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Surrounded by wild and atmospheric moorland, the charming village of Haworth in West Yorkshire is a place to visit and fall in love with. It’s quaint cobbled main street lined by pretty independent stores make you feel as though you have stepped back in time, and the rough and rugged moorland that surround it make it a walkers paradise. Home to the Bronte sisters, famous English authors and poets, Haworth… Read More »Visit Haworth: An Ultimate Guide To Yorkshire’s Bronte Village
There is nothing that gets you more in the festive spirit than a trip to a Christmas market, and with this list of the best Christmas markets in Hampshire you needn’t travel far. The European craze of streets lined with pretty wooden huts selling mulled wine, chocolate and handmade arts and crafts has well and truly taken over the UK, and this is one holiday obsession that we LOVE! Whether… Read More »The Best Christmas Markets In Hampshire
2 days in London is just about long enough to see some of the most important sights and get a feel for the diverse and vibrant culture in England’s capital city. Here you can take a morning stroll next to the Queens palace, spend the afternoon visiting the dinosaurs and have dinner in a landscaped garden 38 storeys high. London is one of those places that most people only dream… Read More »2 days in London: The ultimate guide
Visiting Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door have always been high on my list of things to do and growing up only a few hours away, I wish I had visited sooner. Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door are, in my opinion, some of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of England. Making up part of Dorset’s Jurassic coast, Durdle Door attracts over 500,000 visitors every year, and it’s easy to see… Read More »Lulworth Cove And Durdle Door: The Ultimate Guide