Rye, in East Sussex, is one of those pretty little market towns that time seems to have passed by. It’s one of the best-preserved medieval towns in England with a muddle of steep cobbled lanes lined with higgledy-piggledy historic houses, and ancient inns. This enchanting Cinque Port town is the perfect place for a chilled weekend break.
A weekend in Suffolk exploring Southwold Pier and a night at the hip Salthouse Harbour Hotel in Ipswich.
From piers and fortresses, great food and coastal walks there are so many things to do in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Read on for my top picks..
Brede High Woods in East Sussex is be one of the best bluebell woods in Sussex. It’s the perfect place for a bluebell walk in spring time.
A tour of London’s iconic neighbourhoods sampling delectable desserts and feasting on fabulous chocolates is the perfect antidote to a wet winter’s afternoon…
Battle, East Sussex is the heart of 1066 Country and this year is extra special as we celebrate the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings.
Sussex is the future of English wine production and with award-winning wines spilling out of the county it won’t be long before you’ll be toasting your celebrations with a glass or two of Sussex Sparkling. I visited Rathfinny, near Alfriston in East Sussex, to find out what all the fizz and fuss is about.
My first visit to the Isle of Man this month showed me that this little island in the Irish Sea is the perfect destination for a UK weekend break – and it’s not just for TT petrol heads.
I’ve always wanted to visit the lavender fields of Provence. But English lavender fields are popping up all over the UK so I paid a visit to a home-grown version. If you haven’t visited then you should – here’s a list of UK lavender farms to help plan your visit.