The British Issue: Preview September 2017

September Preview

Discover the enchantment of all things British in Victoria’s September issue. Ride the rails over moors and lochs aboard Scotland’s Jacobite Steam Train, celebrate the life and times of beloved Regency author Jane Austen, and steal away to an enclave of classic beauty at Iford Manor, where promenades, festivals, and afternoon tea are in order. An afternoon in the Cotswolds beginning with a driving tour is punctuated with a picnic on a country lawn and a bout of bird-watching, then culminates in a refreshing evening at the cozy yet luxurious Lygon Arms. Also: A tea fit for a queen and sumptuous trifles await to tickle the culinary fancy.

Take a closer look at some of our favorite September features. 

September Preview

A Literary Legacy
The memorable characters of beloved author Jane Austen and her observances on the social mores of her day live on in her continued influence of generations of writers.

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Fit for Royalty
With nearly a millennium of history, Belvoir Castle stands on a fine tradition—one that it shares with the public through verdant gardens and public tours.

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An Unforgettable Journey
All aboard Scotland’s Jacobite Steam Train witness the unfettered beauty of sun-dappled lochs, castles, and moors in a cavalcade of tranquility.

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Romantic Sojourns
Edwardian architect Harold Ainsworth Peto, designer of Iford Manor’s resplendent gardens, filled them with the Old-World beauty of statuary and remnants from antiquity.

The September 2017 issue is available on newsstands and online

September 2017 Issue

2 Comments

  • I really appreciate since I cannot afford on Social Security to be able to see your Articles by purchasing the magazine but online I can and be able to travel and enjoy what is going on that you publish. I am 73 years old and I was named after the Queen of France, and her Statue was in Lorraine, France, as the WarII was full bloom and my Daddy sit on the slab flooring of it to write my Mother and tell her what he would like my name to be and he sent boys names with the list, but as he wondered what he was sitting on he realized as he looked up and saw the name on that Statue which was Janice Lorraine he decided
    that should be my name if I was a girl. The blessing of being the only daughter and six little brothers was by Queenhood Life! Thank You Again.

  • Thank you Victoria for another wonderful British issue! I have been waiting impatiently for months to receive the September issue in my mailbox!

    I spent hours looking through each and every page and am delighted at the varying articles and wonderful photography of items and places that instill great tranquility and restfulness upon me. Only English villages, cottages, gardens, and food items seem to be able to take a hold of me in this way! Yes, I am an Anglophile and quite proud of it! 🙂

    Thanks for publishing this issue and making it so special and wonderful ! I hope everyone else finds great joy and inspiration with this British issue !

    God bless !

    Brandon Hartford
    Te Deum Cottage

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