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

Festive exterior of The Ivy Bath Brasserie on Milsom Street

The Ivy Bath Brasserie At Christmas

Visiting Bath over the festive period is an annual tradition of mine and this year I was invited by The Ivy Bath Brasserie for dinner and cocktails. Here’s what you can expect… Lit up with […]

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Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, England

Top Things To Do in Wiltshire, England

The south west county of Wiltshire is very much the root of the great English oak tree. When you dig down you realise there’s a lot more to the pretty Salisbury plains than meets the […]

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Castle Combe in the summer

How to spend a beautiful summer’s day in The Cotswolds

Planning a summery day trip or weekend away in The Cotswolds? This quaint part of England has around 800 square miles of green hills, pretty villages and walking trails to explore so the choice is […]

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A day trip guide to beautiful Bradford-on-Avon

Friendly locals, a tranquil canal and an award winning tea room, the beautiful Wiltshire town of Bradford-on-Avon has the potential to be one of the best day trips you’ll take in the UK this year.

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Castle Combe

A day trip to Castle Combe in The Cotswolds

Castle Combe, a sleepy chocolate box village that’s often referred to as England’s prettiest. If you’re looking to visit The Cotswolds for the day then this little gem in Wiltshire is a wonderful starting point. […]

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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.