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We've all had time for a bit of reflection this year, haven't we. Thankfully we've captured some of the most fascinating reflections on tape. Not in, like, a Linda Tripp way, but by introducing prominent podcasters, Change Makers, to some of our most pioneering hotelier duos to talk about what makes them tick, the dynamics of their working relationships and what the future holds for their hotels. These twos become one enthralling series – titled 'Around the world in eight episodes' given its globetrotting nature – which is available to listen to now. Or if the written word is your preferred medium, we've raided our hotel-review archive for dispatches from two of the finest authors around, and shared some seasonal stories from Umbria's resplendent Reschio estate… 

 
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REFLECTIONS FROM RESCHIO

AN AUTUMNAL DISPATCH FROM UMBRIA

It may have seen 1,000 of them come and go, but this year will stand out for Hotel Castello di Reschio, the Umbrian estate that had travel titles abuzz long before it opened. At the close of its first summer season, our editor-in-chief Richard MacKichan caught up with architect and owner Count Benedikt Bolza, who spoke of 30-year visions, the value of wilderness and why the region is so
enchanting in autumn.

FROM THE REVIEW ARCHIVES

 
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A LITERARY LIAISON

Ah, Paris. There's nowhere quite like it. And for acclaimed author and salonnier Damian Barr, a stay at the Dumas-chanelling Hotel Monte Cristo is a chance for a rich-in-romance communion with a literary great. Or, as he puts it: 'For a weekend you too can frolic in the 19th century (with all the benefits of 21st-century finesse and fewer worries about the plague)…'

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CELESTIALLY SERENE

HECKFIELD PLACE

Author, columnist, agony aunt, podcaster, 'Nora Ephron for millennials' – it's no wonder Dolly Alderton is in need of a weekend's respite. In Hampshire's Heckfield Place, she finds that escapism needn't always require air miles. 'In the same time it took me to reach quintessential rural English paradise, most Londoners do their morning commute on the tube…'

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