This mini road trip packs in plenty of fascinating history and gorgeous scenery.
Escape the hordes of holiday-goers and explore Britain’s lesser-trodden parts.
These are some of the more unlikely locations for vineyards in England… hicc!
Forget football or horse-racing, when it comes to competitions, these unassuming villages like to do things a little differently.
The culture hub of the North East offers a wealth of attractions.
From ancient woodlands and crumbling ruins to mighty waterfalls and glistening sandy beaches.
With Georgian terraces, surviving mills and far-reaching views out to the hills, there’s plenty for visitors to see and do in Macclesfield.
From a lawnmower shrine to walls lined with cuckoo clocks – and everything in between.
Nestled in the heart of the Peak District, this handsome spa town is sure to be a hit with visitors.
Who wants to spend the night in a tiny chapel?
As travel slowly rebuilds, escapes close to home are bound to have great appeal.
Does the sound of birdsong or the flap of wings overhead have you craning you neck up towards the heavens?
I didn’t know anything about Slow Travel 15 years ago, but gently is the only way to do anything when above the 3,000m mark.
Explore one of England’s ‘Walkers are Welcome’ towns on this delightful 2½-mile circular route.
Savour the tastes of Dorset with this recipe for the county’s world-famous apple cake.