Live the fairytale and stay in a castle.
Historic self catering cottages across the UK
A directory of the most historic hotels in Britain
The legend of Saint Ursula and 11,000 British virgins, all cruelly murdered in Cologne, Germany, by the Huns. But how much of this story is true, and were there really as many as 11,000 virgins?
In the early hours of October 6th 1854 an explosion occurred which shook the city of Newcastle upon Tyne and its neighbour Gateshead to their very foundations. The people of Tyneside believed that the end of the world was upon them…
The Wallace Collection is now an impressive public museum housing a world famous art collection. Located in Manchester Square not far from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, this grand building is as impressive as the art it contains….
The inhospitable terrain, the unforgiving and unpredictable weather, fractured tribal politics, turbulent relations with the local population and armed civilians: these are just some of the issues that led to Britain’s downfall in Afghanistan. This refers not to the most recent war in Afghanistan but Britain’s humiliation in Kabul almost 200 years ago…
Secret London – Britain’s Smallest Police Station, at the South-East corner of Trafalgar Square.