Once the home of the famous writer Agatha Christie, now owned by the National Trust. It has hardly been touched over the years and offers a glimpse into the private life of the Queen of Crime and her family.
If you’re a Game of Thrones fan and planning on heading to Northern Ireland, then you must put the Winterfell Tour on your bucket list! Located a one hour drive from Belfast city, you can spend the day at Winterfell Castle as well as various other Game of Thrones filming locations.
From bombs, bullets and being one of the most dangerous places to visit in the world. Belfast has pulled off a remarkable transformation with modern art, fast-expanding foodie scene and vibrant music-filled pubs. It won’t damage your wallet either as it’s one of the cheapest cities to visit in the UK.
The stunning Causeway Coast, castles, beautiful sheer cliffs, Guinness and ultra-friendly locals. If you’re a Throner (if you don’t know what that means, then you’re not) you will definitely have a few GoT-related places on your checklist.
A great day out for everyone, especially If you like adrenaline, thrill and water rides like me.
A fun day out for all the family. If you like your sports, flowers or traditional games the Scoriton Summer Fair has it all. #Scoriton #Dartmoor
The oldest pub in Dartmouth, though It wouldn’t surprise me if you were to walk right on past it as there is next to no signage, just a small sign leaning against a plant by the door. Once inside though your met with old wooden beams, two fireplaces and very friendly staff.
Close to the historic Bayards Cove and the ferry across the river to Kingswear, this is another favourite of mine especially on a sunny day, it has one of the best view of any pub in Dartmouth.
The oldest building in Dartmouth dating from 1380 and still retaining many of its original interior features, oak beams, leaded lights and big stone fireplace
Tucked away behind Paignton harbour Fairy Cove is very well sheltered from Southwesterly winds, popular with local families and dog walkers.