Dodging the rain in Tetbury & Cirencester

After our stay at the Ragged Cot in Minchampton, we decided to take a wander around Tetbury. Tetbury is a market town famous for being the home of HRH The Prince of Wales and the… View Post

Trying out Bravas Tapas Banbury

We were very excited to find out that a new tapas bar had opened in Banbury and it gave us the excellent excuse to re-live our recent holiday in the Med. Bravas Tapas Banbury also… View Post

At the first ever CountryFile Live

This time last weekend we were climbing up the Joules Camera Tower at Countryfile Live to survey the full extent of the country show. The view from the top allowed us to survey the 13… View Post

RHS Partner Garden at Ragley Hall

Earlier this July, Tom and I took a trip to Ragley Hall, near Stratford upon Avon and the Hall’s park and gardens are free to RHS members. Ragley is the family home of the 9th… View Post

A night at Qbic London

Just like Time Out and The Telegraph promised the Qbic London Hotel, in Whitechapel, promises a different kind of budget hotel – ‘the kind that rips up the rule book’. It’s also only an hour… View Post

Photowalking Primrose Hill, London

I’ll confess that my post about Blogtacular’s Photowalk North is a little a late, but it’s taken me this long to really crystallise everything that I’ve learnt from the weekend’s creative walks and talks. I’ll… View Post

Farm to fork with The Pointer, Brill

This weekend, are you looking for a welcoming pub that’s got proper Cotswold’s’ creds? Then you need to head to The Pointer. Tom and I joined a whole host of other bloggers at their recent… View Post

Moissac Abbey’s wondrous cloisters

Not far from Lauzerte is Moissac in the Garonne valley, France. I do think my Rough Guide is a little unkind when it says ‘there is little historical interest left in the modern town’. In… View Post