It is safe to say that nowadays, many of us cannot imagine life without technology. Phones, tablets and even watches have become impressively advanced and an essential part of our every day life. What’s more, whether you are ordering a takeaway, buying cinema tickets or planning a trip, there is an app for everything! Quick question: how useful is your mobile phone on holiday? There is an increasing amount of research that suggests technology (particularly mobile phone apps) can significantly enhance your vacation experience in various ways, so for this week’s blog, we’re recommending the best mobile apps to use while exploring a destination.
Shopping, dining or simply having a nose around do not get more colourful, weird or wonderful than the many markets of London. There’s nothing like exploring around food markets, farmers’ markets, fashion markets and flower markets where every week you are surprised with something new! For this week’s blog, we’re recommending the best markets for you to spend a day wondering around at and that are guaranteed to be an interesting experience.
National Family Week and half term is soon coming up and we think that this is the perfect opportunity (or excuse) to treat yourselves and your family to a fun-filled day out in London. From museums, to attractions and parks to restaurants, there is something for everyone in the city and it is always guaranteed to leave you wanting more!
What it means to us to be short listed for the Caterer’s Best Places to Work in Hospitality Award.
Runners at the ready and spectators steady for one of the UK’s most famous and exciting sporting events. Approximately, the London Marathon enters 30,000 participants a year to run the challenging 26 mile race through scenic London and this year looks like it’s going to be just as big as always! For this week’s blog, we thought we’d get involved with the experience of the participants and name some notorious sites that they might get the chance to see on their travels (unless they are dressed as a giant chicken, then their view might be a bit restricted).
A strictly no gluten diet is becoming more and more common in the UK for the benefit of good health. Many of us unfortunately suffer from conditions such as Celiac disease, allergies and sensitivity to foods containing gluten ingredients. An increase has been recorded of gluten being cut out as part of a fad diet or just due to a perception that life sans-gluten is a healthier life. Either way, there is one thing that they all have in common and that is the search to find gluten-free foods that are just as delicious and filling as the originals. Here at the Georgian House our kitchen experts are working hard to create tasty gluten-free breakfast recipes that are flavoursome, light and moreish! So far, our guests have been able to indulge on our famous gluten-free pancakes, eggs benedict and other little treats (such as the new coconut macaroons we got to try today). So, what can you do at home to spice up your gluten-free morning? Here we have some ideas that will brighten up your breakfast plate.