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Chatsworth House

Posted by on April 30, 2010
Chatsworth House in Derbyshire has been a popular destination for people staying in Derbyshire cottages since it began opening to the public. The reasons for this were to try and make some of the money that the family who owned it were required to pay in taxes after the Second World War. With its extensive gardens and ornate interiors, Chatsworth House...
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Beach Activities, Kite Surfing

Posted by on April 30, 2010
One of the most popular activities around the world is to hang out at the beach and participate in the many different activities.  The beach is synonymous with fun, adventure, relaxation, and more.  Almost everyone you meet loves the beach.  This is true of those that visit Devon.  The come to the area to relax and hang out in a beautiful area...
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Top Five Reasons to Visit Las Vegas

Posted by on April 30, 2010
When looking for package holidays to Las Vegas, you will find a huge choice of amazing places to stay and things to do. Whether you are travelling with a group of friends, with family, in a couple or by yourself, there will be something to suit all situations. In this blog post we list our top five reasons to make Las Vegas your next holiday destination. 1....
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Visitors to Penzance, and indeed the whole of Cornwall, come for the sun, the sea, the sand and the surf. There are also plenty of attractions for holiday makers, as Cornwall is heavily invested in tourism. When people rent cottages in Cornwall for a holiday, they might visit Penzance and wander around the streets eating an ice cream, before going...

Cycling and Walking Around Woolacombe

Posted by on April 29, 2010
Are you planning a family holiday in Devon?  If you are, there are plenty of things to do that you will want to put on your agenda.  One area to visit in Devon is the beautiful area of Woolacombe.  It is extremely popular for cycling and walking.  Here are some of the highlights of this area and the reasons you will not want to miss it on your...
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River Cruises in Bath

Posted by on April 28, 2010
While on holiday in Bath there are a number of great attractions that tourists and locals alike just love. One of the most popular attractions is taking a river cruise along the River Avon and the Kennet & Avon Canal. A river cruise is a fantastic way to see the beautiful city of Bath and give you a fantastic view of some Baths best sites including...
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As people grow older, they frequently leave behind their childhood friends, and their faces, voices, and all the things that they used to do together are forgotten. The same is true of the stories and books that we enjoy as children. As we grow older they are left behind for another generation to enjoy. Hartfield, in East Sussex, gives you the opportunity...
Pembrokeshire is well known for its stunning coastline, often regarded as one of the best coastlines in the UK. As well as the rugged cliffs, secret coves, hidden caves, abundant wildlife and tranquil islands that Pembrokeshire is famed for there are many fantastic beaches that cater to families and surfers alike. Here is our guide to the beaches...
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When you read about holiday destinations either online or in magazines or newspapers, or when you hear about them on radio or see programs about them on television, everything seems to focus on what there is to do in the area. What activities are nearby? What beaches are easily reachable? What are the restaurants like? What are the bars like? Are...
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One of the best things about the Peak District from the perspective of a visitor is that there are no boundaries. I mean, of course there are boundaries, but you can walk onto or off the park from any side of it, on any footpath or road. There are no barriers to pass through, not even any signs to indicate that you are leaving the park. One moment...