Sleepy Cotswold villages, thriving market towns and cathedral cities, explore the vast history, amazing architecture and stunning countryside views England has to offer.

Three Cliffs Bay in Gower, Swansea

10 Rural Holiday Destinations in England and Wales

These 10 holiday destinations in England and Wales take advantage of the numerous National Parks, miles of open countryside and secluded beaches on our doorstep.

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Bath Abbey and Churchyard

The Most Beautiful Photo Spots in Bath, England

There’s so many beautiful photo spots in Bath, England as it’s a UNESCO city full of grand honey-coloured Georgian Architecture. I’ve had the pleasure of doing a couple of Instagram takeovers for @VisitBath as it’s long been […]

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Lower Slaughter in The Cotswolds

10 Picture Postcard Places To Visit In The Cotswolds

These 10 picture postcard places to visit in The Cotswolds all sum up the quintessential character and charm that people love about this beautiful area in the English countryside. Castle Combe Castle Combe is one […]

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Cardiff, Wales

5 Amazing Cities You Can Visit From London

These five amazing cities you can visit from London will show you there’s an abundance of history, beautiful architecture and wonderful scenery to explore outside of the UK’s capital. All these cities can be visited […]

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The Christmas Steps in Bristol

Learning More in Bristol on a ‘Microgap’

A microgap in Bristol exploring the street art and sampling the highly acclaimed food and beverage scene with a vegan lunch and gin masterclass.

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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...


View of Wells Cathedral from Bishop's Palace

Wells, Somerset

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.