Coworth Park is a luxury country estate in Ascot, the Dorchester’s country pad. We take the sprog there to spend the weekend, read on to see what we got up to!
One moment you’re spending a lazy day indoors, the next you’re out exploring bits of the county you’ve not seen and those are the best days, when you discover something you’ve never known was even there.
The Sculpture Park in Farnham was a random find in a day where we didn’t have much planned and it was a pleasant surprise..
Now you can visit this fun little place too, just tweet me and you can win yourself 4 tickets to the Sculpture Park, enough to take the whole family out for the day.
It feels so deliciously naughty to sleep over in a luxury hotel in your home town and after a day and night of partying it up for my sister’s hen do, we choose to lay our heads down at the Mondrian hotel, Southbank.
Do you have a ‘list’? That seemingly never ending list of all those amazing places to eat out in London – those pop-ups and new openings and more trends that you shake a finger at.
But what about those of the old school? Those steady places that will always be there, quietly rocking away and blowing your socks off while nobody is watching. Those are the ones you really ought to be watching and Pied a Terre is pretty high on that list.
What’s better than coming home to a home-cooked, delicious Indian meal? That’s an easy answer, when someone makes it for you and then cleans up afterwards! That someone is Heena’s Kitchen Curry and she knows what she’s doing on the home cooking front!
What’s better than going to brunch on a weekend? It’s going to brunch on a weekend with unlimited fizz? And what is better than that? When the brunch and fizz also comes with a side order of dessert!
An unassuming little suburb of London hides a thriving Korean community and serves up some of the best authentic food you’re likely to get in Europe! We try out some Korean BBQ when driving through New Malden one day..
London is a busy hectic sort of place, but in my world, there is always time to find yourself somewhere to indulge in the best English tradition of a cup of tea and a bit of cake in an afternoon. This time, I tried Lang at Shangri-La at the Shard and just one look at those cakes will convince you to stop by yourself.