Welcome to Harvest Moon Holidays, a unique glamping experience on the East coast of Scotland, boasting treehouse and safari tent accommodation. Based in Lochhouses Farm, an arable farm with rolling fields of barley and wheat, Harvest Moon Holidays is home to a magnificent private beach, woodland, lochs and wetland…
We all know I’m a huge fan of staycations and discovering more of what’s on your doorstep. But I’ve never gone on holiday in my own county before. I mean, what’s the point in paying for accommodation when you’ve already got your own bed for free at…
It’s no secret that I am a complete sucker for unique and wacky accommodation. For me, where you lay your head for the night is such an integral part of travelling. Whenever I travel, I always make it a priority to stay somewhere that is an experience in…
Last weekend I went on a little adventure to Cornwall, one of my favourite counties in England, for a seaside break in Fowey. It was exactly what the doctor ordered: fresh sea air, stunning views and hearty British food. What more could you ask for?!
Belfast is Dublin’s edgier, less touristy and more political older brother. The city just oozes ‘cool’. It is much more built up and less in-your-face Irish (despite what the photo above may lead you to believe). The city is littered with quirky restaurants, independent cafes and politically charged murals.
My favourite place in England is, without a doubt, The Minack Theatre, a unique open-air theatre perched on the cliffs above the sea. If you want to travel abroad but can’t afford the flights, The Minack Theatre in Cornwall is the closest thing you can get to being abroad in England.
Anyone who knows even one thing about me will know I am obsessed with Game of Thrones. Last weekend Gaz and I visited Belfast and our main reason for visiting the city was to go on a Game of Thrones tour. Yes, we are that nerdy. And yes, we fell victim to the tourist trap. But […]
Dare I say it too early, but *cue Sean Bean’s voice* “winter is coming”. And with winter (if you live in the northern hemisphere) comes Christmas! Whilst there are plenty of places to celebrate Christmas around Europe (seriously, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to Christmas markets), there’s certainly no place like home. However, […]
Those who are familiar with Devon may be staring at their screen with a blank face wondering why on earth I have just compared Salcombe to the beautiful Greek island of Santorini. But hear me out, guys – I’ll explain why soon enough! In May I drove Little Red (obviously my car has a nickname) down to Devon and […]