England Travel Guide
Located in downtown Northampton, this Japanese-style spa has been welcome guests to its hotsoaking tubs, sauna, and treatment rooms since 1981.
Housed in a hulking converted power station, this vast modern art showplace opened in 2000, but still breaks new ground with installations. Each year Tate Modern hosts the unique Unilever Series, where different artists are asked to create an installation for Turbine Hall.
Prior to launching Adams Antiques Fair at the Royal Horticultural Hall, Matthew Adams studied costume and theatre design at Central School of Art.
Since 1827, this Mayfair boutique has carried the ultimate in luxury houseware basics, from fine bone china to crystal stemware to sterling silverware. The linen room houses bed and table linens made from organic cotton, as well as silk, lace, and velvet.
The range of holistic spa treatments here is tailored to jet-lagged travelers. The three-hour Signature Ritual ($395) is a T5 one-off, incorporating a full-body exfoliation, hot-stone massage, and mud treatment.
This bustling market in high-end St. Johns Wood is home to 220 trading pitches filled with a wide range of goods and products. Open every Monday through Saturday, the Church Street Market is where the neighborhood crowd heads to find everything from antique furniture to artwork.
Just around the corner from the British Museum in a neighborhood that was once home to a number of eccentric specialty booksellers, in some respects, the London Review Bookshop is a perfectly ordinary place, nothing especially dazzling or quaint about it. It sells books. It likes books.