Rowing on a grey day

Grey days don’t stop outdoor activities in the UK.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014

Rowing boats Lake District

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Burnham Market

Burnham Market, in Norfolk, is the loveliest and most British village you could ever come across.

Norfolk – 2016

Burnham Market Norfolk

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English church

Quintessential British countryside scene.

Norfolk – 2016

Church in Norfolk village

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British windows

The whole of Norfolk looks like it is out of a Farrow & Ball magazine.

Burnham Market (Norfolk) – 2016

British house in Burnham Market

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Glowing valley

It seems like the whole Lake District starts glowing under the Autumn sun.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014


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Wells-next-the-Sea beach walk

The walk from Wells-next-the-Sea to the beach is pretty nice on an Autumn day.

Wells-next-the-Sea (Norfolk) – 2016

Wells-next-the-Sea Norfolk

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Reflections and reflecting

There is something about Autumn, the crisp air and days out spent walking in the countryside help you refresh your thoughts and focus on what you want to achieve before the end of year.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014

Reflections Lake District

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Lake District cottage

Little British cottage hidden behind the Autumn foliage.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014

Cottage Autumn Lake District

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An autumnal day in Bath – UK

That’s it folks, the nights are getting longer, the days are getting colder and the trees are turning redder – autumn is here!

Which means that it is time to book a nice autumnal getaway, and if you are in England, I just know the place!

On a cold autumnal weekend, Andrew and I decided to head to the beautiful Bath for a little bit of exploring. It is a three-hour drive from London so it worth planning to leave a little early if you want to make the most of your Friday evening, and beat the traffic. The train is also a great way to get there as it is only 90 minutes and leave from Paddington Station.

Road to Bath

At the time, I had never been to Bath and I was expecting it to be the ultimate charming and elegant British destination – and it was!

Bath city centre

Bath is a city out of a Jane Austen book! There is even a Jane Austen Museum if you are a fan. We didn’t venture in though, we kept our visit outdoor as it was a crisp but very sunny day.

Jane Austen museum in BathBath city centre

We bundled up as it was fairly cold and started our visit in the city centre at the Abbey, which definitely worth a peek inside.

Bath on a cold day

We had a little wander around the Roman Baths, and then headed to Pulteney Bridge to have a look at the famous Pulteney Weir.

Pulteney Weir in Bath

The golden light of the Autumn combined with the beautiful Georgian architecture and the red foliage made Bath breathtakingly beautiful!


Having worked an appetite we headed to The Bath Bun, a charming little tea shop which serves simple sandwiches and warming beverages.

After our lunch and in major need of walking off the giant baps we ate, we headed for a walk along the River Avon. It is a great way to get off the beaten track and to take a moment to appreciate the warming sun on a bench and people watch, of course.

River Avon in BathRiver Avon in BathBath

After a fair amount of walking we headed to the world famous Royal Crescent. It features in most Jane Austen movies so you will definitely have a sense of déjà vu when walking along the grand Georgian houses.

Royal Crescent BathRoyal Crescent Bath

We took a moment to get some cheesy snaps.


If you are an afternoon tea person I also highly recommend booking a table at the Royal Crescent Hotel for a sweet and savory afternoon treat! It is on the expensive side but well worth it!

Finally, we headed back into the city via the Circus roundabout and got lost a little longer in the cobbled streets of Bath until we had walked enough to justify a filling dinner!

The Circus Bath

Where to stay in Bath?

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Lake District golden hour

The air gets crispier, the grass gets greener, the leaves turn gold and the mountains make an appearance.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014

Lake District Golden hour

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