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10 of the UK’s best vineyard and distillery stays2h 10 of the UK’s best vineyard and distillery stays
Rooms with a brew: vineyards, breweries and distilleries where you can raise a glass and spend the night in a hotel or cottage In the new wine heartlands of the South Downs, this 600-acre estate was started in 2010 and the first vintage of its Sussex sparkling wine arrived in 2018. With a tasting room and restaurant, staying here is a Napa Valley-style experience. There are also 10 en-suite rooms in the restored flint barns, including some with bunks, and prices are reasonable. A posh hostel vibe is at play here, with high thread counts and packed lunches, plus another – more casual – restaurant at the weekend, serving set meals.
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How to visit Las Palmas for under £100 a night22h How to visit Las Palmas for under £100 a night
Meteorologists say Las Palmas has the most perfect climate in Europe, with an average temperature of 22c (72f). Here's how to see its best bits...
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An Inspector Calls...  A review of Mama Shelter, London22h An Inspector Calls...  A review of Mama Shelter, London
The Inspector checked into Mama Shelter, a Parisian import located in Hackney, east London. It's owned by the Trigano family, who founded (and sold on) Club Med in the late 1990s.
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Broadcaster Joan Bakewell recalls her travel adventures22h Broadcaster Joan Bakewell recalls her travel adventures
Here the broadcaster talks about her travels to India, why she would love to visit the deserts of Oman - and more...
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I loved this dreamy bohemian place: my art holiday in south Wales22h I loved this dreamy bohemian place: my art holiday in south Wales
A portraiture painting break in the Black Mountains reignited the artistic spark that I abandoned as a teenager
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ALAN Titchmarsh reveals his pick of the National Trust spots you and your family can enjoy... 23h Updated ALAN Titchmarsh reveals his pick of the National Trust spots you and your family can enjoy... 
Like the National Trust's almost six million members, Alan Titchmarsh loves exploring historic homes and gardens in the UK. Here he reveals some of his favourite National Trust spots.
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6 Items to Stuff in Your Ski Jacket Pockets23h 6 Items to Stuff in Your Ski Jacket Pockets
Sure, you’ll remember gloves and a helmet. But there’s other important gear to bring along for a successful day on the slopes.
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MailOnline reviews the two-Michelin-star Restaurant Sat Bains which refuses to serve vegan food23h MailOnline reviews the two-Michelin-star Restaurant Sat Bains which refuses to serve vegan food
MailOnline Travel's Ted Thornhill checks into the Nottingham eaterie with rooms for a (meaty) experience that's out of this world. So yes, spoiler alert, he says, it lives up to the hype...
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The holiday in France French families adore! Discovering the island of Ile de Re24h Updated The holiday in France French families adore! Discovering the island of Ile de Re
Fashionable Parisians head to the island of Ile de Re to stay in its whitewashed cottages. Richard Eden took his family, who found it was the perfect backdrop for their Instagram shots.
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Can Olympian Helen Glover really get YOU fit on this glorious Algarve spa holiday?  24h Updated Can Olympian Helen Glover really get YOU fit on this glorious Algarve spa holiday?  
Helen Glover leads an 'Active Living' programme at the Four Seasons Fairways on the Algarve's Quinta do Lago. Kate Johnson joined in and was desperate to impress the champion rower.
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20 of the best learning holidays in the UK and Europe26h 20 of the best learning holidays in the UK and Europe
From singing and surfing to furniture-making and freediving, we choose breaks where you’ll learn new skills while having fun in beautiful surroundings Portrush is a bracing but beautiful place to learn to surf. Despite having two top surf beaches, it is far less crowded than beaches in Devon and Cornwall. But for totally empty breaks, Portrush Surf School also runs one- to three-day surf tours to hidden spots along the west coast of Ireland. There are at least two surf sessions a day, with coaching for all levels from beginners to advanced, plus visits to off-the-beaten track castles, pubs and restaurants. Accommodation is flexible, from surf lodges to boutique hotels, depending on budget. The trips are limited to five surfers plus instructors, and the group travels by minibus.
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