Indian Afternoon Tea at The Chilworth

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Afternoon tea, first conceived in the 1830s as stop-gap between luncheon and dinner, is an indulgent tradition that is still very much alive today. Indeed, there is nothing more Instagrammable than exquisite teas served in the finest china, accompanied by a beautifully-presented selection of dainty finger sandwiches and fluffy scones. Under the roof of a […]

Penhaligon’s Perfumes – A Regal Treasure Trove of Scents

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Beautiful things are gifts of scents. Taking your breath away, captivating and divine, Penhaligon’s perfume selections are treasure troves of gorgeous potions in delectable vintage-esque bottles boxed up in their own individual intricate parcels of aesthetic curiosity. They’re not just perfect gifts, they make for beautiful displays of 1800’s style looking perfumes, refined and updated. […]

The Beauty Edit

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The Sybarite’s top skincare picks that have proved to be worth the investment. Following an arduous hand-picking skincare extravaganza, we at The Sybarite have narrowed it down to these fabulous products for their efficacy in the current skincare environment. The focus: antiaging and hair care. Two diverse sectors but two equally important areas of concern. […]

Galvin at The Athenaeum – A Modern Take on Beloved British Cuisine

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Making up one of  Britain’s biggest culinary success stories of the past decade, brothers and Michelin starred chefs Chris and Jeff Galvin join forces to create a modern take on classic British dishes at their restaurant, Galvin. Galvin at The Athenaeum sits in The Anthenaeum hotel in the heart of Mayfair, and marks a first for the brothers […]

24 Hours in Singapore

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Proving itself to be so much more than just a stopover destination, this tiny diamond-shaped island is bursting with both hidden gems and iconic sights. From its breathtaking skyline to infinite green spaces, glitzy shopping malls and seemingly endless array of world-class restaurants, Singapore packs a mighty punch. In fact, a mere 24 hours is […]

Country Escapes: Exploring Lord Beaverbrook’s Estate

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Former home of publishing mogul Lord Beaverbrook, Maxwell Aitken, the Beaverbrook estate holds many stories; the private cinema room where Lord Beaverbrook & Winston Churchill watched news from the front line, Churchill’s suite and bathtub where he would dictate to his secretary, or the bedrooms aptly named after their famous guests such as Elizabeth Taylor […]