With warmer weather on the way, and the potential for a UK break looking more and more possible as the weeks go by, here are 5 great road-trip ideas to whet your appetite for a summer exploring the UK.
If you are hoping to travel later this year (whether domestically or internationally) here are some handy resources to make sure you are staying safe, up to date and on top of all the need-to-know news and facts surrounding Covid-19.
Belfast is a city overflowing with history, culture, and incredible people. And it also happens to be the perfect destination for a weekend break! Here are my top 5 places to visit in this beautiful city!
It should come as no surprise that the UK has a vast history full of ancient traditions, myths, and legends. Over time these stories, secrets and surprises have been passed down from generation to generation to become the foundation of today’s British culture.
Here are my top 5 myths and legends and the historic sites they have been built upon.
Whether you’re a history nut, nature-lover or window shopper, there’s something for everyone in this rich, vibrant city. Here’s my itinerary for a 4-day weekend break in Durham!
One of my goals for this year is to start to explore my own backyard a little bit more. So here is my list of 30 places I’m going to attempt to visit this year!
Here’s my ultimate A-Z list of things you can do in the UK to explore our rugged coastlines and countryside, and rediscover the beauty of our little Island!
With over 1000 years of history, Warwick Castle is the perfect place to visit to capture England’s rich and vibrant history. With the opportunity to stay in Medieval Knights Tents, it’s the perfect mini break for your staycation!
Rich in history, heritage and culture, there’s something just so magical about being able to wander through the halls of a Castle and discovering the secrets of times gone by. Here are my 5 favourite UK Castles you 100% need to visit on your next UK adventure.
This week we headed up the stunning Northumberland Coastline to Bamburgh Castle, which has stood guard over Northumberland’s shores for nearly 1500 years. Thinking of heading to Northumberland? I’d highly recommend visiting this historic landmark on you’re trip!