Many of us travel because it connects us to other cultures and nature, and a different perspective is the secret of creativity. When we return, home is still the same, but something in our hearts and minds have been changed, and that changes everything.
As conscious travellers, we prefer ‘homes away from home’ that offer a more conscious way to travel and promote authentic local experiences, create joy around being healthy and provide a high standard of comfort,
nurturing and wellbeing in a sustainable way.
Whatley Manor, Easton Grey, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN160RB, United Kingdom
Jeya is a digital Nomad working on sustainability projects around the world - she has lived in 6 different countries - and loves exploring different plants and climates - thinking about how climate change will impact us in these different environments in the future and how as travellers we can work to support the local communities wherever we go.
The warmth and humour of the lovely staff meant we giggled and joked and I had a permanent smile on my face at every moment!
They had a calligraphy workshop on whilst we were there!
The rose garden is simply beautiful and river of Avalon stream that runs down the bottom of the property is dreamy!
The insanely good food and wine! From our beetroot carpaccio to our poached pears to our home reared beef and all natural wines - this restaurant certainly deserves its Michelin stars (and more).
This festive season, and whenever you travel, choose a different way to give.
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