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By Michelle Johnson | 16 Apr 2021

An indulgent weekend at Middlethorpe Hall and Spa – a relaxed, natural treasure in the heart of York

Just two miles from York city centre, there is an oasis of old-world charm in the form of Middlethorpe Hall and Spa. This William III hotel – one of the National Trust’s three Histori... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 10 Apr 2021

Hair we go again: the best hair and beauty salons to visit as the UK exits full lockdown

One thing we can probably all agree on as life begins to return to some kind of normality is that most of us are in dire need of hair and beauty maintenance – haircuts being top of the list, if ... Read More

By Suzanne Baum | 09 Apr 2021

Chameleon London: the cream of the crop

After a year of working from home, I’d got used to my Zoom meetings and commute from bed to home study. So, to suddenly find myself in swanky Marylebone, in one of the most luxurious dining... Read More

By Tempus | 30 Mar 2021

The best luxury hotels with history

Beyond the more predictable features of a luxury hotel - spacious rooms, haute cuisine and a state-of-the-art spa - one facet often overlooked by travellers is the hotel's significance in his... Read More

By Tempus | 26 Mar 2021

PrivateFly: the private jet broker pioneering Bitcoin integration

PrivateFly, a private jet charter broker, has revealed that more than one in ten of all its private jet flights were paid for in Bitcoin last month, representing 19% of its sales. The p... Read More

By Tempus | 23 Mar 2021

Six pub and bar terraces you need to book for 12 April

Fingers and toes crossed: if all goes to plan and we are spared another jarring plot twist, the UK government will allow people to gather in groups of five in outdoor spaces from 12 April, including o... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 20 Mar 2021

Making an impact: from social responsibility to ESG investment

At the end of January, BlackRock’s Larry Fink delivered his annual letter to the world’s CEOs and investors. In it, he issued a stark reminder that we ignore our fragility as a species at ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 17 Mar 2021

Going with the grain: an interview with GAIL'S Bakery CEO Tom Molnar

In the slightly terrifying and utterly surreal early days of global lockdowns at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, it would be an understatement to say that sourdough was all the rage. Scrolling ... Read More

By Rory FH Smith | 23 Feb 2021

Detours and fine dining: the history of the Michelin Guide

In 1900, brothers André and Édouard Michelin were scratching their heads trying to think up a solution to a familiar business problem. Their fledgling eponymous tyre company had been running for 11 ... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 18 Feb 2021

Choose to challenge: Tempus looks at eight trailblazing women ahead of International Women's Day

Women are increasingly breaking stereotypes and making a difference on the global stage with their resilience, humanity and extraordinary gifts. Here, we mark International Women’s Day on 8 Marc... Read More

By Tempus | 10 Feb 2021

Shrove Tuesday: incredible pancake recipes from around the world

Like many of us, you may have been told that money makes the world go round. However upon further research, Tempus can confirm that does in fact appear to be pancakes that perpetuate the rotation... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Feb 2021

The best UK staycation destinations for spring and summer

As the world finds its feet at the start of another year of uncertainty, one defining feature of at least the first half of 2021 does seem certain: international travel is unlikely to play a majo... Read More

By Tempus | 22 Jan 2021

AlUla: Saudi Arabia's travel pitch to a post-pandemic world

If most discering travellers were to reel off their bucket list of travel destinations, the inclusion of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia would perhaps be something of a eyebrow-raiser. Thou... Read More

By Tempus | 15 Jan 2021

Cheval Collection announces London expansion

Cheval Collection, the luxury hospitality company currently with serviced apartments across London and Edinburgh has announced expansion in London as part of a long-term strategic vision for growth. F... Read More

By Tempus | 15 Jan 2021

London's 108 Brasserie offers a spectacular Burns Supper to enjoy at home

Barring an unprecedented miracle, it seems likely that Burns Night 2021 will be the first in decades in which we cannot meet old friends over a dram of whisky at the pub or sing Auld La... Read More

By Tempus | 13 Jan 2021

Dr Michael Mosley on how to be more mindful of your drinking in 2021

The Fast 800 online programme brings together the latest science around what we eat and drink, how to exercise and mindfulness to help people take back control of their weight and health. It is a scie... Read More

08 Jan 2021

Chic in Chicago: the best places to shop in the Windy City

Chicago is famous for its Chicago-style hot dogs, Chicago-style deep-dish pizza, jazz music, and 1920s gangsters. There’s also plenty to do, like visiting Millennium Park and the Willis Tower (c... Read More

By Tempus | 08 Jan 2021

Nine post-lockdown learning holidays around the world which offer enriching escapism and community immersion

The UK entered its third national lockdown this week, but with vaccines being rolled out across the country and around the world, there is a great deal of hope and a clear demand for enriching, i... Read More