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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!
  • It’s hard to resist a weekend in Whitstable, which is why so many people return year after year. There are many independent shops in the town centre to explore, alongside the popular pebble-filled coast complete with beach huts and that great British institution – the seaside […]

  • We’ve really enjoyed our stays in Scarborough, and it’s easy to see why it draws in so many people every year. A stroll along the clean, sandy beach in the sunshine here is always such a lovely feeling, but so is exploring other parts of the […]

  • We always find ourselves back in Harrogate year after year. This historic town with its mineral health spas and beautiful architecture has so much to offer. Be that shopping to strolling through the scenic Valley Gardens while exploring 17 acres of Grade II listed parkland.   If […]

  • Where do we begin? This historic market town has incredible architecture everywhere and is the birth place of Charles Darwin (yes you can visit his house). You can tour Shrewsbury Prison and take part in a cell escape game, join a ghost hunting expedition around town, or enjoy […]

  • The Forest of Dean is an excellent place for a family adventure! And camping in the Forest of Dean in particular, offers easy access to all the activities and wonders of this historic woodland. The rural landscape here was once a royal hunting ground protected by […]

  • A historic town with plenty of activities nearby, it’s no wonder Barnstaple is a popular place to visit. Head over to Exmoor Zoo for a fantastic day out, or visit Arlington Court which is a National Trust Museum that features a beautiful Victorian garden. And if […]

  • We’ve always enjoyed our visits to Hornchurch. This town not only boasts lovely green spaces such as Hornchurch Country Park which is bustling with wildlife and is perfect for dog walkers, but it’s also a great place for history buffs thanks to the wonderful RAF Hornchurch […]

  • Home to Sutton Park, one of the largest parks in England covering a staggering 2224 acres, it’s no wonder Sutton Coldfield is a stop-off destination for many. The town’s Kingsbury Water Park is another big hit, giving visitors the chance to go boating, sailing and even […]

  • Sitting on the banks of the River Medway and with large green spaces and beautiful parks, it’s little surprise we enjoy visiting the pretty historic town of Maidstone. Luckily, after exploring the town and working up an appetite, there’s plenty of restaurants in Maidstone to enjoy! […]

  • Dubbed ‘the Pearl of Dorset’, Lyme Regis is a hotbed of history and exciting fossil finds. The astonishingly beautiful beaches here and dramatic cliffs form part of the world-renowned Jurassic Coast, an area where fossil hunters have flocked to for decades in the hope of making […]

  • If you could imagine the perfect town, it would probably look a lot like Lymington. This coastal town in the New Forest has been a busy fishing port and market town for centuries because it’s situated on the banks of the Lymington River. It’s also built […]

  • Looe, the picturesque town in Cornwall, is often described as one of the most beautiful places in the country. It’s known for its fishing heritage and stunning coastal scenery, but the restaurants in Looe are some of the best in the area too, and offer a […]

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