraasi | Travel, Luxury & Adventure

Devon restaurants

Expert guide to Devon<p>An insider's guide to the best places to eat in Devon, including waterside cafés, Michelin-starred restaurants and the best spots for fish and chips. By Suzy Bennett, Telegraph Travel's Devon expert.<p>£££<p>Mason’s Arms, Knowstone<p>The gridlock outside this remote 13th-century …

A cruise through northern France is high on culture

The Tauck's MS Sapphire glides peacefully along the River Seine on a 200 mile cruise through Normandy from Paris. Helen Minsky took the 14-day …

The Kvarken islands: our Scandi squeeze of the summer

Finland's gorgeous go-slow Kvarken Archipelago promises wild summer living and back-to-basics cabin porn, magic light and Northern soul food<p>Midnight …

Nature

Pink-hued DeBeauvoir Block is the latest addition to London’s coworking scene

Millennial pink reigns supreme in east London’s newest coworking hub, De Beauvoir Block.<p>Rose-tinted brickwork and plaster runs throughout the space, …

Design

Portugal in Macau: Uncover the colonial past | CNN Travel

Macau

10 hot new Paris restaurants to try this autumn

Eating in Paris. There are many (many) restaurants in Paris to try, from classic bistros and traditional crêperies, to refined Japanese restaurants …

The Strangest Places on Earth (Are Also the Most Sublime)

Technicolor mountains, otherworldly forests, and glow-in-the-dark beaches: These unusual places around the world prove that weird can also be wonderful.

List-Worthy

The White Horse, Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire: hotel review

In the heart of Pride and Prejudice country, this buzzing 16th-century coaching inn is more generous with bed than board<p>A quaint village in possession of an ancient church and several fine houses must be in want of a hostelry. But however universally that truth is acknowledged, commercial reality …

Jane Austen

Mediterranean Noir Fiction

Mediterranean

The Best Skis & Snowboards

50 states: 50 food capitals

America is full of fun "capitals", from the "bicycle capital of the northwest" to the "weather capital of the world", and we found a place in each state that claims a food capital title. You can probably guess the potato capital and the cherry capital, but the homes of fruitcake, burgoo, and even …

Restaurants

Take a Trip to the Dordogne, France's Overlooked Paradise

Though popular with Europeans, the department in the southwestern part of the country is less familiar to Americans. Those who do venture there will …

France

The 25 Most Wish-Listed Destinations of 2017

If, at the end of every year, you find yourself saying, "Next year, we'll go <i>there</i>," you're not alone: Our travel wish-list is as long as it is diverse, and it just keeps growing. During last year's Readers' Choice Awards, there were a few select places you marked as the next ones to visit, from new …

La Clef Tour Eiffel Paris

Paris, France<p>A superbly located aparthotel in the 16th arrondissement. La Clef Tour Eiffel offers both rooms and apartments in a smart 19th-century building. With plenty of public spaces to relax in, a large gym and two Michelin-starred restaurants on the property, it makes a chic and convenient …

Welcome thrill seekers to the most terrifying tourist attraction in the world

Are you afraid of heights?<p>If so, you’ll want to steer clear of China’s newest thrill seeking destination, Coiling Dragon Cliff.<p>It’s the latest ‘palm …

Dolce far niente in the mountains

Why stay under a blanket of fog when there are so many fabulous mountain terraces in Valais offering sunshine and panoramic views? They’re too nice …

Skiing

Thanksgiving pies (almost) too pretty to eat

The first Thanksgiving pie that Lauren Ko made was a disaster.<p>She watched her in-laws politely chew through an undercooked, runny marionberry pie. “I …

Thanksgiving

Aux Terrasses

Tournus, Burgundy, France<p>If you’re intimidated by the thought of Michelin dining, expecting snooty frostiness and pomp, you’ll find no better ambassador to the contrary than Aux Terrasses. Despite holding a star since 1999, this family-run hotel/restaurant with boutique aspirations and cheery …

La Réserve Apartments Paris

Paris, France<p>Incredibly luxurious, exquisitely decorated and with only the finest furnishings, La Réserve is one of Paris's chicest destinations. The distinguished guests that stay in its 10 apartments — from three nights to a few years — value the unrivalled privacy, smart location, elegant …

Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet's Paris

Paris, France<p>This smart, chic hotel with 81 rooms and suites is right on the corner of the Champs-Elysées. It's part of a small French luxury chain and it has established itself as one of Paris's most stylish smaller hotels, with a classic restaurant to boot.

Accueil - Sailfish

A Guide to Cap Ferret, the Cape Cod of France

While the French have largely relinquished the Côte d’Azur to foreigners — letting them fight for tables, sit in traffic and overpay for beach towels — they’ve kept one of their country’s best escapes for themselves: Cap Ferret, a windswept, pine-covered peninsula off the coast of southwest …

Cape Cod

JAWAI, Boutique Hotel and Gourmet restaurant in the desert Rajasthan – Relais & Châteaux

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Hotels

Samode Safari Lodge, Luxury Lodge and Gourmet restaurant in a game reserve Madhya Pradesh – Relais & Châteaux

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Hotels

The Pilgrm, Paddington, London: hotel review

Space may be at a premium in this new hotel, but beautiful reclaimed fixtures and tempting food more than make up for the lack of elbow room<p>No, that’s not a typo. It really is called the Pilgrm, and that missing second “i” is not all that’s been dropped from this new hotel near Paddington station …

London

Weekend Listening: Bahri Music

Kuwait is a coastal country, and the sea played a major role in its history, survival and culture. One of the cultural products of this relationship …

Education

Books & Beirut

Books to remind us of the Beirut and Lebanon that runs in all our veins... On days where it is the place of pundits and rhetoric.<p>Heads up these are …

Where to go in December for adventure

December travel opens the door for a plethora of perfectly timed adventures. Put your boots (and thighs) to the test on some of the planet’s wildest terrain; venture into a colourful underwater world; or embrace your inner speed freak on white water and even whiter mountains.<p>Wherever you sit on the …

Skiing

How Iceland Went from Astronaut Training Site to Tourist Destination

The Nordic island nation wasn't always the destination it is today.<p>Iceland’s only TV station used to go dark every Thursday.<p>For 20 years, starting in 1966, government-run RÚV suspended transmission one day a week to encourage Icelanders to venture outdoors. It was only in 1987, after a competitive …