The Home Counties

The Home Counties Travel Guide

Articles about The Home Counties

By Nate Storey

Extravagant tasting menus, Michelin-starred dining rooms, trend-shaping chefs—this is T+L’s can’t-miss list of meals worthy of a flight, plus how to navigate the mind-boggling reservation process.   

By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Peter Jon Lindberg
See Our Guide to Great Britain The English may or may not have invented the countryside, but they damn well near perfected it. When we imagine some bright-green Arcadian idyll, this, so often, is the landscape we picture: the sylvan expanses of t...
By Adam Sachs
See the London Insider’s Guide. At the Sportsman, a seaside pub on the pebbly Kent coast, I recently ate the best lamb I’ve ever tasted. A pale pink chop, a hunk of crisped shoulder confit. Outside the window the animal’s brethren grazed in the m...
By Adam Sachs
See the London Insider’s Guide. At the Sportsman, a seaside pub on the pebbly Kent coast, I recently ate the best lamb I’ve ever tasted. A pale pink chop, a hunk of crisped shoulder confit. Outside the window the animal’s brethren grazed in the m...
By Adam Sachs
See the London Insider’s Guide. At the Sportsman, a seaside pub on the pebbly Kent coast, I recently ate the best lamb I’ve ever tasted. A pale pink chop, a hunk of crisped shoulder confit. Outside the window the animal’s brethren grazed in the m...

Hotels in The Home Counties

The 19th-century farmstead features vaulted ceilings and large stone fireplaces.

Restaurants in The Home Counties

Set on the bank of the Thames, this renowned French restaurant is the only establishment in the United Kingdom to hold three Michelin stars for more than 25 years. Originally opened in 1972 by Michel and Albert Roux, the Waterside Inn is now operated by Michel’s son Alain.