My knowledge of Yorkshire went from nothing to ‘a little’ this weekend, having spent two days in Northallerton, a small town two and a half hours from London, famous for Betty’s tea house, proximity to the Yorkshire moors, and horse riding. My boyfriend and I were there for his friend’s wedding and stayed in a charming B&B called Woodlands Farm. Continue reading
A Nets Catch – Aberdovey, Wales
Can you book? No
Price paid per person: £5
‘Where is Aberdovey’ I hear you ask? Well, as I learnt this festive season it is a fishing village at the bottom tip of Snowdonia, Wales. It is tremendously cold and rainy, but very picturesque and the starting point of several mountain hikes, at the top of which one can observe the superb scenery.
After today’s hike we were much in need of some warming up so took ourselves to A Nets Catch, the village’s finest vendor of fish and chips, named after Annette, the lady who runs it along with her husband. Continue reading
The Red Lion – East Chisenbury, Wiltshire
To get to The Red Lion, there will be some light travel involved (unless you happen to live in the picturesque village of East Chisenbury). But it only takes around two hours in the car, and let me tell you, the journey is well worth it. Continue reading