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Top UK spa hotels including Rudding Park, Grantley Hall and Sopwell House are backing a new accreditation body to make treatments and therapies more accessible for people with cancer. Holistic practices such as massages and reflexology are said to be a “lifeline” for many people undergoing hospital treatment, but spas and hotels have been known
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Test4Travel calls for cheap, effective Covid-19 tests at airports and ports, by Christmas In the last six months we have seen unprecedented disruption to international travel. Yet this week, as the Government approaches yet another chaotic episode in its increasingly unpopular quarantine policy, there is an alternative way forward. Today, as a result of what
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A little luxe, Highlands It’s hard to beat the location of Eagle Brae, found between Glen Affric and Glen Strathfarrar and surrounded by rugged munros. With three major lochs on the doorstep, as well as the Farrar and Glass rivers, you can head out to catch your dinner before curling up under the red cedar-wood
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Expert guide to Alpe d’Huez Overview Hotels Restaurants Après ski Snow reports Most people visiting Alpe d’Huez stay in self-catering apartments, though there are some chalets and luxurious hotels available, as well as a Club Med resort. The resort village is split into eight small districts, or quartiers, with the Cognet quartier close to both
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Expert guide to Sölden Overview Hotels Restaurants Après ski Snow reports Most of Sölden’s accommodation is in comfortable hotels, which are predominantly four-star. At the less expensive end of the scale there are also traditional Austrian pensions and some apartments to rent. The two access gondolas, Giggijoch and Gaislachkogl, are at opposite ends of the
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