This is a market with a difference – celebrating all that is artisan and unique, it's well worth a visit when in Frome.
The Romans knew what they were doing when they settled at Bath. This gloriously golden sandstone city is not only extremely pretty but jam-packed with things to do for a day (and a night) out.
A marina-side restaurant and cafe, perfect for eating al fresco as if in the Med.
A shopping mecca for all things handmade, heartfelt and hard to find… Tavistock town is more than its 900 year old market with a hearty nightlife and soul-soothing strolls.
A little bit about Lymington, an area of exquisite loveliness on the edge of the New Forest, filled with local delicacies, outdoor activities and suitably nautical vibes.
Sea and sky roll as one at the peninsular…this is an Atlantic coastland of spectacular waterfalls, deserted bays, bluebell woods and dramatic, rocky cliffs just waiting to be explored.
“And a mighty sing’lar and pretty place it is, as ever I saw in all the days of my life!” said Captain Jorgan, looking up at it.
Cocktails in teapots and homemade tapas to tuck in to – The Old Grammar School in Truro serves up a lip-smacking taste of retro refreshment in a laid back atmosphere.
Located on the western edge of Mount's Bay about three miles west of Penzance, this is a place that the guidebooks call the quintessential British harbour village and that Dylan Thomas crowned 'the loveliest village in England'.
Cornish Afternoon Tea at De Wynns, Falmouth. Whatever you do, make sure you put the jam on before the cream, or else incur the wrath of the Cornish and risk being banished back whence you came to Devon.