Visiting The Cotswolds is always a pleasure – it’s tiny villages and chocolate-box houses always make for a very relaxing stay, because other than having a good wander and a big pub lunch, there isn’t much else to be distracted by. I was invited to stay the night by the lovely Daisy London, an excuse to get to know them better and practise some self-love in the form of taking a little time away from the computer! My pal Liv and the lovely Hattie (accompanied by furry friend Luna) were also on the trip.
After arriving by train, we hopped in the car to The Painswick, our very stylish home for the night. Lunchtime was approaching so after an amble around the tiny village, we stopped by the local pub to fill up and enjoy some good conversation.
Although it turned out we couldn’t stop talking, as we met up again over pots of tea back at The Painswick and spent the afternoon whiling away the time together until it was time to eat again.
The hotel itself was so charming, and I wouldn’t hesitate to reccomend it if you were looking to visit that part of the country. After a very comfortable sleep, I popped on my new Daisy pieces (the Aura Chakra necklace and the Healing Stone necklace) and went downstairs for a breakfast of crumpets and jam. We had time for one last country walk to the local Painswick Rococo Garden (totally covered in snowdrops at this time of year) before it was time to head on the train back to reality.
Food, good conversation and a bit of R&R – the perfect midweek break! Thanks Daisy!