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Where’d the Weald Go?

Posted by on July 30, 2010
The Weald is one of the most famous features of South East England, and one of the favourite places to visit for those staying in Hotels in Sussex. Whereas now it is characterised by its diving clay valleys and climbing limestone ridges, it used to be a very different landscape. Although the shape of the Weald has not changed much in the last five...
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The Sights of Whitby

Posted by on July 30, 2010
When staying in your Whitby Hotel there are so many sights to see in Whitby. The town has a long and fascinating history, which has created a rich patchwork or attractions and sights. This video shows many of the towns finest landmarks and attractions including its legendary abbey.
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Packing for your holiday never seems to be an easy task and you always seem to end up forgetting something so it’s a good idea to make a list a few weeks before you leave to avoid any last minute panics. Whether you’re going to holiday cottages in Wales or villas in Spain there are a few things we all need for your holidays. Sun Cream This...
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One of the worst, if not the worst, part of any holiday is the journey, its usually long, hot and very boring especially for the kids who will be cooped up in the back seat with very little to do. Boredom often leads to grumpiness, which is never a good way to start a holiday so to make sure you arrive at your Wales Cottages in a good mood it’s...
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The English Riviera which comprises of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham offers something for everyone all year round, whatever their age or taste so it’s little wonder people flock there year after year to have a Torbay Holiday. August of course, will not let you down on the events front. First up, there’s a chance to go onboard a vintage...

Family Activities in Devon

Posted by on July 22, 2010
Devon is one of England’s most idyllic playgrounds thanks to its laid back life style and varied countryside, making it the ideal destination to leave the troubles of your day to day life behind. Whether you come to Devon to enjoy your favourite pastime or try some exciting new sport one thing is certain, you will have an unforgettable Devon...
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Organized to celebrate and cherish the Scottish culture and heritage, the Highland Games date back more than three hundred years.  The games are not one event, but a series of events lasting from May to September. Organized in the breathtaking scenery of the Scottish Highlands and accompanied by dancers and pipers, the Highland Games truly represent...
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Peter Bruntnell Comes to Woolacombe

Posted by on July 20, 2010
People camping in Woolacombe this summer can look forward to some every special entertainment on offer. The British singer-songwriter, Peter Bruntnell, is to head back to North Devon to play a residency at the Old Mill at Golden Coast from 25th July. Peter who spent many years living in Mortehoe is said to be looking forward to being able to perform...
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When most people start to consider taking a holiday to Cornwall they’ll think about the beaches, the numerous attractions that they can visit, and of course they’ll think about relaxing in their Sennen Cove cottages. What many people don’t realise is that there are plenty of other things to do in Cornwall as well, in particular visiting...
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Watersports on the Isle of Wight

Posted by on July 18, 2010
The Isle of Wight is famed for its beautiful coastal scenes, rugged countryside and lovely towns and villages. Cowes is world renowned for its sailing, whilst the Isle of Wight Festival gets bigger in size and status each year with the likes of P!nk, Jay-Z, Paul McCartney and The Strokes headlining this year. There is a lot to see and do on the Island...