There’s something about waking up on a Sunday morning that I’ve grown to love over the past few years – the smell of brunch and a fresh cup of coffee with a cookery show on the telly, and usually a day of adventure ahead.
A few Sundays ago, I found myself in a slightly different routine to usual…
Arriving home from a wonderful week away on the Amalfi Coast would usually leave me left with the holiday blues. Luckily, I had a weekend planned at a beautiful hotel in the Cotswolds up my sleeve to cushion the blow…
Whenever I visit London I spend most of my time running around the city, usually shopping is involved, and I always regret ending up feeling exhausted and out of pocket by the end of the day. Last week I landed back in the capital with one of my best pals to escape the countryside for a day, and for once there was just one plan – a quiet afternoon up in a place away from the hustle and bustle – the stunning Sky Garden.
Up until Monday evening I had never celebrated Burns Night before. Clearly I had no idea it basically consists of sipping on whiskey and devouring delicious food all night, and after the four course treat with Compass Box Whiskey at The Ox I may now have to make this supper a yearly tradition.
When an icon arrives in town as fabulous as this one it is absolutely necessary to celebrate such a special occasion. Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon has arrived in Cheltenham and it is not to be missed.
Situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham boasts a famous racecourse, a variety of festivals all year round, the Ladies College and one iconic figure. Please allow me to introduce the new and improved Grande Dame, the Queens Hotel.