Bibury’s houses

Wait is that a movie set? Nope, just another little British village.

Bibury – 2017

Bibury Cotswolds

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Golden Cap hills

The rolling and green hills of great Britain.

Jurassic Coast – 2017

Golden Cap hills

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Lake District beach

From afar the sand doesn’t seem too soft and the water too warm on that beach.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014

Lake District

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Grey and green

Green land sandwiched between the grey road and the grey sky.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014

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Cotswolds landscape

I would happily make this place my garden.

Cotswolds – 2017

Cotswolds countryside

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The Hive – Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds

Today’s address is a real gem hidden in the middle of the British countryside!

A couple of weeks ago we headed to the Cotswolds for a weekend away from the big smoke. We were blessed with amazing autumnal weather and spent the Saturday and Sunday exploring the little Cotswolds villages.

On Saturday, we happened to be in Stow-on-the-Wold around lunch time. Our plan was to find a cosy pub to grab a bite, but it all changed when we walked passed The Hive.

From the outside it looks like a conventional little tea shop. We looked at the menu which seemed appetising and thought ‘why not?’.

The Hive Stow-on-the-Wold

The big BIG highlight when eating at The Hive is the staff, ‘nice’ is an understatement. Everybody at The Hive is absolutely lovely! The waiters and the owners  are all very polite, very friendly and, most of all, super attentive – by the end of our lunch I wanted to hug them goodbye!

The Hive Stow-on-the-Wold

Now let’s talk about the food, simple yet delicious is the best way I would describe it! The menu mainly offers simple lunch options like soup and sandwiches. The quantities are generous though and we left very full and in need of a digestive walk.

Andrew went for the egg and mayo sandwich. A generous melting filling sandwiched between two slices of ‘crispy on the outside and soft on the inside’ sourdough bread. What else can you ask for?

Egg and mayo sandwich The Hive Stow-on-the-Wold

I picked the soup of the day which was sweet potato, coconut milk and spices.

Soup of the day The Hive Stow-on-the-Wold

On the side, I had the option to choose either white sourdough bread, brown bread or a cheese scone. I went for the cheese scone, obviously!

Soup of the day The Hive Stow-on-the-Wold

The soup was creamy and flavoursome, the cheese scone had the perfect consistency and cheesiness, and I was happy.

Cheese scone The Hive Stow-on-the-Wold

With still a little bit of space for something sweet, we decided to share a huge slice of the lemon and pistachio cake. Pure sweetness bliss…

Lemon and pistachio cake The Hive Stow-on-the-Wold

So if you are wandering in the Cotswolds hills and looking for a place to have lunch, head to Stow-on-the-Wold!

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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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