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Dance on the ceiling 💃🏻🕺🏻 at Brighton’s brightly coloured upside house! 🌈 Nestled between the i360 and the Bandstand, this robin egg blue 💙 house is the fourth brainchild of Tom Dirse, who has also created other upside down houses which can be found in Bournemouth, Lakeside and Adventure Wonderland in Dorset. The topsy-turvy home is fun for all ages, encouraging visitors to take photos 📸 of themselves seemingly walking upside down, admire the...
Did you know that Ashton Memorial is sometimes referred to as “the Taj Mahal of the North?” 🤔 Built between 1907 and 1909, the memorial was commissioned by Lord Ashton in memory of his second wife Jessy 💍 and at an epic 150 feet tall, it dominates the Lancaster skyline. A Grade I listed building, the first floor outdoor viewing gallery provides an epic view of the surrounding countryside 🌳, including Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland fells and...
Calling all lavender lovers! 💜 Hitchin Lavender is the spot for you. Just outside of London, the field is home to over 25 miles of lavender rows for you to enjoy. 😍 With entry only costing £6, visitors can cut their own stems of lavender and take them home as a sensory souvenir. There is also a lovely lavender café, where you can sample lavender products including lavender lemonade 🍋 and lavender earl grey cake 🍰 Immerse yourself in this...
How cute is this little cottage in Cadgwith? 😍 A quaint village and fishing port found in Cornwall, Cadgwith has all the elements of a traditional English fishing village. Decorated by a small fleet of colourful fishing boats 🐟⛵️ and thatched cottages, the village is also home to a number of tasty restaurants and a vibrant live music venue. 🎼 Wander down the winding streets, admire the epic coastline and tuck into some local food. 🍴 📸 : ...
Famous for its sailing history ⛵️, the idyllic town of Lymington is nestled between Southampton and Bournemouth on the south coast 🌊. With the town populated by gorgeous Georgian and Victorian architecture, this colourful coastal town is a perfect seaside getaway👌. With a thriving fishing community, it’s always worth popping down to the seafront to watch the ships come in, breathe in the fresh coastal air and even see if you can buy some...
Up, up and away! 🎈The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta has returned, 🙌 hosting Europe’s largest meeting of hot air balloons. You can catch this stunning spectacle over the next four days at Ashton Court Estate. This free event hosts over 130 epic Hot Air Balloons from across the globe, filling the Bristolian skyline with vibrant colours 🌈 and designs. As well as the epic display in the sky, there are number of great trade stands,...
Lovely Lincoln 😍. A must of any trip around the Midlands, the city is full of major landmarks including Lincoln Cathedral, ⛪️which was the tallest building in the world for over 200 years, as well as Lincoln Castle, an 11th-century Norman castle. When visiting the city, make sure you explore Steep Hill, one of the steepest and most picturesque in England. Built by the Romans to connect the different growing parts of Lincoln, the street is...
Holy smokes! 🔥 What a snap. Established in 1872 by William Fortune, Fortune Kippers is Whitby’s only Traditional Smokehouse. Smoking kippers 🐟 for over 139 years, the smokehouse is nestled beneath the ancient cliffs and can be found towards the end of a narrow cobbled street known as Henrietta Street, beyond the famous 199 Steps. 🥾The Smokehouse has been in the Fortune family all its life, and is today run by the fifth generation of Fortunes....
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