On this trip to England, our editor begins his journey in York and continues through Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Lake District, ending in Edinburgh.
In England, almost every street corner once had a pub. Though many didn't survive a changing culture, Yorkshire now has more than its fair share of gastropubs.
Finding kinship with William Wordsworth through a visit to Dove Cottage, in Grasmere, England, where the poet lived for eight years.
While not as pretty as Cambridge, Oxford had one thing Cambridge did not: a Harper-recommended hotel. That may soon change.
At 73 miles long, Hadrian's Wall is the largest Roman structure in existence. The sight offers clues about those who built it more 2,000 years ago.
With 145 rooms, Castle Howard is one of England's largest stately homes and exceeds all others in terms of grandeur.
The exceptionally glamorous 23-suite Tuscan resort Castiglion del Bosco will now be augmented by the five-bedroom addition of Villa Agresto.
The Andrew Harper editor-in-chief reflects on this month's travels to Portland, Seattle and Whidbey Island, and a road trip in England's North Country.