I love to travel and am often daydreaming of the next must see destination at home and abroad. Read on to discover my favourite places of the moment.
Welcome to my third and final instalment of places to visit on the South East coast with Southeastern. Last and by no means least is Whitstable, my first seaside love!
Here it is, my summer guide to Margate! Summer in Margate is AMAZING. Capital letters AMAZING. You feel like you’re on holiday, don’t get me started on those sunsets again. Here are a list of my favourite places!
I’m going to share with you a few of my favourite places in this very sweet spot, where pastel coloured doors are a plenty.
Brighton is one of the first seaside places I fell for, after my hometown of Cleethorpes. Being just over an hour train ride from London, it was the first seaside town I used to escape the hectic-ness of London for when I had the chance. Discover some of my new favourite gems.
Looking for a winter seaside break, then look no further than my hometown of Margate. Here is a run down of some of my favourite places.
My address book for Copenhagen, including the finest bakeries, micro breweries and a whole shop dedicated to Cacti - you'll be booking your next city break in no time.
This is the second time I have been to Amsterdam in just over six months, and now I am smitten with the city. Here I share my favourite places in this very chilled out city.
Budapest is somewhere our friends and we had often discussed visiting, and after finally going last weekend we’re not sure why we didn’t go sooner. Discover how to spend a long weekend in this beautiful city.
Our food editor Catherine didn’t need much convincing to head to Berlin on her recent city break.
We don’t know about you, but we have been on quite a few weekends away in the UK over the years, we’ve been in the Cotswolds for friend’s birthdays, Liverpool for hen dos (yeah we did, and we LOVED it), and Suffolk for general any-excuse catch ups.
To kick-start our new year’s resolution to wear more print (surely it’s the easiest way to brighten up a drab, dark and dry January), we finally got along to the Fashion and Textile Museum’s Liberty in Fashion exhibition – and found out it’s about much more than paisley and pattern.