Royal wedding 2018: Discover Windsor’s beautiful properties | Property | Life & Style

It’s not just any prince who is getting married – it’s their neighbour’s grandson. “Everybody knows that as far as the Queen is concerned the castle is home; she’s a neighbour to everybody and there’s a lot of warmth towards her,” says Chris Littler, branch manager of Windsor’s The Frost Partnership estate agents. The Queen’s not the only person who likes to call Windsor home: “It’s a very pretty place to live; we are very lucky,” says Chris. “There are the most wonderful royal parks open to everybody that go…

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Visit Guernsey: A BEAUTIFUL GEM with a troubled past | Beach Holidays | Travel

GETTY The Bailiwick of Guernsey is a British crown dependency in the English Channel off Normandy coast If it wasn’t for the incessant caw of seagulls and faded adverts for strawberry Mivvis I would swear I was in the Caribbean. Moored 30 miles off the Normandy coast, Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands. Just 12 miles long and seven miles wide, it is blissfully easy to explore over a long weekend. It has a unique, charming appeal with a not-quite-Britain, not-quite-the-Continent vibe, a rich literary heritage, fantastic…

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