By now you must all know I love a good brunch. When I read about Mac and Wild’s brunch menu I had to try this Scottish inspired brunch for myself. It’s somewhere I had been meaning to try for a while but not got round to it. So Saturday morning Tom and I got up early and wondered over to the west end. We’d both had a few drinks after work on Friday so we were so looking forward to a good brunch. Let’s talk about the interior first – it’s quite a small little place but by no means… View Post
As so many of you have commented and love the Lavender field photos in my previous post, I thought I’d do a little photo diary post of our trip to the Snowshill Lavender Field. I took so many pictures as it was beautiful but it goes without saying, these photos don’t even do it justice. Hope you enjoyed, if anyone knows of any other lavender fields in the UK let me know.
Someone asked me the other day ‘what do you do in the Cotswolds?’ Well having been a couple of times now and having just got back from another stay, I had a few things to recommend and thought I’d share them with you all. 1) Go for a walk This is a pretty obvious one but with over 3000 miles of public footpaths, it’s definitely something to consider. Particularly if you are lucky enough to go on a nice sunny day. 2) Visit Snowshill Lavender Fields I absolutely love a lavender field, the smell, the views, just everything about them.… View Post
Sorry for being a little quiet recently, there has been a lot on. If anyone didn’t know – my dad got married last week. Which was amazing and we had some great family time together. After the wedding, Tom and I decided to get away and have a mini break. With nearly a year since our last relaxing holiday, we decided to return to the Cotswolds. After a little research we came across The Lygon Arms Inn on Lastminute.com and decided to go there. I’ve already got a post about the Cotswolds as we visited Bourton-on-the-water last year. As lovely… View Post
Last Saturday we decided to do something impromptu and go on a road trip. We ended up in the charming little seaside town of Whitstable. Known for its fresh and tasty shellfish, Whitstable has an array of restaurants that line the beaches. We parked up just outside of the main town high street and made our way through the charming streets to Tankerton Beach. The high street was full of amazing antique stores so it took a little longer than we originally thought to reach the sea front. It wouldn’t be a trip to the seaside without a relax on… View Post