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There are many things to do whilst you are staying at one of the many Isle of Wight Luxury Hotels for more information look below: Take a trip to Ventnor Botanic Gardens: Home to palm trees, cacti, banana trees and much more thanks to the Isle of Wight’s temperate micro climate. The gardens have been used frequently over the years for documentaries...
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Things to do on your Shanklin Holiday

Posted by on December 23, 2008
Osborne House: The once summer home of Queen Victoria is owned and maintained by the English Heritage. The house is kept in brilliant condition and can be viewed all year round. If you are planning to visit other English Heritage landmarks on your Shanklin Holiday like Carisbrooke Castle then it is worth becoming a member as there are discounts and...
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Take a Winter Break in Bath

Posted by on December 23, 2008
If those winter blues are starting to kick in then maybe its time you took a winter break. With the credit crunch it’s becoming increasingly more difficult for people to take holidays abroad so many are looking for breaks in the UK as an alternative. Taking a short break in Bath has been popular with those looking for a UK break for centuries,...
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Book a Last Minute Cornwall Holiday Today!

Posted by on December 23, 2008
The Great British holiday destination of choice with gorgeously green countryside, jaw dropping coastline and charmingly friendly fishing towns like St Austell, Falmouth and St Ives. It’s not surprising that Cornwall is one of the most admired parts of Britain. It isn’t just the views that keep getting people to come back for more. England’s...
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The Finest Natural Wonders in Wales

Posted by on December 22, 2008
Wales is a beautiful country with so much to see and do with many natural delights on offer. One natural wonder is the tallest waterfall in England and Wales, Pistyll Rhaeadr, which falls 240 feet in three stages. Pistyll Rhaeadr is named in “the Seven Wonders of Wales” which is a poem created by English visitors to Wales to chronicle...
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Cheap Walking Breaks on the Isle of Wight

Posted by on December 19, 2008
The Isle of Wight has so much more to offer than just one of the biggest music festivals of the year. The Isle is packed full of possible ventures for people of all levels of fitness and really provides something for everyone. One of the increasingly popular reasons of visiting the Isle is the outstanding views that really enhance your experience...
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Break up the New Year on the Isle of Wight

Posted by on December 19, 2008
Why not start the New Year with a memorable occasion and treat yourself and your partner to a romantic luxury break on the Isle of Wight? Why wait for Valentines Day to show some one you care? After the hustle of xmas is out of the way and before the travel industry becomes over whelmed with people looking for a bargain, opt to do something differently...
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So you might have considered a luxury break on the Isle of Wight but what time of year is the best time to go? Well once xmas is over and done with and you have given yourself a few months to recover from the financial impact that it has had upon your bank balance, you’ll probably be looking to treating yourself to a well deserved break away. So...
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Camping tips for the winter

Posted by on December 18, 2008
Most people tend to think of camping holidays as happening during the warmer summer months. But many people like to brave the weather and try a spot of winter camping. In this blog post we will cover some tips and advice that will hopefully make your winter camping trip go smoother. Obviously you need to keep warm and one of the best ways to do this,...
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1 – Book the holiday in a group – There are many great deals out there to be had including half price insurance for large groups or book a group holiday and the 10th person goes for free! 2 – Make essential purchases before you leave – Lift passes are often cheaper bought pre holiday in the UK than if you wait and buy them at...
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