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

Lower Slaughter, The Old Mill Museum, The Cotswolds

Three Must See Places In The Cotswolds

One of the prettiest parts of the country is The Cotswolds, a protected area of outstanding natural beauty in central England. The communities here are full of charm and character, featuring on chocolate boxes, calendars […]

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Avon River Cruise, Stratford-Upon-Avon

6 Experiences to Enjoy In Stratford-Upon-Avon

Famous for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare, the medieval market town of Stratford-Upon-Avon resides in the historical county of Warwickshire in the heart of England. Just two hours north west of central London via […]

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Radcliffe Camera, Oxford University, Oxford

City Break Guide to Oxford & Windsor

Want some handy, budget friendly tips for a wonderful weekend away in Oxford and Windsor? Read on! Why here? They’re undoubtedly some of the most impressive and historically significant places to explore in Britain – […]

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Birmingham Christmas Market

Birmingham Frankfurt Christmas Market 2014

Birmingham Christmas Market is one of the largest outdoor Christmas Markets in Britain with 180 wooden chalets lining the streets of the city centre. The hustle and bustle of New Street leads up to the […]

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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.