I grew up in Sussex just along the coast from Brighton or the City of Brighton and Hove as it’s now known. It’s a diverse and fun city and it keeps calling me back. Let me introduce you to the British seaside town that really rocks.
Review: Barrie Kosky ditched the cliche’s in his production of Carmen at the Royal Opera House in London. Superbly contemporary and totally captivating…
The winter solstice on 21st December is the date that Brighton lights up the shortest, darkest day of the year with its unique ‘Burning of the Clocks’ winter solstice festival.
Review. A stay in the Wood Norton, luxury Cotswold hotel with a combination of country house living and modern luxury. The perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds.
There’s loads to keep you busy in Ilfracombe – from boat trips and harbours to contemporary art, curious coastal charm and stunning coastal walks. Check out my top things to do in this North Devon town.
Last month I went to North Devon for a family holiday. Our base for the week was Horizons, a Marsdens Cottages property, in Ilfracombe, North Devon. Read my review of this modern, seaside themed apartment overlooking the town’s pretty harbour.
Rye, in East Sussex, is one of those pretty little market towns that time seems to have passed by. Read on to find out what to see and do and where to eat and stay on a chilled weekend break.
Jack in the Green, Hastings is a festival of fun, frolics and foliage, celebrating the coming of summer. The Green Man festival takes place in Hastings Old Town over the first weekend in May and culminates in a bizarre procession through the town on Bank Holiday Monday.
A weekend in Suffolk exploring Southwold Pier and a night at the hip Salthouse Harbour Hotel in Ipswich.