The Pig Hotel is the perfect country retreat, hidden away in the New Forest in the village of Brockenhurst. There are 29 elegant bedrooms in this very chic country house along with a ‘potting shed’ and ‘shepherds hut’, which have been turned into treatment rooms. The shabby chic decor gives that perfect country feel and the
San Francisco is one of my favourite American cities, in my blog for American Sky I explore all the exciting things to do in this fantastic area…A Beginner’s Guide To San Francisco.
I love spending time with my husband Matt down on the South West coast of England in our campervan. We quite often go to North Devon and stay in campsites around Croyde and Woolacombe, our favourite being Incledon Farm campsite. It’s a working farm with chickens roaming freely and the farm cat prowling around. With
I love getting glimpses of the places I visit on the road, you get to see areas that you might not normally visit especially somewhere like the Caribbean. A bus journey in Antigua gave me a new perspective of the island. I love spotting the different coloured houses and stalls on the streets. Seeing people sitting
I just had to share with you this gorgeous aerial shot of Isla Mujeres I took flying into Cancun. Having recently visited this lovely little place I was so excited to see it from the air. At just over 4 miles long and 650 metres wide it is really easy to explore and you can
Cancun as a holiday destination has the best of both worlds, partying and ultimate relaxation. I recently spent three nights there and only sampled a small slice of what it has to offer. Lets start with the nightlife, even if you are not into partying the night away you have to experience it just once
Having recently visited Bermuda, Tropical Sky asked me to write a piece for them on this beautiful holiday spot. Check out the full article here: A Beginners Guide To Bermuda.
I recently spent a few nights on Malé, the capital of the Maldives. The views as you near the airport are simply breath taking, tiny islands with luminous white sands dotted as far as the eye can see. Even though I have been there a few times now, the novelty of jumping on a
The single track roads down to Coombe Farm in Tiverton are I think the smallest I have ever experienced, especially in our camper van, and it’s not that big! You get the feeling you are in the middle of nowhere, which is great but I did begin to doubt that our sat nav was taking