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Famous the world over for its rolling hills, ‘afternoon tea' culture, and centuries-old villages, towns and cities, England is a quintessential travel destination. The capital of London is bustling, brash, but full of history, art and culture. It’s a city you can spend weeks in and still not be bored. Visit the coast and find iconic British seaside towns like Brighton, and regions like Cornwall with its rich food traditions and charming accents. Be surprised by the English sunshine, and how tasty fish and chips really is! Head north and you will find the gorgeous Lake District and Yorkshire Dales, regions full of landscapes that feel like they’ve been crafted specifically for camping and hiking. Enjoy the winding roads, fresh air, and slower pace of life. If you’re looking for inspiration for your next vacation in England, check out our posts below!
  • This enchanting seaside town on the coast of Kent in southeast England is a place well worth visiting. With this town’s laid-back vibe and breathtaking coastal views, you’ll never run out of fun and exciting things to do in Margate to make your stay worthwhile. Since […]

  • Colchester is a town in Essex in the South of England that is rich with history and heritage. Claimed to be Britain’s oldest town, Colchester has many Roman, Tudor, and Victorian remnants to be found as well as museums to visit – and amongst these are […]

  • Fowey is a small piece of Cornish heaven at the mouth of the River Fowey. Soak up the sea, walk along the coastline and eat wholesome Cornish food while you are in town. From Michelin Guide restaurants to quirky pubs, Fowey has it all. And it […]

  • The large town of Bromley near London is a hotspot for commuters thanks to its regular bus services and good train lines. But there’s plenty going on here too – including many fantastic independent restaurants in Bromley. All ready to feed hungry locals and commuters alike! […]

  • Weston-super-Mare is the ultimate UK holiday destination thanks to its long, sandy beach, exciting events, many activities, great camping and wonderful restaurants. And no trip here is truly complete without trying the local food and finding your own favourite spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. So, […]

  • The picture-postcard medieval city of Lichfield has a rich history, incredible architecture and a vibrant arts scene. And luckily for those of us who like dining out, this historic city also has a lively food scene so there’s plenty of fantastic restaurants in Lichfield to try […]

  • If walking along quaint streets with honey-coloured stone buildings and rivers flowing beside them is your thing, you’re going to love Bourton-on-the-Water Rightfully crowned as the ‘Venice of Cotswold,’ this charming village has lots of interesting places to explore, such as the Dragonfly Maze or the […]

  • When most people think of seaside towns in the UK, they envision Brighton with its busy pier and large beach. But for a more relaxed vibe, Great Yarmouth is the perfect place to visit. Although it doesn’t have the same nightlife as some of the other […]

  • Gloucester is dripping in history, picturesque surroundings, waterways, great shopping and even a nearby vineyard where you can go for an afternoon wine tasting session! So there’s no doubt this city is a fantastic place to visit. However there’s another reason we love this place so […]

  • You may be a surfer, a photographer or a family looking for a weekend away. But after a couple of days in Croyde you’ll have one thing in common – wondering when you can next return! That’s because there’s beautiful scenery in every direction here, the […]

  • Known for its striking architecture and set on a winding river, it’s little surprise we are big fans of the ‘Spa’ and have thoroughly enjoyed our visits here. Take a stroll through the beautiful Jephson Gardens, head to Chesterton Mill for some spectacular views, or Quarry […]

  • A peaceful town with glorious views, it’s no wonder Hebden Bridge is a place people return to year after year. During the morning you can’t beat a stroll along the canal or cobbled streets, and if you travel just a little out of town there is […]

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