I remember being a child and thinking that if we ever went on holiday in the UK (because we live in the UK) then it wasn’t a proper holiday. However, now I have gotten older; we have breathtaking places to explore and have adventures. Whether you’re holidaying abroad or on your home turf, go and enjoy.
Now, this little place is a bit of a cosy special that’s featured on Airbnb. It’s a gorgeous wooden cabin set in the owners beautiful garden with stunning views across Bourne Wood. The owners home is directly adjacent, however, the way the cabin is positioned you don’t feel at all overlooked or imposing on each… Read More The Little Wooden Cabin, Farnham
The boys have been learning about the War at school, so what better reason to stay in a Corrugated Cottage just outside Glastonbury in a beautiful place called Baltonsborough. The corrugated cottage was built in the spring of 1940 around the beginning of the Second World War when Britain felt under imminent threat of invasion.… Read More The Corrugated Cottage, Baltonsborough
Huddled near Bude in Cornwall is a lovely little place called Marhamchurch. It’s a quaint village with a local pub, The Buller Arm Hotel, serving homemade food with an abundance of happy local vibes. We had a thoroughly enjoyable lunch, chatting with the locals and owners. So much so that we returned for an evening meal… Read More Kents of Cornwall, Marhamchurch
The first thing to note is as utterly stunning as this place is, due to the nature of the holiday, it’s not suitable for young children. Even the owners recommend no children under the age of two. We left Austyn at home with Nanny for this one. This place is just something else, both for you… Read More The Engine House, Shropshire