See the gardens of the Italian lakes with Gardeners’ World star Adam Frost

See the gardens of the Italian lakes with Adam Frost: Join the Gardeners’ World star to discover stunning displays on Maggiore and Como By Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 08:49 BST, 9 September 2020 | Updated: 08:49 BST, 9 September 2020 With their spectacular backdrop of the Alps and a mild climate all year round, … Read more

How to get the most out of a hotel loyalty card from free stays to birthday gifts  

From free stays in luxury accommodation to birthday gifts and discounts on days out: How to get the most out of a hotel loyalty card The New Forest Hotels scheme offers discounts on visits to local attractions  The Jurys Inn loyalty scheme pays you points for every pound spent on bookings The IHG Rewards scheme … Read more

Britain’s first geothermal lido opens in Cornwall – and the water is a toasty 35C 

Britain’s first geothermal lido opens in Cornwall, where visitors can bathe in natural saltwater that’s a toasty 35C The new geothermal lido is a feature of the Art Deco Jubilee Pool, which is located in Penzance  The pool, part of a £1.8million upgrade, has a capacity of 50 – although it’s currently capped at 15  … Read more

Tennyson’s Lincolnshire is a glorious mix of vast countryside, open beaches and quaint little towns 

An hour’s drive north, past the painted storefronts of Norfolk’s boutique towns, lie the undulating wheat fields of Lincolnshire. The county, butted by the North Sea, has long been overshadowed by its cooler neighbour. While it may not have as much allure as Wells-next-the-Sea or the regal attraction of Holkham, this quiet corner of England … Read more

Government uses new regional travel corridors to slap restrictions on SEVEN Greek islands 

Fury of airline bosses as Government uses new regional travel corridors to slap restrictions on SEVEN Greek islands Grant Shapps said move to treat islands as separate would bring relief to travel But no islands were made exempt from quarantine under the new rules  The change has ruined the holidays of an estimated 70,000 Britons  … Read more

Thomas Cook set to return as an online-only travel agent

Thomas Cook set to return: Chinese owner Fosun, plans to bring back the holiday firm as an online travel agent By James Salmon for the Daily Mail Published: 21:51 BST, 7 September 2020 | Updated: 21:51 BST, 7 September 2020 Thomas Cook’s Chinese owner plans to relaunch the 178-year-old brand in the midst of the … Read more

Loyd Grossman reveals why Norfolk is his favourite UK destination and tips for visiting the U.S

Checking in… Author and broadcaster Loyd Grossman reveals why Norfolk is his favourite UK holiday spot and offers top tips for U.S trips, including an ‘amazing’ NYC burger joint By York Membery for the Daily Mail Published: 16:33 BST, 7 September 2020 | Updated: 16:33 BST, 7 September 2020 Author and broadcaster Loyd Grossman checks … Read more

The Greyhound Inn in Oxfordshire reviewed by the Daily Mail’s Inspector

An Inspector calls… at The Greyhound Inn in Oxfordshire and loves the nooks and crannies, his ‘wonderfully comfortable’ bed and the ‘terrific’ food The Greyhound Inn, in the village of Letcombe Regis, has eight rooms that are all named after places nearby  It has a ‘mish-mash of tables and chairs’, ‘various nooks and crannies’ and … Read more

UK staycations: The little-known gems that are perfect for a brilliant break, from Somerset to Wales

The South West, the Cotswolds and many staycation hotspots became fully booked this summer, with hardly a B&B room left unoccupied.  Our writers dived off the UK’s tourist trail to visit places that might, at first, not sound much to boast about, but turned out to be nothing short of a revelation…  WELSH WONDER WHERE KATE … Read more

The holiday hotspots that get the green light for a quarantine-free break from Cyprus to Barbados

The travel corridors have turned booking a holiday into a game of destination roulette. Tourists must be willing to go to a country they may not have previously considered and accept that cancellations, refunds and a potential whole new booking are all part and parcel of the changing travel landscape. The general advice is now to … Read more