5 Natural Beauty Hotspots To Visit While In The UK

There are many reasons to go travelling around the UK. For those who live here, it’s often cheaper to holiday at home and it’s a great way to benefit the local economy. Furthermore, of relevance…

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Coastal Dining in North East Wales

Earlier this year, you may remember reading about my experience of judging in the north east Wales Year of the Sea Food Challenge,  set up by North East Wales Tourism to promote the range of…

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A Taste of Wales at Hilton Hotel Cardiff & Grey Restaurant

Multi-national hotel chains and locally sourced food and drink produce don’t usually go hand-in-hand, but at the Hilton Hotel Cardiff, you can enjoy a taste of authentic Welsh cuisine without so much as stepping foot…

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Stay at the Gateway to the Elan Valley at Ty Morgan’s, Rhayader

Characterised by rolling green hills, rugged terrain and a 73-mile long aqueduct featuring a series of Victorian dams, reservoirs and bridges, the Elan Valley is an awe-inspiringly beautiful part of Wales. I was lucky enough to…

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Wining and Dining in South-West Wales

It’s no secret that I love to travel for food, but recently I was reminded of just how much amazing food and drink is sitting right on my doorstep, when I embarked on a food-focused…

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Mercure Grand Bristol Spa Hotel Review

It’s not often you come across an upmarket hotel that takes its interior design inspiration from local street artists. Despite being based within a grade-II listed Victorian building, the Mercure Grand Bristol Spa Hotel on…

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Bluestone Wales – the 5* National Park Resort

Nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire National Park in south west Wales, Bluestone is Wales’ 5* National Park Resort, surrounded by lush green landscapes, beautiful beaches and fascinating rural wildlife. Its countryside setting makes it the…

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The best things to do in Wrexham, North East Wales

In between stuffing my face while judging for the North East Wales Year of the Sea Food Challenge recently, I also found time to explore some of the most popular things to do in Wrexham. The…

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The best British foods: discover the unique cuisine of the UK

Despite being written off by food critics as inferior to the cuisines of the continent for many years, British foods is starting to enjoy its day in the sun. While not as dainty as French…

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A festive stay with afternoon tea at The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

When you’re greeted by a gigantic Christmas tree, a bough of mistletoe, a pianist and a saxophonist playing Christmas classics when you walk into a hotel foyer, you know you’re in for a festive stay.…

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