Caroline Phillips


Caroline Phillips
“Caroline Phillips is a tenacious and skilful writer with a flair for high quality interviewing and a knack for making things work.”

Caroline Phillips


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A capital investment

Daily Mail | 3 Sep 2010

When we moved to London’s Kensal Rise in 2003, I hated it. I disparagingly referred to it as ‘The Suburbs’. We’d lived in Holland Park and Kensington. I loved the Royal Borough’s stucco houses, gracious parks, cafes and shops. But we’d sold our duplex in Kensington during the rise of the property market and, sitting smug, waited in a rented house in Holland Park for the market to crash. And waited. And waited.

A capital investment

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The Runnymede-on-Thames, Egham

Spa Secrets | 6 Apr 2010

This hotel enjoys a marvellous riverside location at the centre of the children’s universe – near Legoland – and thoughtfully the spa also caters for teens. It has great facilities: tennis courts, open-air pool, dance studio, gym, an 18-metre indoor pool, whirlpool bath, sauna, eucalyptus steam room and, best of all, Aquitaine – a private spa room for up to eight people with an adjoining double-treatment room.

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The spice is right in Kerala

Evening Standard | 6 Jan 2010

Coconut with everything. That’s how my youngest daughter happily sums up our culinary tour of Kerala, south India.

Our first lesson takes place in the kitchen of a colonial bungalow overlooking the Arabian Sea.

Wearing a blue sari and apron, our cookery teacher, Faiza Moosa, stands next to 16 dishes of pungent spices, from fiery chillies to local cloves.

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