Country, England

Travel Diary: A Walk To Bronte Bridge

Nestled in the Pennines of West Yorkshire is a charming village, soaked in literary importance. Haworth is currently home to around 6000 people, but its most notable residents were Mr Brontë and his four children, Charlotte, author of Jane Eyre, Emily, author of Wuthering Heights, Anne, author of Agnes Grey, and the lesser well known,… Continue reading Travel Diary: A Walk To Bronte Bridge

City, England

Travel Diary: Visiting Canterbury

Canterbury is a city recognised in history as a site of pilgrimage. In Medieval England, people would travel to visit the shrine of the murdered Archbishop Thomas Becket, which was immortalised in Chaucer's epic poem, The Canterbury Tales. We only had a spring afternoon to make our pilgrimage, but we tried to pack in as… Continue reading Travel Diary: Visiting Canterbury

Country, England

Yorkshire Dales Itinerary: Grassington

We reached Grassington feeling exhausted and checked into our final hotel: Grassington House. It's a stunning three storey Georgian building which boasts a restaurant, bar, and event services. We were taken to a room on the third floor, overlooking the town square. It was quite small, and the bathroom was essentially a cupboard, but it… Continue reading Yorkshire Dales Itinerary: Grassington

Country, England

Yorkshire Dales Itinerary: Nidderdale

Now, Nidderdale was not originally going to be on the itinerary, but due to my poor organisational skills, and the August Bank Holiday Weekend, one of the only hotels still with vacancies was Talbot House in Pateley Bridge. Before making our way to the town, I just had to see another of the castles in… Continue reading Yorkshire Dales Itinerary: Nidderdale