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Something to declare: when novelty tourism becomes too novel

ONE TREND WE’VE SPOTTED OF LATE is hotels that make guests feel like they’re staying in someone’s home: a case in point being newly opened The Laslett in Notting Hill, where rooms are strewn with yellowing paperbacks and works by local artists (from £165; For early adopters of the trend, check into The Pig near Bath (from £149; and Langar Hall, occupying a dapper aristocratic pile in Nottinghamshire (from £90;

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