Being here is the very definition of soul-warming happiness. Clad in wood and covering a footprint of just 25 sq/m, the Bookworm Cabin is an intimate little treasure.
With the final curtain drawn on 2021, TFN's Alex Webber takes a look at the year that awaits and those unmissable places that demand your attention.
The winners of the Best Tourism Product 2021 competition were selected from a total of 72 entries: 49 entries in the main competition, 9 entries for the Gold Certificate and 14 in the Special Certificate categories.
For a minority, the essence of the weekend rests in the foggy little bars that were established during Communism. Though fast dwindling in number, and left utterly winded by the lockdown, these have tapped a new wave of fans among a small group of people.
Opened on 19 November, 1901, the Hotel Bristol has become a place where modernity and heritage meet. TFN’s Alex Webber looks back at its glitzy history.
The post-industrial city located in central Poland and historically associated with the textile trade was the only Polish city on the list and was selected among five cities in the ‘Sustainability’ category, with the other categories being Nature, Adventure, Culture and History.
Driving in, it is hard not to be wowed. Brooding silently, it could have come from the imagination of Lovecraft or Poe.
From Lord of the Ring-esque forests and a cider-making farmhouse to a Bond-like super hotel and the splendour of the Bieszczady Mountains, Poland has them all.
A curated anthology of extraordinary places where memories will be made.
If you’re wondering how to spice up an autumnal staycation, this intriguing list of locations comprises everything from trendy country retreats to stylish cabins and grandiose train carriages.