Category : Holiday Activities

Holiday inspiration: Photographing Suffolk, Norfolk & East Anglia

An interview with Justin Minns East Anglia is a wondrous part of the UK, with rivers winding through farmland and dune-backed sandy beaches. Justin Minns is an award winning professional photographer, who has devoted his time to capturing the magic of East Anglia. We caught up with Justin to find out about the area’s hidden […]

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Discover the Best of the Yorkshire Dales National Park

The Yorkshire Dales is one of Britain’s most beautiful and changeable settings. They can appear serene and peaceful, excitingly dramatic, or mysteriously ambiguous – sometimes all in one day! Writers, poets and artists have been inspired by the landscape in and around the Yorkshire Dales National Park for centuries. Isn’t it time you discovered its […]

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Norfolk is Calling! Pack Your Bags, It’s Time For A Holiday

Norfolk coastal Path sign with beach behind

Package holidays have their place, but there’s no comparison between a bland one-size-fits-all itinerary put together by a stranger and a self-catering holiday in Norfolk personally hand selected by you to suit you! Create exactly the Norfolk experience you want, following your nose into some of the country’s best farmers’ markets and restaurants, marvelling at […]

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UK National Parks – 15 Stunning Reasons to Have a British Holiday

The British Isles are home to no less than 15 National Parks. From the Cairngorms National Park in North Scotland, to Dartmoor National Park in England’s South West, there are thousands of acres of unspoiled landscape for you to enjoy amazing British holidays. National Parks in Scotland The Cairngorms National Park is for adventure lovers. […]

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Somerset, a Dog Friendly Holiday Destination

It’s hard not to fall in love with Somerset. This green and bountiful county is one of England’s finest and the ideal spot for a dog friendly holiday. One of Somerset’s biggest advantages as a holiday destination is how easy it is to reach. Though many of its 400 villages feel remote and peaceful, Somerset […]

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Go Walkies in Dog Friendly Herefordshire

Herefordshire is so beautiful that you will want your dog to enjoy it with you. As you ramble down country lanes, stroll beside the River Wye, sit in a pub beer garden in a picturesque village, admire the gardens of a country house, or tackle the challenging Offa’s Dyke path, you’ll feel the stress and […]

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Hassle-free Herefordshire – Not Just A Weekend Retreat

Balancing on the border between England and Wales, Herefordshire is a gorgeous county crammed with bucolic charm. It’s hard to find a prettier place to visit especially when you consider how easy it is to reach either by car or train. A popular destination for weekend breaks, Herefordshire’s distinctive and diverse landscape provides an exciting […]

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Britain’s top ten food festivals

Britain may have been ridiculed for the quality of its food in the past, but all that has changed because we have become a nation of foodies. We have more restaurants, pubs and exciting pop-up cafes than ever serving innovative and delicious meals, and our fresh produce is top quality. British food makers are celebrated around […]

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The Wonderful Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean

There’s nowhere better in the UK for getting away from the daily grind than the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean. Talk about the great escape! The combination of forest, river, and borderland history is perfection. Not only is the Wye Valley breathtaking at any time of year, it’s a cinch to get to, […]

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