Breakfast on our final morning in the Cotswolds started (…after a nice bath) with eggs royale for myself and gggs & soldiers for Lloyd. All washed down with some freshly brewed coffee. The Royal Oak is a fairly small and intimate place (I think there are only 6 rooms in total) so you’re quite likely … Continue Reading

Perched right on the fringes of the Cotswolds, Cirencester is a totally gorgeous market town that’s steeped in history. With thousands of years of history, even with heaps of Roman settlements, there are some many epic and best things to do in Cirencester dotted all around the town.  We totally loved our visit and often … Continue Reading