January 5, 2016 + UK, West Country
In the South West England, there is a town that is too pretty for words. It was founded in the 1st century AD by the Romans as a thermal spa (Aquae Sulis) and thus renamed Bath.
October 7, 2009 + UK, West Country
Set deep beyond the edge of the forest, past the rolling lawns is Longleat House, one Britain’s most beautiful and stately homes and among the best examples of High Elizabethan architecture. The first private residence to open its enormous doors to the public, Longleat is located near the towns of Warminster in Wiltshire and Frome in Somerset. Built by Sir John Thynne, mainly… Read More
August 3, 2009 + UK, West Country
Just hearing the name- Glastonbury- brings images to mind: Arthurian England, magical druids, hordes of young people covered in mud listening to music. In life, Glastonbury Tor truly is a magical place.
July 31, 2009 + UK, West Country
In the über picturesque village of Lacock, in a tiny Tudor building (1167 – 1216), behind a garden of poppies and wild flowers, sits the lovely King John’s Hunting Lodge Tea House.