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Posted in SPORTS & ACTIVITIES By Maggie O' Sullivan

Adventure operator Wilderness Scotland is introducing a range of guided women-only trips this year, designed to encourage more women to walk, cycle, mountain bike and kayak in the Great Outdoors. Here are four of the trips on offer.

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

I love ice skating – top of my bucket list is to skate along Ottawa’s Rideau Canal – 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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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

There are any number of hotels launching in the USA next year, from off-grid retreats and beachside residences to slick city boltholes. Visit The USA highlights six of the most exciting openings

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

Much as we admire the Town Hall Hotel for donating its Christmas decoration budget to AGE UK, we're glad that most hotels see Christmas as their chance to shine with a fabulous tree.

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

It might be more convenient to book last minute, but it can also mean missing out. Canopy & Stars, which specialises in one-of-a-kind rural escapes, says its most popular hideaways always get snapped up well in advance...

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Posted in FOOD + DRINK By Maggie O' Sullivan

Even if you won’t be opening the first door on your gin advent calendar on Saturday or dropping into the country’s first Gin Spa in Glasgow, you can’t have failed to have noticed how popular gin has become.

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

Silent Night might be one of the nation’s favourite carols, but the run-up to Christmas can be just the opposite. So how does a silent beach or a silent spa sound?

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Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

Belmond Mount Nelson in Cape Town was painted pink at end of World War I to mark a new era of peace. In colour psychology, pink is a sign of hope, inspiring feelings of comfort and warmth.

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