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Experience the Jane Austen Festival and Bath’s Regency Period If you are heading to Somerset’s premiere city for a well earned holiday or a city break during September, make sure you look out for events taking place in Bath for the annual Jane Austen Festival. The festival celebrates the works, life and times of one of Bath’s most famous former...
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With the coming of springtime in the historical spa city of Bath, what better place to spend a well earned holiday or one of the many Spa breaks which are currently on offer in this delightful city? There are plenty of things to see and do in Bath at this time of year: here are a few events to look out for in the coming month. Bath Decorative Antiques...
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The city of Bath in Somerset is known for many aspects of cultural life, including the surrounding Roman and Georgian period culture which is visible in the city and the modern culture of music, theatre, literature, the arts and comedy. These cultural aspects on offer in the city attract thousands of people from around the world who also want to enjoy...
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The Bath Folk Festival

Posted by on July 27, 2011
These days Bath is not just know for its historical past from the likes of the Roman Times, Georgian and Victorian periods which the city is well know for, but also as an epicentre of cultural and artist vibrancy. As it’s that time of year again in the Spa city of Bath, in Somerset for the annual “Bath Folk Festival”. This year’s event looks...
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The picturesque Spa city of Bath is steeped in history from throughout the ages, most notably from the mark of that of the Roman Empire left in its legacy, right through to the Georgian period of English history and its architecture of many houses and buildings that can be seen around the city. It is definitely a place to visit if you want a real...
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Easter Break in the UK

Posted by on April 4, 2010
As Easter approaches you’ll find a whole host of deals from travel companies coaxing you into travelling abroad, but don’t overlook a short break in the UK. With an array of exciting, culture filled towns and cities in the UK coupled with the heightened pressure of keeping your carbon footprint in check, why not take Easter as an opportunity...
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Visit Wells

Posted by on March 17, 2010
Somerset only has two cities. Both are popular with holidaymakers, historians and architects. There’s plenty to see and do in both of them, but only one is the smallest city in England. The city is, of course, Wells. Located on the southern side of the Mendip Hills, which are themselves an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Wells enjoys the...
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Things to Do in Burnham-on-Sea

Posted by on February 27, 2010
Burnham-on-Sea is well known for being a seaside resort which families travel to year after year, and there are plenty of good reasons why. It’s mainly because of the wealth of accommodation and activities in the area which make for great family holidays, meaning that kids and adults alike never run out of things to do. The first and most popular...

Staying at a Holiday Park

Posted by on June 18, 2009
If you’re looking for a cheap family holiday in the current economic climate then look no further than a stay at a caravan holiday. Not only is the price of accommodation cheaper but you will also save on travel costs too. Plus there will be no need to hire a car or pay for public transport at your destination because you will have your transport...
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With the current financial climate, many people are looking for UK Beach Holidays to help cut the cost of an annual family holiday. So seeing as many people will look for areas with nice sandy beaches we are going to list some of the best Beaches in the UK. Blackpool Sands, Devon Considered one of South Devon’s most beautiful treasures, Blackpool...
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