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4 Incredible Holiday Experiences

Posted by on April 30, 2011
Peru – The Moonstone Trek Although not as famous as the Inca Trail, the Moonstone Trek is an experience that those with an adventurous spirit would love to try. The trail starts in a quiet, rural valley just between Cuzco and the Sacred Valley and finishes in Ollantaytambo. During its course it rises to 15,000ft, passes an amazing array of archaeological...
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More Bath Scenes on the TV?

Posted by on April 29, 2011
When it comes to popular detective fiction the main characters are often tied to a location and will forever be linked with it, such as Bergerac and his ties to Jersey and the channel Islands, Sherlock Holmes and his ties to London and in particular Baker street. If a new initiative goes ahead then the city of Bath may will have its own resident...
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A Day Out at Paignton zoo

Posted by on April 29, 2011
Whilst staying at a holiday park Devon you will have the opportunity to explore South Devon and enjoy everything it has to offer. One of the most popular and most well received attractions in the area is Paignton Zoo. Not only does the zoo have all of the features that you have to come to expect but it also hosts many fabulous exhibitions throughout...

The Bath fringe festival is en-route

Posted by on April 27, 2011
Bath is renowned for its wonderful festivals throughout the year and one of the most important and most looked forward to festivals is the cities Fringe Festival. Held between Friday the 27th of May and Sunday June the 12th, the festival is expected to once again become even more popular than ever. This yeah you can expect to see over 170 events and...

Take a trip to Bangor from Snowdonia

Posted by on April 27, 2011
The mountains of Snowdonia are a wonderful place to visit, set in beautiful and tranquil surroundings the area is one of the most outstanding areas of natural beauty in Wales and possibly the world. There are many Snowdonia holiday cottages to stay in that will give you the option to not only enjoy the mountains but also the surrounding areas. Even...

Bath’s praise from Arts Minister

Posted by on April 20, 2011
The Somerset City of Bath is renowned not only in Britain but also around the world for its many self organised festivals which focus on comedy and literature right through to fashion. The city also has fabulous historical cultural connections and architecture located throughout its boundaries. At the beginning of this month the city was visited by...
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Take a Day Trip to Wakehurst Place

Posted by on April 12, 2011
There is no denying that Sussex is a beautiful county. One of the reasons that hotels in Sussex are so successful year after year is that there are a huge amount of people who want to make use of the county’s gorgeous landscapes and walk, cycle or even ride a horse through them. For those who want a more structured walk laid out for them then...
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In the old days a holiday in Britain was stereotypically portrayed as a dreary experience compared to other ‘international’ holiday destinations. An image of eating fish and chips in a rainy seaside resort plastered with bed and breakfasts was the normal perception of a holiday in the UK’s mainland. Thankfully the UK’s tourism industry has...
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Yorkshires High Flying Attractions

Posted by on April 9, 2011
There is no doubt that Yorkshire is one of the most beautiful regions in England. People are always eager to get the best view of the stunning landscapes but one advantage point they often miss out on is the one right above us. What better way to see all that Yorkshire has to offer than by air in a hot air balloon. Go gliding above the clouds in one...
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Argyll Museum up for Guardian Award

Posted by on April 8, 2011
Are you planning on taking a break this year in one of the many great holiday cottages in Scotland? If so then you could visit the wonderful Kilmartin House museum in the wonderfully scenic Scottish region of Argyll. The Museum itself is one of just six museums shortlisted by the Guardian newspaper in their family friendly Museum award for 2011. The...
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