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When a lot of people think about going on their holidays they probably look to book a hotel without even seriously considering their options, such as staying in a b&b. What these people don’t realise however is that they could well be missing out by not staying in bed and Breakfast in Bath. One of the great advantages of staying in a b&b...
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There are many events that draw many people to Cornwall over the year other than Cottage Holidays and Cornish pasties. The month of May welcomes the start of a few of these popular events. This article highlights three main events that should not be missed when visiting on a Cornwall Holiday Cottage in May. May the 2nd and 3rd sees the event known...

Top Days out in Somerset

Posted by on April 21, 2009
Cheddar Gorge The striking Cheddar Gorge is the largest gorge in the whole of the UK and has the tallest non-costal limestone cliff in England. The oldest complete human skeleton in Britain was found in the gorge and is believed to be 9,000 years old. There are a number of attractions in cheddar designed to appeal to people of all ages, these included...
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Bath & the Cotswolds

Posted by on April 20, 2009
The Cotswolds is a glorious area of England that draws people from across the country and the world. The Cotswold’s is so highly regarded that it is designated an AONB (area of outstanding natural beauty) for its green and rolling hills and pretty towns and villages. The area is very much in the style of old England with fantastic grand houses...
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Bath is a hugely popular city, attracting visitors from across the county as well as the wider world. There is so much to the city, from its historical sites to its music festivals, that there is more than enough to keep visitors entertained during their Short Breaks in Bath. If you are planning on staying in a fine Bath hotel or one of the many...
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Some of the Best Beaches in Devon

Posted by on April 17, 2009
Woolacombe Woolacombe can offer almost 3 miles of golden sandy beach, making it one of the most popular in Devon. The beach is hugely popular with families and has one numerous awards. The North Devon village of Woolacombe has a number of places to eat and drink and plenty of shops to by all the essentials you will need for the beach. They also provide...
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So you are planning to treat your partner to a romantic weekend away, you have already booked a Northumbria Cottage which will provide the setting for your break, what else can you add to the mix. Well there is a company based in Northumbria called “Pride of Northumbria” that specialise in creating luxury hampers from produce and ingredients...
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Bryher Bryher is the smallest of the inhabited islands of Scilly. Despite its small size the island manages to capture wild rugged beauty will offering a tranquil relaxing environment. While on the island you should head to Hell Bay where the Atlantic sends jets of sea spray up into the air. For a more gentle shore head down to Rushy Bay where the...
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Northumberland National Park

Posted by on April 14, 2009
One of the best activities for people staying in Northumbria Cottages is to explore one of the UK’s best natural wonders, the Northumberland National Park. The National Park in Northumberland is one of the most tranquil places in England. When you visit, you will be greeted by spectacular hills and magnificent valleys that cross the county...
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Legends of Devon

Posted by on April 12, 2009
Devon has become a very popular area for tourism as well as those looking for a second home. Yet among all the people that visit such areas as Barnstable and Woolacombe very few of them are aware of the history and legends that surround the area. With North Devon being an area steeped in history, myths and legends there are many tales to tell. You...
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