England

Botany Bay

Kent Staycation

16th August 2020

Earlier this month we packed up our car and headed down to Kent for a four day break. With a car filled with just about everything but the kitchen sink (how do babies need so many things?), we made the drive from London to Margate. Having never stayed in Kent before, we were keen to […]

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AMBA Hotel Charing Cross

London AMBA Hotel Review

19th August 2018

On Friday, I had the pleasure of staying at AMBA Hotel Charing Cross. I love a staycation, as it always feels like such a treat to stay in a hotel, in the city you live. AMBA was no exception to this. We were gifted an executive king room, which included the biggest bed we’ve ever […]

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Yurt glamping The Paddock Shuttleworth

Yurt Glamping in Yorkshire

13th May 2018

As my birthday was quite a big one this year (the dreaded 30), Stew and I decided to get away for the week. We chose to spend four nights in the Peak District, staying in a barn conversion in the heart of the Peaks for the first couple of nights, before traveling further north to […]

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Sanderson cocktails

London Sanderson Hotel Review

1st February 2018

Sometimes you don’t need to travel far to enjoy a break. A little staycation, in your home city, is sometimes all that’s needed for you to relax and take a break for a day or two. That’s exactly what I did last week in London. I stayed at Sanderson one Thursday evening and had the […]

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Beatrix Potter Cottage

My Top 5 Places to Visit in the Lake District

18th October 2017

At the beginning of September, Stew and I, embarked on a two-week road trip, visiting places such as the Lake District, Scotland and York! In fact, we stayed in nine different places in total, stopping off at many others along the route too. For me, it was my first time visiting all of the places […]

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Harington’s City Hotel Review, Bath

2nd December 2015

Last weekend Stew and I traveled to the beautiful Cotswold city of Bath, located just south of Bristol, in Somerset. Bath is reknowned for its stunning Georgian architecture, rolling countryside hills, and of course its incredible Roman baths. Having visited on a couple of occasions before, we’ve never had the opportunity to stay over. With […]

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Travel | Cotswold Wildlife Park

12th April 2011

  At the weekend my boyfriend and I went to Cotswold Wildlife Park. He lives 2 miles down the road from it, no idea why we haven’t been sooner! I think the last time I went, I must’ve been about 7. So I didn’t remember too much of it, but it was such a lovely […]

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