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Posted in NEWS By Maggie O' Sullivan

Exploring far-flung corners of the globe alone can be daunting. A singles holiday might work for some – but what if you’re not looking for romance, just a few gal pals to travel with?

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Posted in NEWS By Maggie O' Sullivan

If you haven’t booked tickets for the V&A’s Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams yet, don’t leave it too long: the exhibition closes on 14 July and is already sold out until the end of May.

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

Hotel l’Avenida, in the beautiful Mallorcan town of Sóller, was built as a private house by Spanish architect Joan Rubió i Bellver, a pupil and colleague of Antonio Gaudí’s. It was converted into a quirky boutique hotel 12 years ago...

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

February can be a gloomy month and if you feel like you need a dash of colour in your life, then SALT of Palmar, a new resort on the east coast of Mauritius, could be just the thing.

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Posted in HEALTH + WELLBEING By Maggie O' Sullivan

A retreat can’t make the symptoms of ‘the change’ disappear completely, but it can give you some relief and teach you to cope with what can be an extremely challenging time.

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

I love the bold colours and clean lines of mid-century hotel design. Here are some of my current favourites, some in buildings dating from the period; others more contemporary tributes to modernism.

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Posted in SPORTS & ACTIVITIES By Maggie O' Sullivan

Adventure operator Wilderness Scotland has introduced a range of women-only trips to encourage more women to enjoy the Great Outdoors.

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

I love ice skating so my heart lifts whenever I stay at a hotel with its own rink. A surprising number have them these days, and not always where you might expect.

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Posted in SKI By Maggie O' Sullivan

I know we haven’t quite finished with Christmas and here I am mentioning the E word. But Easter is late next year (20-21 April) which could have repercussions if you’re planning a ski holiday in Europe.

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Posted in SPORTS & ACTIVITIES By Maggie O' Sullivan

Love snow but hate skiing or just never learned and don't fancy it? Here are six alternative ways to have fun in the snow.

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