Lincoln has a great number of options for food and drinks to suit all tastes. In the old town area then cute coffee shops and brunch options are numerous, as are traditional pubs with a few unique wine bars in between. The list below is a few top recommendations to suit whatever mood you're in, … Continue reading Where to eat in Lincoln |Top eats & drinks
When you mention The Bronze Pig in Lincoln to others then their eyes light up. Either people are excited about their visit, or indeed have visited already for a birthday or an anniversary. The restaurant is intimate, with only 12 tables, and only one sitting, meaning that you have the table to yourself for the … Continue reading The Bronze Pig | Fine Dining in Lincoln
In the past few years, Lincoln has grown from a sleepy midlands town to a thriving place with a popular university that also manages to maintain it's historical charm...and boy does it have a lot of history! To familiarise yourself with the historic centre, try a walking tour with @hiddenlincoln My guide Ivan met me … Continue reading 48 hours in Lincoln | What to do on a weekend break?
The city of Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire became the centre of ceramic production during the 17th century. Due to the availability of clay and other required materials, large numbers of potteries opened up in the area and started producing high quality ceramic wear that was exported all over the world. There are a number of potteries … Continue reading Stoke on Trent & The Potteries |Where to visit
When I was younger and holidaying with my parents we would travel by ferry all the time, as we would take long camping & motorhome trips in France and Spain, and the ferry provided a convenient way to get further South without requiring as much driving. There were a couple of routes that I was … Continue reading Portsmouth – Bilbao on the Cap Finistère with Brittany Ferries
I recently spent a weekend in Derby as I've been trying to explore more new places within the UK, and I found it friendly, fun and historic, with so much to offer for all ages. I had an action packed few days including a lot of delicious food, historic buildings, shopping & beautiful landscapes. Here … Continue reading What to do in Derby?
When I decided to visit Derby for a short break then The Coach House B&B immediately jumped out at me as the place I wanted to stay. With only a few rooms it's in high demand of course but the size makes for a wonderfully personal visit. I had the pleasure of staying in the room … Continue reading The Coach House B&B – Derby