A masterclass in rest, relaxation, spa, sun & decadence from the girls & I at Pennyhill Park and Spa, Surrey.
What is British food exactly? It doesn’t have the best reputation overseas, being mainly reminiscent of stodge and a healthy lack of imagination.
It’s also easily overlooked by some of the sexier new cuisines and all things fusion, but sometimes you need to not follow the herd and settle into some great British classics
For Instagrammable perfection full of eye-popping colour, there really isn’t anywhere better than the Ned. Black and white chequered floors, towering jade green verdite columns, ivory white marble, gleaming brown woods and that’s before we’ve even encountered the food.
Rainbow hued Poke bowls at Kaia are the star of the show and like everything at the Ned, just crying out for an Insta.
The Shard – shiny, pointy, futuristic and dominating London’s skyline for as far as the eye can see.
Shangri-La hotels – luxury, charming and all with a wow factor of their own.
This is a tale of when Shangri-La hotel met the Shard and laid on afternoon tea (With cake!) in the sky…
At this time of year, there’s a 25-acre corner of Surrey that’s devoted to the purply blue fragrant haze of lavender. It’s the perfect season to walk through fields of scent and wash it all down with a fragrant tea afterwards.
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.