Located not far from the ruins of Dunwich, the very same one that fell in to the sea (also often dubbed England’s own Atlantis) are Leiston Abbey ruins.
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Every year, on a Saturday morning in early September, the streets of Bath are transported back in time to an age of Regency splendour.
As you leave The Backs via Garret Hostel Bridge, turn left and you’re suddenly transported back in to an ancient city. The only reminders of modernity may be the tarmac on the road. You have arrived in Trinity Lane.
Gone are the days of old when shepherd’s huts stood in a lonely corner of an open field, sad, dilapidated, purely to serve the shepherd on the occasional night in the field. These days, shepherd’s huts have taken a stylish turn. With the surge of popularity in micro-homes, these old cabins have now been turned […]
Visiting Cambridge with your doggie-pal? Novotel Cambridge North, just 2.2 miles north of Cambridge is a brilliant place to stay. In general, hotels are not often known for being pet-friendly with limits and rules about where your dog is allowed and restrictions on not leaving your pet alone in the room.
Giverny sits in a little quiet area in Normandy about an hours’ drive from the hustle and bustle of Paris. As areas go, it is relatively unremarkable. A quiet little village lane, a few houses on either side. It is actually hard to believe that it was home to one of the world’s most renowned […]
The Lake District has long been associated with Beatrix Potter and much of the area’s charm and distinct country-cottage feel has been immortalised in her many well-beloved animal stories for children.
When at the age of 47, Beatrix Potter married William Heelis, a solicitor, she married in to a family that had long been established in Hawkshead, although different to how it is portrayed in the film, Miss Potter, Beatrix did not actually know William Heelis from childhood.
Steep inclines and Hair-pin Turns through Wrynose Pass and Hardknott Pass The Lake District is renowned for it walking trails and adventurous activities but for the more sedate among us, a drive through some of the most spectacular views in England are in store. Inspired by David Williams’ article Shifting Gears and Rolling Scenes in […]
Along the Prinsengracht canal, in central Amsterdam lies what is now known to the world as Anne Frank’s house, although this was neither her birth place nor actual home.