- These winter winners offer great stays for an off-season break – of windswept walks or just being cosy – and feature lighthouses, inns, forts and crofters’ cottagesIn good weather, you can see 20 miles in either direction: to the left, the white stone of Portland; to the right, Golden Cap and the distant slopes of Devon. Running between them is Chesil Beach, the setting made famous by Ian McEwan’s novel-turned film. The National Trust has restored this peaceful stone cott
- The author of a book on the music forged in the UK’s industrial cities takes in Glasgow gigs, record shops and pubs, and the stories of the local bands he loves
10 more music citiesWhenever I’m in Glasgow, I usually buy a day ticket for the Subway, the circular underground system that links the north and south city. Affectionately known as the Clockwork Orange, on account of its colour scheme, it’s admirably simple: you can go clockwise or anti-clockwise.I have found it perfect
- From Van Morrison’s birthplace to the venues where the Who and the Specials made seminal live records, these often forgotten locations all have a great backstory to tell
• A music lover’s guide to GlasgowThe Who’s celebrated album Live At Leeds was recorded in the refectory at the University of Leeds student union on Valentine’s Day 1970. The band had recently diversified with the release of the rock opera, Tommy, but this live album showcased their heavy rock side a
- The renovation project included the addition of 70 guestrooms, bringing the room inventory to 336 rooms.
- The addition of the pier will enable the port to accommodate up to three of the largest cruise ships at the same time.
- The project took five months.
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