Amy's Posts
30th September 2022

We all know the importance of shopping local, and booking a hotel is no different. Choosing independently-run, locally-owned accommodation f...

26th September 2022

If you’re watching the pennies this year, a trip to the coast doesn’t have to mean splashing the cash. Finding a quality hotel on a budget i...

12th September 2022

With its legacy of academic excellence and breathtaking medieval architecture, Oxford is a place like no other. Rich with history and a beac...

12th September 2022

Are you longing for a foreign holiday, but not sure you can afford it? Or perhaps you just want to visit as many places as possible with the...

1st September 2022

With the summer holidays drawing to a close, most parents may be heaving a sigh of relief, but many of us will also be looking back fondly a...

1st September 2022

When it comes to seaside holidays in the UK, we all love relaxing on the sands, reading a book and maybe making a sandcastle or two, but for...

18th August 2022

Home to the Lake District National Park, Cumbria is known for its breath-taking natural beauty, with glacial lakes, rugged mountains and maj...

3rd August 2022

Baring all at a nudist beach means no more tan lines or sandy swimming gear, and devotees say that it brings them closer to nature and makes...

2nd August 2022

No one likes waving goodbye to Rover the day before the family holiday, so why not take a petcation and bring them along? With pet-friendly ...

1st August 2022

With so much to see and experience, from beautiful beaches to historic cities, you might expect a trip to Portugal to put a strain on your w...


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Amy Mugglestone

Amy is a writer and translator living in the heart of England. She enjoys going for walks and exploring new places, looking for the unusual in the spaces you thought you knew. With a love of local folklore and ghostly tales, she believes that everywhere has a story to tell, from far-flung cities to your local pub.
She has a background in food writing, and is fascinated by local dishes and what they reveal about the places that created them. A long-time vegetarian, she can’t promise to try them all, but she loves finding out about the history of food and its unique ties to the environment and culture of a place.

Her perfect holiday would be exploring an old town with twisting streets and a ghost around every corner!