A creative at heart, I’m always eager to try something new. Whether it’s a new skill, hobby or simply learning how on earth to use manual focus on my camera – as long as I can fit it in with my busy lifestyle, I’m keen to try it. As soon as I heard that The Willow Tree in Cheltenham put on a variety of workshops in store, I couldn’t wait to give it a go.
Many of us sweat the small stuff on a daily basis, forgetting the more important things in life that should concern us. Well, I’ve decided enough is enough – and I’m asking you to join me.
Well well well, look who’s back with her blogging mojo! If you’ve not read my previous post then that will probably make zero sense so I’ll leave a link here for you to have a read. Going back to basics, I’m sitting down with a cuppa and sharing my list of 5 things to do in Cheltenham – because I feel like it’s about time I shared what makes this Spa town so darn special.
It’s not every day that Ladbrokes invite you and several other bloggers along to Ladies Day at the Cheltenham Festival, and I was particularly excited as it was on my home turf!
If you’re looking for somewhere to visit this weekend, make Meggie’s in Stow-On-The-Wold your first port of call.
Christmas in the Cotswolds is a magical place. With so many attractions to choose from, there really isn’t any excuse for not doing something festive with your loved ones.
Sudeley Castle is an enchanting visit for families and friends, so I suggested its Spectacle of Light show to three of my best friends for a fun get together.
Location: Tetbury, Cotswolds
Autumn, my favourite time of year. ‘Tis the season for cosy nights in and copious amounts of hot chocolate consumption, totally guilt-free of course.
Westonbirt Arboretum in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, is the most stunning spot for a Sunday stroll. Any day of the week in fact, but particularly in autumn.
I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again – living in the Cotswolds is pretty awesome. With so many dreamy attractions to visit, weekends around here are never boring.
Yesterday I ventured out into the countryside and there was only one place on my mind…
Continuing on from my last Cotswolds post here, myself and Nia and enjoyed a much needed rest in our suite before dinner.
Canapés and prosecco were from 6.45pm in the bar, where we indulged in more delicious bite size delights.
Arriving home from a wonderful week away on the Amalfi Coast would usually leave me left with the holiday blues. Luckily, I had a weekend planned at the beautiful Lords of the Manor hotel in the Cotswolds up my sleeve to cushion the blow…