We are overwhelmed by the crazy amount of photos we are tagged in by all you lovely Instagrammers and we’d like to thank each and every one of you for sharing your English adventures with us; our FOMO levels have reached new heights!
It’s never an easy job but we’ve managed to pick out 23 photos that we feel perfectly sum up England just in time for St George’s Day – see where we got the 23 from. ;) Drum roll please…
This 15th-century house in Exeter was moved uphill to a new home on West St using massive iron rails.
Home to the world’s oldest maze, the glorious gardens of Hampton Court run all the way to the River Thames.
Notting Hill is probably one of the best places for those who #havethisthingwithdoors.
Bamburgh Castle is one of the country’s largest inhabited castles. It has been occupied since prehistoric times and has witnessed bloody battles and royal rebellion over the centuries.
This is Fig and Sparrow in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, a cute café-cum-shop selling trendy homewares and speciality coffee.
The Gherkin sits along side St Andrew Undershaft, a 15th-century church that survived the Great Fire of London and the Blitz.
This ancient alehouse was frequented by workmen building Norwich Cathedral, located just around the corner.
This craft beer bar in Whitstable also has an extensive selection of gins, as you can probably tell.
Joining Bristol with North Somerset, this Brunel masterpiece took 33 years to complete.
Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire ticks all the chocolate boxes with its Tudor-style pubs and tea shops.
Perched precariously on the cliffs of the North Cornwall coast, the magical Tintagel Castle is said to be the birthplace of King Arthur.
If you think The Old Thatched Teashop in the Isle of Wight is cute now, wait until you its see fairy garden.
We love this shot of Embleton Bay, just a stone's throw away from the dramatic ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle in Northumberland.
Located 30 miles from Land's End, the sub-tropical Isles of Scilly flourish with succulents, palm trees and all kinds of wildlife including dolphins and seals.
Bring your dog along for a game of boules (there's a lawn in the garden) at The Railway Inn in Framlingham, Suffolk.
Order the Sirloin of Local Hadrian’s Heritage Beef at The Blackbird, an elegant Tudor pub in Ponteland near Newcastle upon Tyne.
Ice cream served with a cloud of candyfloss or in a peanut butter freakshake, count us in! Have you been to the Soft Serve Society in Shoreditch yet?
Made accidentally in the 19th century, the recipe for Derbyshire's famous pudding has been safely guarded ever since. See what the fuss is about at the Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop.
For coffee and cake in lavish surroundings, minus a hefty bill, try the V&A's cafe.
Part of a World Heritage Site, along with Durham Cathedral, take a student-led tour of Durham Castle which was commissioned by William the Conqueror in 1072 to defend the peninsula.
Have you ever seen the Imp of Lincoln Cathedral? Legend has it that it's actually a young demon turned to stone by an angel.
Did you know the elizabethian Wollaton Hall in Nottinghamshire starred in The Dark Knight Trilogy as ‘Wayne Manor'.
This is High Cup Nick in the North Pennines, the second largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England.
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