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Did you know that Saltburn Cliff Tramway is the oldest operating water-balance cliff lift in the United Kingdom 😲 ? Constructed in 1884, the Tramway was built to encourage Victorian travellers to visit Saltburn Pier, which sits at the top of a rather steep hill. Running up an epic cliff side, the tramway provides access to the blissful seafront 🌊 from the town. With its unrivalled views, it’s worth a ride – its 150,000 annual users certainly...
Serving pints since 1770 🍻, The Cricketers is one of the oldest pubs in Richmond. Situated right on The Green, it’s a small traditional pub that serves traditional English food 🍴, real ales and hosts an epic weekly pub quiz. An ideal spot for a sunny day or to catch a cricket match 🏏, the pub welcomes locals and visitors alike to enjoy its idyllic setting while sipping on a refreshing pint. After a day of exploring Richmond, catch a sports...
We’re loving this summer feels this pic by @richimal_bristol is giving us 😍. These colourful huts line the beach in Brighton and Hove, adding a pop of colour to an already vibrant city🌈. Locals use these huts to store water sports equipment, host BBQs and as a prime viewing spot to soak in the city’s gorgeous beach front. You can hire these multi-coloured pods for the day if you fancy injecting a bit of colour into your seaside break. Wander...
Did you know that Robin Hood’s Bay was used as a filming locations for the 2017 film “Phantom Thread” and 2008’s “Wild Child” 🎥? A small fishing village located within the North York Moors National Park, Robin Hood’s Bay is often considered as Yorkshire's coastline at its most raw and elemental. A place of unrivalled Yorkshire beauty👌, it rocks for any geology fans as it’s one of the best spots in the UK to find fossil! Ride horses along the...
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 👌🏽 📷 : ...
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