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Blooming May at Ramster Gardens, Surrey

Ramster Gardens is over 25 acres of pure peacefulness and bright colours. Nestled in the Surrey Hills, the main entrance is hidden and awaiting discovery. Driving through the gates you are immediately faced with blooms of pinks and oranges, but it really doesn’t compare to what’s ahead in the main gardens. It’s the ideal place to wander in and catch up with friends/family over a quintessentially British…

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A very snowy visit to The Royal Crescent, Bath

It feels weird writing this rather cold and snowy post whilst summer is finally making an appearance here in Kent, but I can’t help but fall in love with the magical scene of The Royal Crescent in the snow just a little more each time I look at these photos. Taking a stroll through the streets of Bath in the snow and reveling in its…

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48 Hour Stay in Bath, Somerset

Ahhh Bath! Nestled in amongst the hills of Southwest England, the city of Bath is a Unesco World Heritage site and it becomes clear why as soon as you arrive. It is somewhere I have always wanted to explore; the architecture, cobbled streets and history has always drawn me to it. So, when my boyfriend surprised me with a roadtrip to Bath for my birthday…

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Wandering through Rye, East Sussex

Walking through Rye is like walking through an English TV drama set come to life. It’s like someone has hit pause on this quaint coastal town. The cobbled lanes like Mermaid Street, are lined with Georgian and medieval timbered houses, and National Trust’s The Lamb House which was once home to novelist Henry James. Rye is such a charming place to visit, home to cute cafes,…

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