FFG Travel: The Fife Arms

Just when you think you’ve seen it all for exotic hotels and destinations, someone points you in the direction of The Fife Arms. This is a hotel like nothing you’ve ever seen before, that much I can guarantee. With just 46 rooms housing over 14,000 antiques and specially commissioned artworks, you can only imagine what a feast for the eyes…
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FFG Travels: Mollie’s Motel & Diner

Since visiting Mollie’s Motel & Diner last month, I’ve been asked a lot about my experience. A lot. People all want to know about the latest brainchild from Soho House’s Nick Jones. A motel and diner in the middle of Oxfordshire, with rooms starting at £50 a night, a diner that looks like it was made for some serious roadside…
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FFG Travels: The Lanesborough, London

I was pretty lucky in the advice I received when I first moved to London, from friends and family that had come before me. I was given tips on navigating the tube, suggestions on where to go for a great cup of tea, and was told that the hotels in London should become my hangouts. That last piece of advice…
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FFG Travels: Ocean House, Rhode Island

I watched the sunrise with my toes burrowed in the cold sand, my fingers intertwined around a hot cup of coffee and one of America’s most famous hotels behind me in the distance. Even before the light filled the sky, the striking yellow façade of Ocean House was commanding attention from all who passed. This is one of America’s most…
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FFG Travels: Wauwinet, Nantucket Island

Whenever I get the chance to share tales of my American adventures, I always find myself talking of the charming towns that can be found throughout all fifty states. The America I know and love isn’t found in a massive city, but is rather hidden in the smaller towns and cities that will steal your heart after just one visit.…
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