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The proudly independent Gulf state of Oman seamlessly mingles ancient and modern. In its capital, Muscat, Michael Raffael finds a realm of rosewater, frankincense and honey, where Bedouin values mix with modern luxury.
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The Fuzzy DuckWhere better to commemorate the 400th year of Shakespeare’s death than The Fuzzy Duck, a stone’s throw from Stratford-upon-Avon? The owners have transformed this former 18th-century blacksmith’s shop into a stylish...read more
Ilmington Rd, Armscote, Stratford-upon-Avon
The Velvet HotelOn Canal Street, close the Northern Quarter, the Velvet is a boutique hotel with charisma. Rooms are individually designed, and no. 25 is equal parts style and frivolity, where moody mahogany furniture is complemented by...read more
2 Canal Street, Manchester, United Kingdom
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