Honestly, Bath is a totally stunning and historic city in England to visit. It’s the kind of place that’s steeped in history, with some dating back almost two-thousand years. You’ll be totally spoilt for choice when looking for the best things to do in Bath, especially as there are so many dotted across the city. … Continue Reading

Honestly, there’s a huge amount of places in England to explore, especially on a sunny day. We’re so fortunate to have a whole heap of the best day trips in England that are dotted all across the country. With everything from tropical-like islands to magnificent castles. That being said, it can be pretty tough to … Continue Reading

I love a good road trip! It’s just such a great way to explore a new destination. You get to see and explore so much more than you would normally and have the flexibility to make your trip whatever you want it to be. This is in large part what fuelled my excitement to go … Continue Reading

England is an incredible country to explore, with so many incredible cities, the most beautiful castles and stunning national parks. Best of all, these are dotted all across the country, meaning there are lots to explore along your trip around England. This is especially true with the best places in the East of England to … Continue Reading

Okay, so there is a huge amount of pretty places in England to visit, so much so that it can be hard to whittle down just a few for your next trip. This is exactly why I wanted to make it that bit easier by sharing some of the best places in the west of … Continue Reading

Perched in the north of England, Newcastle is a city that’s well worth a visit, especially for all the history and experiences you can have here. After four visits, I’ve realised that it can actually be hard to whittle down a manageable list of the best things to do in Newcastle, especially if it’s your … Continue Reading

As it turns out, this ‘tool’ I’m about to tell you about is actually something we’d been doing for a while and didn’t even realise it till just recently. 😀 It’s saved us so much time and can actually make or break a trip (case in point: Rio where it just made for such a … Continue Reading

If you know anything about me by now, it’s that I have a deep and meaningful love of English castles. Thankfully, England has a fair few dotted all across the country that is incredible to see. Though, better still, there are a select few that you can actually stay in. This is where Studley Castle … Continue Reading

England is an incredible country to explore. We’ve got some stunning history, beautiful villages and gorgeous national parks that dotted all across the lands. That being said, sometimes, the best places in the north of England are forgotten in lieu of amazing cities like London or the pretty spots in the south of England. That … Continue Reading

Look, it can be tough when trying to whittle down a firm plan of spots to explore on your next trip around England, especially if you’re short on time. This is why I wanted to share some of the best places in the south of England to visit on your next trip. Some the cities, others … Continue Reading

It’s probably safe to say the idea of watching your typical Rugby match in London, is something of a no-brainer. You buy your tickets, you show up (probably dressed in your fave supporting gear finery), watch the game (perhaps, drink in hand) and head home when the game is over. There’s not a whole lot … Continue Reading

After spending the day on the Farne Island the day before, we decided to start our day nice and chilled visiting the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. After all, a microgap is about not just getting to explore an area but getting to lean into things you love in said-area (and I’m definitely partial to be … Continue Reading

Waking up refreshed from yesterday’s adventure around Northumberland, we headed down for a relaxing and chilled breakfast in the Joiner’s Arms. As they say, ‘all happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast’ and this was just that. After filling up on mountains of fresh fruit, pots of tea and English breakfast (minus black pudding and mushrooms … Continue Reading

For the longest time, I’d always wanted to visit Northumberland. Come to think of it, I remember the exact moment when travelling to university in Scotland from London. It was the first ever trip to Scotland by train and boy was I in for a treat. I still remember whizzing through beautiful cities like York … Continue Reading