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Lighthouse Cottages

You won't need a night-light when you stay at one of Britain's newly opened lighthouse-keeper's cottages—after all, the sky is illuminated at regular intervals by...

Scotland's Castles for Rent

Scotland's clan system may have officially ended in the 18th century, but each region still has its own pater or mater familias, many with castles...

Cleopatra's Guest House

For years, potpourri and muffins have reigned in Australia's Blue Mountains. But now Cleopatra, a new Modernist guesthouse, is upping the style ante

Florida Flat?Not So Fast . . .

If you think the state's golf courses are boring, you're playing in all the wrong places.

Florida Flat?Not So Fast . . .

If you think the state's golf courses are boring, you're playing in all the wrong places

St.-Tropez: Hot Again

The French Riviera town is back in fashion, and at the center of the current renaissance is the fight to save its infamous beach clubs....

Fast Talk: Geoffrey Kent

Abercrombie & Kent CEO Geoffrey Kent was destined to become the head of a renowned luxury tour operator. Born while his parents were on safari...

T+L Asks: Comic Relief?

What's the funniest thing that has ever happened during your travels?

My Fair Lytham

This year the British Open returns to Royal Lytham & St. Annes, where I won my only (so far) major. Here's how the pros will...

Brighton Beach in England

England's venerable seaside resort has gone through hard times and come back shining—and very much in vogue
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