Tree-house Escape // Chewton Glen

Hidden away at the bottom of the new forest, surrounded by 130 acres of luscious greenery, walled gardens growing fresh ingredients, buzzing beehives and a 9 hole golf course, you’ll find 12 magical tree-houses suspended 35 feet above the ground, belonging to Chewton Glen.

Chewton-Glen---Treehouse---Exterior-Shot-at-Night

Continue reading

Advertisements

Escaping to France // Thanks to Volvo pt1

Hands up who read my post about my first meditation session and the beautiful new volvo!?…………..No? Well go do it now! Its right here. For anyone that missed it, Volvo were helping people “escape the city, in the city” with a variety of different activities.
Well, with a little assistance from the amazing team at Volvo, they actually helped me escape the city for real and head down to Tilques in France for a long weekend away.

IMG_7849

Continue reading

Restaurant Revamp // Thames Court

For any of you lovely lot that have been following me for a while now, you might remember me writing about Thames Court before, where we sat by the river and had lunch for my best friends birthday. Well, it’s been given a lovely make over, so they invited the girls and I down to check it out.

thumb_IMG_7608_1024.jpg

Continue reading

The Worlds Best Dinner Party // WeFiFo + Epsom Supper Club

One of the biggest complaints from people that live in Surrey is the lack of independently owned and run restaurants serving amazing food. Granted me have a handful and the ones we do have are amazing, but it wouldn’t take you long to work your way through them all and then be left with the chains. Well WeFiFo is changing that, and the way we go out to eat all together. 

we-find-food

Continue reading

26 things I’ve learnt in 25 years

As the end of my Quarter Quell is fast approaching, and I enter not only my 26th year but also officially my mid to late twenties, I thought I should take some time to reflect and look back on some of the things I’ve learnt/some things that I would have told my younger self.

IMG_4073

Continue reading

Dining with a difference // My fave interactive experiences

As an ex drama student, and someone that grew up wanting to become an actress/famous, it’s no real shock that I’m a huge fan of interactive experiences. I’m nearly always the first person to volunteer when performers ask for an assistant….after a little persuasion. Being in London there’s a tone of these cool immersive/interactive experiences, both with and without food and varying in levels of participation. So I thought I would put together a little guide for you all.

11825152_804122003039505_2869081143234298543_n

Continue reading