Bel & The Dragon are a group of Restaurants and Country Inns with a strong history and
heritage. Acquired by Joel Cadbury & Ollie Vigors in 2010, Longshot Country Inns already
have seven restaurants under the Bel & The Dragon brand. Located in Churt, Cookham,
Godalming, Kingsclere, Odiham, Reading and Windsor, each establishment has a cosy bar
area, restaurant and Churt, Cookham, Kingsclere & Odiham have bedrooms for the discerning
traveller. Bel & The Dragon bring customers an eclectic mix of classic British and
contemporary style and cuisine.
'Our Country Inns are elegant and uniquely styled with a penchant for fine
wine, great food and a warm welcome.'
Beaverbrook is being created at the former home and estate of the late
great industrialist, press magnate and politician, Lord Beaverbrook. Set in 400 acres
of rolling landscape, just 19 miles from London, Beaverbrook will be the first proper
country club in the UK. The plan is to develop this already stunning estate to include
40 exquisite rooms, a world class spa & health club, two restaurants, a cookery school,
herb gardens, with activities for children, and much more. All this, of course,
alongside a world class golf course. Membership is strictly by invitation only.
‘The project we are proposing will bring about positive gain to golf, the
wider landscape and the biodiversity it supports.'
Imagine a 75,000sq.ft child-size city where kids are in charge! Opened in June 2015,
KidZania has landed in Westfield London. Have your kids ever dreamt of becoming a pilot,
a firefighter, or the next award-winning singer? Watch the excitement on their face as
they try out more than 60 real life role-play activities in the bank, on stage or
fighting crime on the streets as a police officer! Each role-play experience is crafted
to teach kids essential life skills including financial literacy, team work and
independence. Designed to empower kids, KidZania gives them the confidence to challenge
themselves and inspire them to explore the world of opportunities.
‘Where else could your kids experience sitting in the flight deck of a real plane?'