Cream Tea has become a tradition throughout the UK and may possibly even date back to the 11th century. Rather than merely celebrate Afternoon Tea week (usually in August each year), The Beaufort offers a complimentary Cream Tea to every guest during each and every day of their stay.
To allow more people to sample this tradition, the hotel is running a Twitter competition every month to win complimentary Cream Tea for two at the boutique hotel with no obligation to stay. To find out how to enter, keep reading…
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When you think of luxury shopping in London, Harrods has to be top of the list and best of all, the world famous department store is on our doorstep in Knightsbridge.
Not only is The Beaufort offering you a free £50 Harrods voucher to use during your stay, you will be provided with transportation assistance for your shopping, complimentary breakfast and much more! If you like the idea of a £50 head-start on your shopping at Harrods, keep reading to find out how you can claim this offer…
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June and July are exciting months in London for sports lovers as there is so much to see including the World Cup beginning on 12th June, as well as Royal Ascot, Wimbledon and qualifying for the Henley Royal Regatta.
To celebrate this great summer of sport, The Beaufort is offering hotel guests one additional night free for every three nights booked plus the chance to win a second night free! Read on to see how you can claim this offer and participate in a bonanza of free summer nights at our luxury boutique hotel…
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Although Rubens was a Flemish artist, he spent a fair bit of his time in London, working for Charles I; he even appears to have offered his own views on foreign policy to try to bring England and Spain together (it didn’t work, though both countries gave him knighthoods). It’s not surprising then that if you want to see Rubens’s work, you don’t have to go to Brussels, Antwerp or Mechelen – nor to the Prado – because a lot of it was commissioned by British buyers, and ended up in British collections.
Here are my top ten Rubens pictures in London. There’s a bit of legwork (and a few admissions fees) involved in finding them all – but if you want a whirlwind tour of Rubens, Room 29 of the National Gallery will net you a superb haul in one fell swoop.
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