Where & Wear: May Bank Holiday

How to spend the May bank holiday

A bank holiday well spent brings a week of content, and in May, luckily for us, we get two.
Make the most of the extra-long weekends – whether you’re looking to indulge your inner culture vulture or make a well-earnt getaway – and head back to work on Tuesday refreshed, relaxed and ready to take on the week.

1. Brighton Fringe Festival

Lose yourself in almost 1000 shows and performances as eclectic and diverse as you’d expect from England’s biggest arts festival. Watch cabarets, take in comedy shows or enjoy live music – and when you need a break from all the culture, pull up a pew at one of the fest’s myriad food stalls and bars.

Find out more here.

2. L’enclume, Cartmel

Wooden beams and whitewashed walls welcome you at L’enclume, a hidden gem of a restaurant in an old ironmongers in the tiny village of Cartmel, Cumbria. Food on the menu is unpretentious and utterly delicious, with much of it coming from the restaurant’s own farm. Well worth the car journey.

Book your table here.

3. Grace Hotel & Spa, Mykonos

Perched on a hill overlooking the beautiful Aegean sea, views don’t get much better than at boutique hotel Grace, Mykonos. With a secluded spa, luxurious facilities and a restaurant menu to die for, it’s the perfect place to catch some R & R with friends.

Feeling lucky? For the chance to win a three-night stay for you and a friend, simply click here.

Book your stay here.

4. Fashioned from Nature at the V&A, London

With sustainability the buzzword of the moment, the V&A’s newest exhibition delves into the relationship between fashion and nature. From the role florals play in print, to designers pushing ethical production, this exhibition will leave you questioning your own impact on the environment.

Find out here.

Tags: Bank Holiday, eating out, food, Karen Millen, Weekend Style, what to wear
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