Cereal is a biannual, travel & style magazine based in the United Kingdom. Each issue focusses on a select number of destinations, alongside engaging interviews and stories on unique design, art, and fashion.

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  • Sprezzatura


    At Il Pellicano, by the Tyrrhenian Sea, hotelier Marie-Louise Sciò shares her passion for reviving history, and her creative vision for Pellicano Hotels.

  • Noble Brew

    Noble Brew

    A visit to Dojima, the United Kingdom’s first Japanese-owned sake brewery, founded by Yoshihide Hashimoto, and situated around the Fordham Abbey estate in Cambridgeshire.

  • Arching Palms

    Arching Palms

    A visit to Casa Pueblo in Tulum, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.

  • Among Emerald Leaves

    Among Emerald Leaves

    Rwanda’s One&Only Nyungwe House, set on a tea farm at the edge of Nyungwe National Park, one of the oldest rainforests in East Africa.

  • Erudite Revival

    Erudite Revival

    A visit to the collegiate cityscape of Cambridge, with a stay at the recently renovated University Arms Hotel, a former Regency-era coaching inn.

  • An Hourglass Upturned

    An Hourglass Upturned

    An exploration of desert landscapes in the Adrar Region of Mauritania’s Sahara.

  • Material and Form

    Material and Form

    An insight into Rich Stapleton’s recent artistic residency at Numeroventi, Florence, and the ensuing photographic exhibition, FORMA – an exploration of the relationship between material and sculptural form, through the medium of photography.

  • The Geography of Happiness

    The Geography of Happiness

    We visit the valleys and peaks of Bhutan for Cereal Volume 17, in search of happiness.

  • Fort of the Sun

    Fort of the Sun

    A visit to the remote, desert fort hotel Mihir Garh, in the Thar desert of Rajasthan.

  • Where Desert Meets Sea

    Where Desert Meets Sea

    A stay at One&Only Palmilla, in Mexico’s Baja California Sur.

  • Slate Skies

    Slate Skies

    A stay at Amanemu, set around an onsen, and overlooking Japan’s Ago Bay.

  • Dá Licença

    Dá Licença

    A rural retreat in Portugal’s Alentejo region, among a collection of art and Jugendstil furniture — a Scandinavian variant of Art Nouveau — and Dornach design, a vernacular style based on the philosophies of Rudolph Steiner.

  • Umbrian Hills

    Umbrian Hills

    A visit to the Castello Di Reschio estate, set around a tenth century castle on the border of Umbria and Tuscany, where Count Benedikt Bolza and his team are renovating its ancient farmhouses into secluded heritage properties.

  • Balearic Calm

    Balearic Calm

    A stay at Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay, overlooking the still waters of Talamanca Bay in the Mediterranean.

  • Hotel Joaquin

    Hotel Joaquin

    A conversation with Robert McKinley about his design for Laguna Beach’s Hotel Joaquin, California.

  • Summit


    A visit to the Messner Mountain Museum in Kronplatz, South Tyrol, to meet seasoned mountaineer Reinhold Messner, for Cereal Volume 16.

  • Art in Bilbao

    Art in Bilbao

    A stay at Gran Hotel Domine, and an exploration of the art and cuisine of Bilbao and San Sebastián.

  • Heckfield Place

    Heckfield Place

    A Georgian manor set in the woodlands of Hampshire, renovated into a heritage hotel, and surrounded by a vast arboretum planted by Victorian horticulturalist William Wildsmith.

  • Grey Dawn

    Grey Dawn

    A stay at Amanfayun in the UNESCO World Heritage site of West Lake, China, set in a former fishing village.

  • Modern Mexican

    Modern Mexican

    A conversation with Enrique Olvera of Mexico City’s Pujol, an internationally acclaimed restaurant that specialises in the finest renditions of Mexican street food.

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