Today: Some of England's best hotels, restaurants and attractions will be waking up in the knowledge that they are the victors in the annual Enjoy England Awards for Excellence ( As well as No. 43 in Arnside, Cumbria, the winners, which were announced last night, included the Bay Tree Hotel in Burford, Oxfordshire (, The Langham in London (, Cornwall's Porthminster Beach Café (, Bedruthan Steps Hotel ( and the Chatsworth estate in Derbyshire ( Cumbrian Heavy Horses ( picked up the prize for best tourism experience.

Further afield, the 64th Flower Parade leaves Noordwijk in the Netherlands to meander 40km through the bulbfields to Haarlem – leave now from your local airport to Amsterdam and you'll be in time to see it arrive (

And in Carmarthen, the Laugharne Weekend is under way, with talks from musician Robert Wyatt and broadcaster Stuart Maconie, a reading from Howard Marks, poetry from Carol Ann Duffy and plenty more (

This week: The new Hotel Indigo opens in Glasgow on Monday, bringing InterContinental Hotel's "lifestyle" brand to Scotland ( In Hull, the Larkin Trail is unveiled on Wednesday, guiding visitors through sites in the city and the Humber estuary that were significant to the poet Philip Larkin and his work (

In London, a garden exhibit of Australian landscapes opens at the British Museum, in association with Kew Gardens, on Thursday (until 16 October;

In the diary: The Four Seasons Marrakech opens for reservations from 15 June. The luxury Moroccan resort, above, built outside the medina near the Menara Pavilion, comprises extensive Moorish gardens, a spa and several restaurants (