Burgh Island is a small tidal island near Bigbury-on-Sea in England, which is remembered for its association with Agatha Christie and its grand Art Deco hotel.
The famous author loved the place so much she used it as inspiration for the location of two of her books, And Then There Were None and Soldier Island. Several other literary notables, such as Noel Coward, have visited the island.
Christie?s presents Masterpieces Of Art Deco: The Marsha Miro Collection as part of its 20/21 Design sale, taking place on December 9 in New York. Marsha Miro was first drawn to Art Deco in the early 1980s. She stepped into this fie...
The Art Deco Grand Hotel Via Veneto is one of Rome’s most famous hotels. Its third-night free offer this summer puts a luxury stay within reach. The deal: Stay 3 Pay 2 is just that: a free night’s stay at this landmark hotel in cent...
Sunnynook is a four-bedroom 1950s modernised abode in the village of Bigbury-on-Sea, overlooking Burgh Island, where Agatha Christie set some of her most popular novels.
Ibiza’s Hotel Es Vivé is a brilliant – and brilliant white - art deco hotel that remains one of Trip Adviser’s top-rated venues for the famous party island.