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Finally, a job that makes it easy to relocate.A job opening for a Visitor Services Manager on St. Michael’s Mount in Cornwall, England, looks very... Read More

Unlike in the United States where online betting is frowned upon in most parts of the country, in the United Kingdom, Brits are free to bet pretty much... Read More

If you’re looking for the perfect, cozy hideaway, we’ve got just the right home for you. Emphasis on cozy.One of Britain’s narrowest homes, known as The... Read More

Most people marvel at the percentage of their lives they spend sleeping. For Gordon Ramsay, it’s the incredible amount of time he spends sleeping on... Read More

One Saturday last spring, seven strangers and I plopped down on leather couches in the great room of Masseria della Zingara, a beautifully restored 18th... Read More

In Cornwall, England, Port Eliot is the 1,000-year-old ancestral seat of the Earl and Countess of St. Germans, possibly the oldest continuously occupied... Read More

See Our Guide to Great BritainNight comes softly to St. Mawes in late July, like an illustration out of a children’s book. The sky is a dark navy,... Read More

The New Côte d’Azur: Cornwall, EnglandA sun-starred crowd heads to Britain’s southwest coast for its golden sands and celebrity-chef-owned restaurants.... Read More

When my husband, George, and I decided to take a holiday house at Berrington Hall, a Neoclassical mansion in England’s West Midlands owned by the... Read More

Toast of the coast Cornwall's just-opened Hotel Tresanton — a former yachting getaway — has a pedigree that's irresistible to royal-watchers, food... Read More

The current magnet for stylish Londoners, Cornwall is a realm of improbable conjunctions: tumbledown castles alongside Bronze Age stone circles,... Read More

Whenever I pull out my maps to plan a new trip to England, I find myself wanting to return to Cornwall. This most southern and western of English... Read More

Back in the Twenties, the British humorist A. P. Herbert wrote a piece for Punch magazine entitled "Is a Golfer a Gentleman?" It tells of one Mr. Albert... Read More

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