We're spilling the beans on the coolest places to visit in England and sharing expert advice from those in the know. Stick with us as we get under the cobbled streets, rolling fields and beaches that make up this fine country, showcasing the country's hidden gems and reminding you about the famous sites and experiences that are on your doorstep.

Burning the Clocks, Brighton

Use it or lose it: 10 last-minute ways to use up your annual leave

by Melissa Brobby

December 14 2016 in Things to do

As the year comes to an end, many people will be trying to use up all their annual leave. In a bid to make those days count, Danielle Jones has scoured the country to find ten brilliant ways to spend those precious paid days off. 

Thorpe Forest, Norfolk

Five ways to have your own dose of hygge in England

by Melissa Brobby

November 23 2016 in Things to do

What exactly is Hygge? Translated into English as ‘cosiness’, hygge (pronounced ‘hoo-gah said quickly) is an ancient Danish concept of warm feelings and cosy contentment, whether it’s snuggling up by the fire or indulging in a hearty meal. You can…

Six unique places for Christmas shopping

by Melissa Brobby

November 18 2016 in Weekend ideas

Tis the season and that means one thing is on everybody’s minds... Christmas shopping! However it doesn’t need to be a scrum down at the local high street, you can explore England and some of its magical towns and cities whilst you prepare for the holiday…

Hundred House Hotel, Shropshire

Delightfully dirty weekends away: part two

by Melissa Brobby

November 15 2016 in Romantic Ideas

Melissa Brobby suggests three romantic breaks in England’s sauciest spots.

Guinevere, Shamley Green, Surrey

10 cosy cottages for a winter break

by Melissa Brobby

November 15 2016 in Weekend ideas

Unique Home Stays round up some of the cosiest homestays tucked away in absurdly beautiful locations across the country. Think crackling fires, squishy sofas and cupboards chock-full of goodies including well-thumbed reads and old fashioned board games. These…

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