Whilst we continue to lust after dream travel destinations and new adventures, a few of the team at TLA has put together it’s UK hot spots to seek out this Autumn season..
Like many of us, I opted for a staycation this year and visited both Keswick and Windermere in the Lake District. Both were stunning but I particularly loved how remote Keswick felt.. Within five minutes you were rambling up mountains surrounded by sheep and finding your way through nature. I remember continually stopping and thinking to myself, ‘this would look even more incredible in the Autumn’. Perhaps a little controversial, but I’m a lover of all things Autumn /Winter… burnt orange and honey-hued leaves, roaring log fires, a glass of red wine and cashmere scarves. It’s absolutely on my list to visit Keswick again in the Autumn to see the array of colours throughout the mountains and hillsides. Closer to home, I love visiting the Maison Talbooth for a Sunday lunch and then going for a stroll through the Dedham countryside.
Kristie - Account Executive
Goodwood: It's very close to where I grew up so I have many fond memories of visiting. The view from the top is exceptional as it looks over the whole of the South Downs..wonderful memories of going back to this special spot and taking the dogs out are what always tempt me back.
Molly - Junior Digital Manager
Is there anywhere prettier than The Cotswolds in autumn?With its quaint villages and rolling hills it's the perfect place to escape to for some peace and quiet and to enjoy picturesque autumnal walks. There are endless green fields for you to roam, and dreamy villages where you can stop for a local tipple next to a crackling fire.
Sarah - Account Manager
One place that’s close to my heart is always Cornwall.. All year round there’s something quite special that to draws you to its coastal bubble. This time of year is especially tempting; once the summer crowds have filtered out and the crisp autumnal weather crawls in, there’s nothing quite more beautiful than days spent walking vast stretches of sand and discovering the hidden coves, with evenings set up in the dunes warming up by a tin bbq..wherever you find yourself, it’s the perfect UK spot to distract from the everyday hustle and bustle. I read recently that it’s a scientific fact that you will never regret going for a swim, so if you can brave a brisk dip in the Atlantic, there’s always a cosy pub awaiting on the coastline to nestle in afterward.
Lydia - Junior Account Manager
I would love to visit Conwy (Conway in English) in Wales. It’s been named as one on the most beautiful places in Europe, and as someone who is fascinated with old architecture history and what life was like before us, I would love to spend an autumn afternoon walking around the medieval town. Conwy also boasts a beautiful castle (a world heritage site) built byKing Edward I between 1283 and 1289.
Roweena - PA & Team Assistant