A real dog’s din­ner

Country Life Every Week - - Luxury News -

Chelsea res­tau­rant Daphne’s is invit­ing own­ers to bring their dogs for lunch in the con­ser­va­tory and Lulu Guinness has de­signed a hand-painted dog bowl, in­spired by her Westie—which is, fun­nily enough, named Daphne. Hounds will re­ceive doggy bis­cotti. Only 50 bowls are avail­able to buy at the res­tau­rant or on­line, £60 (020– 7589 4257; www.daph­nes­restau­rant.co.uk; www. lu­luguin­ness.com)

It’s not too late to book a room at ex­cep­tional Côte d’azur ho­tel Cap Es­tel for some sum­mer sun. Built into the rocks and over­look­ing a pri­vate beach, this fa­mous Mediter­ranean hide­away of­fers the finest in lux­ury. Head chef Pa­trick Raingeard pro­duces sea­sonal food, grown in the ho­tel’s kitchen gar­den; the six-course tast­ing menu is out­stand­ing, in­clud­ing smok­ing dishes—lit­er­ally—and a spec­tac­u­lar fois-gras sphere. Once the sun has set, en­joy a mas­sage at the award-win­ning spa. Tast­ing menu from €160, rooms from €490 (www. gp-as­so­ci­ates.co.uk; 020– 7610 3533)

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