National Picnic Week offers tips, advice, recipes and other information to encourage people to get outside, find great local al fresco dining sites and enjoy the perfect picnic. Food really does taste better outdoors, and there are few better ways of making the most of the summer! So here are a few recommendations for the … More 7 Perfect Picnic Locations for National Picnic Week
Dating from the 17th century, this Grade II listed Yorkshire longhouse offers the perfect proposition: a wealth of charming period features combined with a number of modern day conveniences in a delightful corner of the UK. You will find open beams in abundance, an original range fireplace; stone flagged floors, period furniture and sumptuous furnishings. Modern … More Cottage of the Week – The Longhouse, nr. Pickering, Yorkshire
The summer months may be behind us, but there’s a whole host of exciting activities and events for you to enjoy this winter. Whether you’re holidaying in a favourite corner of the UK or looking for new and exciting events nearer home, our fair isle has plenty on offer to keep you and the family busy … More 9 Perfect Ways to Unwind this Winter
A selection of the Britain’s finest festive attractions to get you in the Christmas spirit. Enjoy Edinburgh’s mix of stunning seasonal events, take a walk on the wild side in Chester, marvel at gorgeous garlands in Cornwall and get fit and raise money for charity… A pre-Christmas treat If you’d like a break to get yourself … More The UK’s Best Christmas Events
With Mr. Turner currently earning great notices and a retrospective of his late work exhibiting at The Tate, the life and work of artist Joseph Mallord William Turner has never been more talked about. But with a career spanning over 60 years involving the creation of countless sketches and paintings in several different countries, understanding … More Mr. Turner’s Britain: 5 Destinations that Shaped the Artist
We teamed up with our friends at Hoseasons and Canvas Holidays to tackle Yorkshire’s Three Peaks this weekend, raising much-needed funds for the Three Peaks Project in the process. Great (dry!) weather made for ideal walking conditions and a really fun (though exhausting!) day. Find more info on the Three Peaks Project on their website.
We’d eat ice cream every day of the year if we could, but July gives us the best excuse to – it’s National Ice Cream Month! The tradition was started in 1984 in the United States by the President at the time, Ronald Reagan. With temperatures soaring across the UK, what better time to take … More The UK’s Best Ice Cream Parlours