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With complexities around overseas travel still hanging in the air and globetrotters continuing to place their plans to visit more exotic far-flung destinations on hold for something closer to home, much of the British Isles has experienced its busiest summer on record - some hotels, restaurants and landmarks, (especially those in popular tourist spots) have struggled to cope, and favoured honeypots like Cornwall have even had to resort to urging tourists to ‘stay away’.But what about our cities and other beauty spots, the ones that can still cope with visitors? London, for example – why not avoid the crowds and queues on a city break to our capital or one of our other vibrant cities? Catch a performance at Stratford-upon-Avon, head to the breathtaking mountains of Scotland, or visit its capital city, Edinburgh for a taste of its flourishing new food scene. Food and drink is a theme throughout this issue, from our interview with Tom Kerridge, to the prestigious new accolade for planet-conscious cooking, the rise of English Whisky, and new premium wine region, the Vineyards of the Surrey Hills. I have personally traded Devon’s beaches for culture and picturesque waterways, staying in the heart of its historic city, Exeter, and I enjoyed a countryside weekender at Goodwood, ‘England’s greatest sporting estate’. Together with our regular Travel News and cosy Autumn Stays, I hope this issue helps you plan with confidence, discovering less busy but equally charming places to visit.

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