In January 2003, when entrepreneur Peter de Savary acquired the Manor House hotel in Devon, England, the property’s best years were well i
Since its earliest incarnations on the links and shores of the British Isles, the country club has served as both community and venue, a g
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Planning a golfing trip to Scotland, and seeking accommodations that are private, secluded, and—here is the operative word—secure?
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A golfer making a pilgrimage to Scotland will find no shortage of outstanding accommodations.
For more than 100 years, princes and princesses, maharajas and sultans, presidents and prime ministers have visited this London landmark.
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