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Travel Ideas from Rebecca Winward

Here are the Travel Ideas for Britain's Finest chosen by Contributing Editor, Rebecca Winward.

Rebecca Winward

Rebecca Winward

Former editor of Period Ideas magazine and author of Happy Home, Rebecca Winward is a connoisseur of interiors both traditional and contemporary, meaning she's particularly well-placed to seek out the most stylish hotels, restaurants and stately homes to visit. Having written about everything from bridal gowns to automotive engineering during her 11-year career in journalism, she specialises in lifestyle topics including food, health, homes, gardens and travel, and has seen her work published in a variety of titles worldwide, including Elle Decoration, House & Garden, Good Housekeeping, and the London Evening Standard. Rebecca's travel writing focuses largely on the luxury end of the spectrum, and often involves some element of food tourism. Her work has taken her to far-flung locations around the world - yet she still has an overriding love of Britain and everything that it offers, in all its glorious regional diversity. Rebecca lives in Essex, with her husband and a rather soppy Siamese cat, and is expecting her first child in December 2012.

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It's often said that if you're a keen golfer then there are 11 reasons to visit St Andrews - otherwise known as the Old, New, Eden, Castle, Jubilee, Strathtyrum, Balgove, Duke's, Kingsbarns, Torrance and Kittocks Courses. However, though this is a small town that thrives on... more

The 18th century was a time of extreme luxury for the haves (though sadly often at the expense of the have-nots), and consequently the period's architectural legacy is quite astounding. Thanks to influence of the sights seen while on their Grand Tour, the aristocracy of the... more