Article originally from RobbReport.com || The village of Bray-on-Thames, 30 minutes north of London, is small but posh enough to support no less than three Michelin-star restaurants. (One is the Fat Duck, owned by renowned chef Heston Blumenthal.) Perhaps there is potential for another, now that the renovation on the long-awaited Monkey Island Estate is complete.
Find your zen at Amanyara in Turks & Caicos Sunning myself like a cat, I sit outside my secluded villa, staring at the sparkling infinity pool as it trickles into a larger pool that feels more like a lake. I’m thinking about how much I’d love a cup of tea. At that moment, the villa […]
A profound sense of calm can sometimes be found in the most surprising places. There has always been a romance to spending a holiday at sea, roaming from port to exotic port, with the salty breeze and wind in your hair. But the 19th-century idealized version doesn’t always match up to 21st-century reality. Modern cruise ships can […]
At Deplar Farm in northern Iceland, an experience that you will never forget Deplar Farm is a converted sheep farm in the Fljót Valley, on Troll Peninsula, way up in northern Iceland, about as far north as you can go before you hit Greenland. It is a fairytale place, where brilliant hanks of wild, wheat-colored […]