I keep dreaming of a springtime trip to England to check out the Bluebells! Do you know almost half the world’s bluebells grow in England? Springtime seems like a great time to go since airfare will be cheaper than the high summer travel season. I’ve found a few super affordable and charming places to stay all over Great Britain, and also included some shops and sites that are on my must-see list. What would you add to the list?
Stay in a Welsh Farmhouse 1 of 8Airbnb makes traveling affordable and provides an authentic experience. I love the look of this old farmhouse in Wales.
$43 and up at Air BNB.
Stay in Brighton by the beach! 2 of 8Here's another great Airbnb find with gorgeous views in Swanage, England.
$64 and up at AirBNB.
See the Bluebells! 3 of 8I really want to go on a little bluebell tour of England. They say half the bluebells in the world grow there!
Find out all the info at Woodland Trust.
Airy Flat in Brighton 4 of 8This pretty, bright and airy flat is right by the pier in Brighton.
$89 and up at Air BNB.
Chetham’s Library 5 of 8This library dates back to the 1400's and holds some amazing architectural and historical documents.
Found at Chetham's Library.
Stay in a Cottage! 6 of 8Here's another great Airbnb find. Stay in this adorable cottage with a private garden for $72 a night!
$72 and up at AirBNB.
Labour and Wait 7 of 8This is on my list of must-see shops in London. This shop carries "functional products for everyday life". Everything is beautifully made with a purpose.
Shop online at Labour and Wait.
Daylesford Organic 8 of 8This organic grocery/farm shop/ cafe is on my list of must-sees! The beautiful presentation is just one of the reasons to visit. Aside from shopping delicious food products, you can take classes on gardening farming, and cooking.
Shop online at Daylesford Organic.
Top photo: Chelsea Fuss.
Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland, OR. You can see more of her posts at Frolic!