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Set amongst 66 acres of meadows, woodland and oak-lines streams, Coombeshead Farm is a restaurant and bakery set within a bucolic farm and beautiful five bed Georgian guesthouse - created by culinary stars Tom Adams and April Bloomfield in the heart of the Cornish countryside. Visit Coombeshead and embrace the good life: produce is either grown and reared on the farm or sourced locally and is then masterfully cooked, fermented, pickled and baked into mouth-watering farm-to-fork fare served to you by a charming team in a delightful farmhouse that you will want to return to, time after time. Stop for supper, for the night or treat yourself to one of the many courses on offer from bread-making to fermenting, as detailed here.
The Four Seasons resorts are synonymous with luxury, elegance and style world-wide; however you may not know that the Four Seasons' Spas are world-leading in their efforts to follow sustainable, eco-friendly and natural-led practises.
At their heavenly spas in both the Maldives and the Seychelles you can even find British luxury organic beauty products from British makers Vanderohe, proof of their focus on the green side of beauty and wellness - as Vanderohe's products are not only out of this world, they also support the marinesavers.com foundation to help save coral reefs.
As if we needed another excuse to go.
Find out more about the Four Seasons HERE
Find out more about Vanderohe HERE
When Gleneagles first opened its doors in 1924, this magnificent countryside estate in the heart of Scotland was described as a “riviera in the Highlands”. Today Gleneagles continues to be one of the leading hotels of the World, offering its guests unrivalled accommodation, three championship golf courses, an award-winning spa and the only restaurant in Scotland to hold two Michelin stars. Uniquely beautiful and uniquely Scottish, Gleneagles is a glorious mix of tradition, style and elegance.
Sage Lodge, located on the banks of the Yellowstone River in Montana - just 35 minutes from Yellowstone National Park - is the ultimate in eco-lodge luxury. It is the perfect spot to embark upon fly fishing, hiking, biking, hunting, cross-country skiing - or any other outdoor endeavour that calls your name - and the perfect place to recover afterwards. Committed to conservation and sustainability, it is also the perfect home for one of Elvis & Kresse's rescued leather rugs, handwoven from no less than 6809 pieces of leather rescued from iconic luxury British brand Burberry. Pull up a chair beside the open fire in the Great Room, admire the view of the Yellowstone Park and don't forget to look down and admire the piece of incredible British craftsmanship below your feet.
Find out more about Sage Lodge & their conservation work HERE
Find out more about Elvis and Kresse HERE
Freshly renovated by interior design dream team Harding & Read, with architecture from Mad Atelier and styling by Michelle Kelly, The Rose in Deal has had a glorious new lease of life. Owned by Alex Bagner - formerly Editor of the prestigious design resource Wallpaper.com - each of its eight bedrooms has its own distinct personality, bursting with colour and dressed with mid-century treasures, prints of contemporary artwork by the likes of Tracey Emin and Gary Hume and textiles from Liberty. Even the bathrooms are a joy, with reclaimed suites in pastel hues and divine toiletries from Austin Austin. Add in a welcoming bar and a foodie offering from executive chef Rachel O’Sullivan - formerly of London’s Polpo, Spuntino and The Towpath Cafe - celebrating the best of Kentish produce and this is surely the perfect seaside retreat. Whether you stay the night, feast in the restaurant or just pop in for a coffee after a stroll along the beach, you won't be disappointed.
Founded by chef Emily Scott, the St. Tudy Inn is a Cornish gem where local & seasonal Cornish produce is celebrated with aplomb. Nestled at the heart of a lovely Cornish village, it is beautiful & welcoming in equal measure: it is the perfect place to while away the hours, whether at the bar with the locals, on the lavender-strewn patio or in the restaurant with a delicious bottle of wine created by Emily with her partner and winemaker Mark Hellyar in Bordeaux. The food is rustic & delicious, the wine is wonderful, the rooms are lovely & the atmosphere delightful. It is no wonder that the St. Tudy has just been awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand for the second year in a row.
The moment you cross the threshold into the Watergate Bay Hotel you know you are somewhere special. The spectacular views of the rugged Atlantic coastline greet you inside and out, and you can't help but breath it all in and leave the daily grind behind you. Being at Watergate is about wholesome pleasures: getting outside and embracing the Cornish elements, being active, delicious food, soaking up the view from the infinity pool, chilling out in ever-so-cool surroundings and having a wonderful time with your family. It's a little piece of Cornish heaven.