The very first thing I'll say in this post is that I wish we had taken better photos. This is an absolutely gorgeous property, and this link will take you to the Bath Boutique Stays page, where you'll see their photos and a walkthrough video. When we arrived in Bath, we were worn down, and I still felt pretty rotten from my illness in Italy. We were supposed to have two nights there, but were only able to stay one due to the illness, and the real camera never made it out of
Oh, Bath. *sigh* Where do we even begin? It's not an exaggeration to say that this is one of our favorite cities we've ever visited. We already wrote up our stay at Jane Austen's Apartments, and you can read about that here. I think the first thing that captured our hearts is the charm of the city. It's cute, y'all. The buildings are as beautiful as they are historic. The city center was easy for us to navigate and small enough to give it a great walkability rating in our b
One of the activities we were most excited about while in England was visiting Stonehenge. The impressive structure made of stone and set in a mysterious circle has captivated the imagination of millions, including ourselves. Upon booking our stay in Bath, we promptly added the tour of Stonehenge to our activities list. Scarper Tours picks you up from the Abbey Hotel, which was conveniently located and a short walk from our hotel. The group was large enough for us to take
And, no I’m not kidding. I don’t know about you, but I made it through my mega awkward teenage years by living and breathing Jane’s novels. Through even the worst times in my life, I could always find friendship and solace in Jane’s company. That love for her work has followed me well into adulthood, and I don’t find it overly ambitious to say I could qualify as her #1 fan. When people chalk up her masterpieces to "just love stories", I can feel steam pouring out of my ears.