Sleepy Cotswold villages, thriving market towns and cathedral cities, explore the vast history, amazing architecture and stunning countryside views England has to offer.
My alarm blared out around 7am on a misty December morning as I was eager to start my Christmassy day in York. I arrived just after midnight on the train and went straight to the […]Read More
The Round Robin tour from Paignton takes in some of South Devon’s most scenic sights and includes a bus ride to Totnes, river boat cruise to Dartmouth, ferry to Kingswear and steam train back to Paignton.Read More
A guide to the revamped Herefordshire trail following section 8 between Whitney Bridge and Kington.Read More
There’s no finer place to enjoy a traditional cream tea than a charming tea room or grand manor house in The Cotswolds. Whether it’s a comforting tea by a log fire or a luxurious Afternoon Tea in a summer garden, there's somewhere for every season and taste. Read on...
Situated in the centre of England's smallest city, The Bishop’s Palace and Gardens has 8 centuries of history to discover. The city of Wells is steeped in history and holds claim to Europe’s oldest purely residential street (Vicars’ Close) and a 12th century Cathedral.
Take a tour of the 14 acres of gardens surrounding the palace and the magnificent views of the Cathedral.