Fish & Feathers Travel Blog

Beatrix Potter and Hill Top Farm

By On September 9, 2016

Beatrix Potter is best known for the rabbit in the blue jacket: Peter Rabbit. Before we traveled to the Lakes District and visited her cute Hill Top farm, we watched Miss Potter, a… Read More

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Ashmount Country House

By On September 5, 2016

Spending a night at Ashmount Country House is the perfect country escape! After long country hikes nothing’s better than to retreat to your hotel, have a hot bath and a warming sherry.… Read More

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Hiking on the Moors with the Brontë sisters

By On September 2, 2016

We enjoyed a great day hiking on the Moors with the Brontë sisters, well not literally of course. Brontë lovers will know the sisters loved hiking on the Moors. Not only because they were very… Read More

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Cobbles and Clay, Haworth

By On August 26, 2016

Breakfast, lunch or brunch, you’ll want it at Cobbles and Clay – Jill’s Cafe in Haworth. This cute little place serves healthy fresh juices, amazing homemade cakes and scones you can smell… Read More

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Brontë Parsonage Museum, Haworth

By On August 25, 2016

The Brontë Parsonage Museum is a must visit for Brontë fans and book lovers. Whether you prefer Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, Charlotte’s Jane Eyre or Anne’s Agnes Grey or The Tenant of Wildfell Hall,… Read More

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Sleeping above the Fleece Inn

By On August 23, 2016

Sleeping above the Fleece Inn was a dream come true for us. I mean, it’s really just perfect: staying above a pub. You can have dinner (we enjoyed home made fries and… Read More

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Visiting Haworth Yorkshire

By On August 22, 2016

Visiting Haworth Yorkshire had been on our list for a while. Haworth is a typically English quaint little village, but for Brontë fans it has a lot more meaning. Mainly, because in the… Read More