The best hikes in Ireland are without a doubt those that leave you absolutely in awe of the stunning natural beauty the country is so famous for! Those green rolling hills, jagged and dramatic coastlines, pastel coloured villages and amazing waterfalls are just some of the reasons to strap on those hiking boots and hit … Continue Reading

Okay, just putting it out there, us Brits have some great places to visit. Including some of the most beautiful towns to visit in the UK. What’s best about the UK is that we have a whole heap of diverse little towns and pretty villages spread across the kingdom. I mean, where else can you … Continue Reading

Yup, there are so many beautiful places to visit in the UK. From the itty-bitty hamlets that are nestled within the Cotswolds to historic cities such as Edinburgh, we have an epic amount of places and probably some unusual traditions and that you should definitely experience. There really is so much more to the UK … Continue Reading

Ireland is an incredible island. It doesn’t matter if you’re visiting the Republic of Ireland in the south or Northern Ireland in the north-east, there’s an amazing mix of the beautiful Irish landscapes, vibrant cities (such as Dublin) and is surely the best place to break out your choicest Irish dance moves… eat your heart … Continue Reading

Sometimes it’s easy to forget what’s right on our doorstep – especially when there are so many beautiful and world-renowned historic sites that are only a stone’s throw away! We’re fortunate that we have so many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland… from the unique City of Bath, … Continue Reading

There’s so much more to the UK than London. Yes, London is an amazing city and all that but the UK has so many different beautiful and exciting cities that most people miss out on thanks to buzzing bright lights of London. I have lived all across the UK and experienced life in different parts … Continue Reading

The pride of Britain lies within its countryside and there are fewer places in the UK to get a truly authentic experience of British life than in its villages. These villages are pretty small and, as a result, have some of the most quaint and friendliest communities. What these villages lack in size (there are … Continue Reading