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Mount Snowdon is certainly beautiful to look at as well as being exciting to climb, and this is exactly why people looking for a holiday in the UK often search for Snowdonia holiday cottages. Snowdon can be as dangerous as it is beautiful, though a new scheme has certainly helped the Welsh mountain become not only a beautiful place, but a safe place...
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Snowdonia Walking Festival If you are planning a trip to the magnificent Snowdonia National Park for a relaxing break and staying in one of the many North Wales self catering cottages on offer, you will be well placed to enjoy the forthcoming Snowdonia Walking Festival during October 12 – 14. This year’s Snowdonia Walking Festival has been coordinated...
One of the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of the UK, North Yorkshire is the perfect place to visit if you are looking to enjoy a relaxing break amongst some simply stunning countryside. Situated 600 feet above sea level and overlooking the glorious Robin Hood’s Bay, the Raven Hall country house hotel is an excellent choice for anyone...

Sussex’s Marshland and its Treasures

Posted by on January 30, 2012
Image courtesy of Flickr user yellow book. If somebody said to you that they were heading to hotels in Sussex, you might ask if they were going to head to the South Downs, or spend a day shopping inBrighton, or whether they were planning on heading out on some of the woodland footpaths and bridleways that are abundant in the county. However, if they...
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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...
Welcome to Beachy Head, the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain. At its height it towers over the English Channel at an impressive one-hundred-and-sixty-two metres. One of the most dramatic spots in Britain, Beachy Head was formed after the last ice age when the rise in sea levels led to the formation of the English Channel, cutting Britain off from...
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Walks and Footpaths in East Sussex

Posted by on February 11, 2011
One of the most frequent pastimes that people engage in during a stay in East Sussex hotels is to venture out and explore the beautiful county on foot. There are plenty of footpaths in the area that let you explore any landscape you could want to. Wander through forests for hours, hike up to the top of a hill and enjoy the view, trek along the white...
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Climbing in the peak District

Posted by on February 8, 2011
Each and every day thousands of people visit the Peak District to climb and take advantage of its wonderful Tors and crags. There are well over 10,000 different recorded places that people can climb throughout the national park. Numerous different climbing groups and societies operate within the national park and you are sure to find exactly what you...

Walking the South Downs Way

Posted by on September 23, 2010
If you’re looking for something to do during your stay at an East Sussex hotel then you’ve probably already considered exploring the beautiful countryside around the area. There are numerous ways to experience it, whether it’s driving along a scenic route, walking in some of the picturesque towns or villages, cycling through the countryside...
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Here is a slide show of stunning pictures taken during a walk from Lydstep to Stackpole. You too could take the same route along the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path when you stay in a Pembrokeshire cottage. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs for 186 miles and encompasses some of the very finest coastal scenery in all of the UK.
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