Baldwins Travel Group are delighted to announce that they have won “Travel Agent of the Year for London & the South East of England” at the recent Travel Weekly Agent Achievement Awards.
East Kent College’s new hotel, The Yarrow, has been honoured in this year’s Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) awards for the South East, winning the prize in the commercial category. The
Everyone should have ‘that’ list, you know, the one that contains the certain must-do, must-see, must-experience things that you want (or need!) to do in life. Having studied and worked in the
One in five (20%) employees from Kent arrive for work exhausted from their commute, it was revealed. New research* commissioned by coach company, The Kings Ferry, found the stress of crawling along
Nestled in the Kent countryside, Rowhill Grange is an impressive 19th century manor house that radiates splendour on every level. The luxurious newly awarded 4-silver star country house hotel affords everything you
Thanks to the drop of the pound since Brexit, Brits planning to go abroad on holiday will have to deal with getting less for their money when it comes to exchange rates.
For too many visitors, the Czech Republic means Prague and nothing more, but this small country has a wealth of extraordinary locations for the curious traveller to discover. Winter may be a
It has been well documented that over the last 5 years soaring house prices in London and its neighbouring towns have led to a large number people migrating to other parts of
Travelling with children can be an expensive thing to do, but thankfully Southeastern Railway has some incredible offers to make things a little easier. Kids for a Quid One adult with a
Every so often you are reminded of what puts the ‘great’ in Great Britain; that quintessential charm, a nod to nostalgia and the unmistakable allure of stately elegance that makes us proud
Guests are in for an extra special treat as Rowhill Grange Hotel, a member of Condé Nast Johansens; reveals a fresh faced new look Utopia Spa. Originally built in 1868 as the
There’s just something about holidaying on an island. Whatever that ‘something’ is, it makes all of your previous land-locked holidays seem, well, not quite as nice. But this time, forget palm trees