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Whitby is a fantastic place to visit throughout the year, standing as a fine example of the Great British holiday experience thanks to its sublime seaside stretches. As well as offering an unforgettable day at the beach, those staying in a Whitby hotel throughout the year can enjoy a superb range of festivals – these are just some of the best. We...
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Many holidaymakers who have never rented a holiday cottage before may think they are all the same boring little buildings with no space or amenities, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. There are many types of cottages to choose from when booking a cottage holiday. With Wales Cottages you quite often get more traditional cottages that...
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Things To Do In Woolacombe

Posted by on March 22, 2010
In Woolacombe, there are always things you can do. That’s true whether you’re by yourself or with a big group of people, and it’s true no matter what kinds of pursuits you typically enjoy. Because Woolacombe is such a popular destination for people on holiday, you can enjoy what it has to offer any time of the year. From horseback...
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Accommodation in Woolacombe

Posted by on March 20, 2010
When you’re looking for a place to stay on your holiday, you might want to consider Woolacombe. The standards there are high when it comes to quality places to stay, and there are expensive places, inexpensive places, and campsites where you can get closer to nature. Camping in Woolacombe is a popular activity, and Woolacombe accommodation options...
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Beautiful Bath

Posted by on October 27, 2009
Bath is a lovely city. I know because I’ve visited it. My trip was a little different to that of most holiday makers, as I was there to take part in a stand-up competition. I didn’t win, but it was still had a great time because, as I said, Bath is a lovely city. Exactly the sort of city you’d walk around and think “Wow. I’d...
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Stag do on the Isle of Wight

Posted by on August 19, 2009
A stag do is an important part in the lives of any bachelor that has chosen to get married. It becomes his last chance to celebrate with his closest friends his last days of freedom as a single man. There as many ways that people choose to celebrate this age old tradition and each is individual to the taste and requirements of the groom to be. Long...
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Living on the Isle of Wight

Posted by on July 9, 2009
The Isle of Wight is recognized by many as a beautiful part of Britain. A great way to really explore the Isle of Wight is through an Isle of Wight Holiday. The Island itself only measures 23 miles by 13 miles and offers award winning beaches and breathtaking views and scenery through out the year to all who visit. With footpaths and bridleways in...
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If the recent spell of good weather has inspired you to snap up one of the last few day tickets for the Isle of Wight Festival you may be keen to find out how best to secure accommodation over this busy weekend. There is still plenty of Isle of Wight accommodation available for last minute booking but you are unlikely to find accommodation very close...
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Local Woolacombe Attractions

Posted by on May 28, 2009
Woolacombe is a great place to take a holiday. If you haven’t been there it’s time that you went and explored what it has to offer. If you haven’t been there in a while, it’s worth going back to see what has changed and to enjoy the things that have stayed the same. The beach is the best of the attractions at Woolacombe. There...
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Once you have found your Isle of Wight Hotel and are ready to begin your holiday you just need to decide what you are going to do. An Isle of Wight holiday has so much to offer every one of all ages. Depending on what time of year you visit will really change you perception and experience of the Isle of Wight. The Island provides a great place to...
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