Great British Houses: Longleat – Everything You Need to Know About Longleat House and Safari Park

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The first stately house to open to the public as a tourist attraction was Longleat. It also has the first safari park to be established outside of Africa. If you are searching for a fun location, where your family can enjoy outdoor entertainment with … [Read more...]

Anglophile Deal: Anglotopia Readers Can Now Save 40% on a Subscription to Britain Magazine – Exclusive Discount – Details Inside

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We've got an exciting exclusive offer for Anglotopia readers. We're big fans of Britain Magazine, which is the 'official' magazine of Britain. Despite the success of internet and tablets, I still love the feeling of thumbing through a glossy magazine … [Read more...]

Brit Dessert: A Primer on Puddings – A Brief History of British Desserts With a Recipe For Your Own

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What’s for pudding, Mum? This question is asked on a daily basis across the British Isles where they are exceedingly fond of a good pudding. But what exactly is pudding and where did it come from? Coming from America, pudding means a creamy, … [Read more...]

Great British Houses: Dyrham Park in Gloucestershire – The House Made Famous by The Remains of the Day

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Large and grand homes dot the English countryside. However, one mansion in particular is enriched in baroque design elements. Dyrham Park is nestled within a deer park, located near an ancient village in South Gloucestershire, England. The house … [Read more...]

Guest Long Read: Foyle’s War – A Guide to the Hastings of Christopher Foyle – Shooting Locations to Visit In Person from a Local

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‘Did watching Foyle’s War make you want to move to Hastings?’ I’d like to say ‘yes’, and possibly the atmospheric scenes filmed in Hastings Old Town helped, even if only subliminally.  However, we did not move here full-time until 2011, and most … [Read more...]

Great Britons: Oliver Cromwell – Everything You Need to Know about Britain’s Controversial Interregnum Dictatorial Ruler

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Oliver Cromwell was an English military and political leader and later Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland. He ruled as Lord Protector and was Britain's only non-monarch ruler (during the Interregnum period). He ruled … [Read more...]