Playing it cool on the set of Harry Potter.

Harry Potter set guide, Durham Cathedral | www.itscohen.co.uk
Visiting Durham Cathedral | www.itscohen.co.uk
Durham city gif | www.itscohen.co.uk
Durham Cathedral Celtic cross | www.itscohen.co.uk
Durham Cathedral face door knocker | www.itscohen.co.uk
Durham Cathedral, Harry Potter | www.itscohen.co.uk
Leonards Coffee House, Durham | www.itscohen.co.uk
Lunch in Durham at Leonard's | www.itscohen.co.uk

Visiting Durham


Do you ever get it in your head that you're going to love a place, despite never having visited? Well, I did. I've been internally bigging up Durham for a long ol' time, and when I got wind of my pal Clarity moving there, it was only a matter of time before I'd booked myself some train tickets and was on my way up. I'm not even sure why I'd wanted to go for so long, as it's not like it's been repeatedly talked about online (yeah, you guys have massively killed any want to head to Brighton again, can you stop now?), and barely gets any mentions by my friends. I'm just going to assume that it's down to how much I like York, and just thinking it's an even further North version of that.

Thankfully, Durham lived up to my expectations, and then some.

Okay, okay, the weather's just as bad as it is in Manchester, but as my hair is now in a permanent state of frizzy, I was more than happy to wander from the train station down into town and head straight out for lunch. Clarity recommended a place called Leonard's Coffee House, and boy do they do a decent toasted sandwich. I mean, nothing will come between me and my love for Northern Soul's grilled cheese sandwiches (nothing, I swear), but this sarnie is moving its way up on my List of Sandwiches I Need to Master.

We then headed onwards and upwards to the Cathedral. Even if half of it is currently covered in scaffolding - damn you unphotogenic renovations - it's still pretty impressive, dominating the Durham skyline. Of course, I lost my shit when I recognised bits from the Harry Potter films, so got myself a cheesy lil snap "on set". Don't even try to pretend you wouldn't too.

I've got another post coming up on my second day of visiting Durham too (been storing these up for a while), so keep an eye out if you're a fan of cream teas and peonies like every single blogger out there. Hardly surprising I've been a bit absent from the internet when I've had to deal with such cliché delights, is it?

Where we went





What's on Insta

5 comments:

  1. These photos are lovely! I can understand why you wanted to visit, and I definitely would've done the cheesy snap as well. Great post!

    Amber | y a c h t s m a a n

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  2. This place looks gorgeous, no wonder you had such a nice time :)

    Grace xx

    www.gracebee.co.uk

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  3. Wow! Essay For Me reviews has written about this place a nice article but I haven't seen any photos from this location. It is so cinematic, no doubts it was used for filming Harry Potter series.

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