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Visiting All The English Counties 11/48 - Great Tew, Oxfordshire

England Travel Inspiration - Looking for a hidden gem in The Cotswolds then a visit to Great Tew in Oxfordshire is just what you're after. Close to the beautiful town of Chipping Norton and the Bicester Shopping Village, the honey thatched cottages will make you have kittens as they're perfect. Don't miss out on this Cotswolds travel gem! Click the link to read my Oxfordshire Travel Tips!

Polperro, Cornwall. One of the best dinners at 'The Kitchen' on a horrid, stormy evening but the fabulous sea food & my hand made Martini made up for it!

This series of Insect Hotel structures was built for Barton Hill Walled Garden Project and is intended to resemble a city skyline. Its attached to a wall in a shady area at the bottom of the garden.


Noël dans le Yorkshire

Image detail for -... christmas decorating in this renovated 19th century cottage in north

Cotswolds, England. Our tips for 25 fun things to do in England:

These small fairy towers are just right for your fairies. The towers are small enough, therefore, they can fit in anywhere. This are brilliant if you don't have a lot of room in your garden but are...

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Country village kitchen

one of my favorite kitchen pics ever- I really should get an old iron scale for fruit...via Country Homes & Interiors

Beatrix Potter bought Hill Top in 1905, having fallen in love with the Lake District and the surrounding area. Over the next few years she spent as much time as possible at Hill Top, gaining inspiration for her stories from the farmhouse and the local villages.

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Room at the Inn? Top 10 British pub bed and breakfasts

The Ebrington Arms in Gloucestershire. Nobody knows exactly when The Ebrington Arms was built but most guesses are around 1640. The building was thought to originally be a a large dwelling or farmhouse but the building has spent most of its life as a public house. Whatever its origins it’s definitely always been the hub of village life, set in stunning countryside by the village green of Erbington.