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Rain, rain, go away. 💧 Founded in the 7th century, Bath Abbey is a Grade I listed building due to its magnificent stained-glass windows, 👌🏽columns of honey-gold stone and some of the finest fan vaulting in the world, creating a unique light and space experience. Visitors are welcome to enjoy a tour of the church ⛪️ and join one of the many services that take place through the week. Wander around this magical ✨ building, soak up the history and...
We’re blown away by this snap of Chesterton Windmill. 💨The17th-century cylindrical stone tower windmill is located just outside the village of Chesterton in Warwickshire. A Grade I listed building, it was built around 1632-1633 out of hard local limestone, with sandstone detailing 👌🏽The mill tower stands at an impressive 36 feet (11m) tall and acts as the perfect accent set against the rolling hills of Chesterton. Wandering around this...
A bustling public house 🍻, The Old Bank of England sits comfortably in the spot where the City of London meets the City of Westminster. Constructed on a corner site in 1886 by Sir Arthur Blomfield, it is now a Grade II 👌🏽 listed building, decorated with three large chandeliers and a detailed plaster ceiling. Now an iconic London pub, the Bank of England once occupied the building from 1888 to 1975 before it was refurbished and put to its...
We love this snap by @kellyprincewright 😍 One of the oldest shopping 👜 streets in Europe, many of the beautiful buildings date back to the late fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Wander down the winding streets and you’ll discover boutiques, cafes and even a magic stores! No trip to York is complete without a visit to this iconic shopping area so grab a coffee, have a browse and pick up a little gift to remember your trip 👌🏽 📷 : ...
It’s time for tea ☕ Found in the popular Peak District town of Bakewell, this charming ☺courtyard setting is the perfect spot for a piping hot pot of tea. Filled with period décor, visitors and locals alike are welcome to sample the delightful range of teas and treats 🍴this timeless tea room has to offer. A visit to this atmospheric tea rooms is a special treat, so grab a pot and tuck into some teatime trimmings. 📸 : @yorkshire_pudding...
Did you know that Warwick Castle is almost 1,000 years old? 😯 Constructed during the 10th century, the castle has played a major role in many legendarily English battles including the famous War of the Roses of 1455. Popular amongst royals 👑, Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria both made visits to this epic landmark. During your visit make sure you watch the bowman shoot arrows, check out the 17th century state rooms and even learn about the...
Built by William the Conqueror, ⚔️ this striking castle dates to the 11th century, with the romantic ruins set against a backdrop of breathtaking views across the Isle of Purbeck. 😍 The epicentre of Corfe, some of the ruined stone was used during the construction of the village, arguably one of the most beautiful villages in Dorset. Wander around the ruins, soak in the view and discover thousands of years of Corfe Castle's history as both a...
The beauty of York Minster never ceases to amaze 😍. With the first York Minster dating back to the 627, this magical place ✨ of Christian worship is bursting with a rich and fascinating history. One of the largest Cathedrals in northern Europe, the church was tragically damaged in 1069 during William the Conqueror's Harrying of the North, but the first Norman archbishop, Thomas of Bayeux, who arrived in York in 1070, organised repairs to...
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