Category : Tourist Attractions

The 13 Best Places To Visit In The Lake District

If you’re looking for a quintessential British holiday destination, the Lake District is one of the most popular spots in the entire country. With miles and miles of beautiful scenery, plenty of charming little towns and villages and an impressive historical legacy, there are hundreds of different things to see and do around the area […]

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The 10 Best Places To Visit In The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is one of Britain’s most popular holiday destinations. Tourists come to the area all year round, enjoying the peaceful atmosphere, picture-perfect streets of houses and local food and drink establishments. This picturesque part of the country is very well known for its beautiful little villages, but if you’re visiting the area then you […]

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Great Doggie Days Out In The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is incredibly dog friendly which is hardly surprising considering it is one of England’s most rural regions. A vast outdoor playground with miles of tracks, trails and footpaths across its rolling countryside, this beautiful region is a walkers paradise and an ideal holiday destination for dog owners. Peppered with honey-coloured villages and ancient […]

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Don’t let a rainy day ruin your holiday in the New Forest

picture of a sign saying 'rainy day'

The South East of England, including the New Forest, generally has a mild climate. However, whenever holidaying anywhere in the UK, it is always worth having a few wet weather options up your sleeve! Whether it is just a bit of drizzle, or a complete wash out, there’s no need to let the weather get […]

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Herefordshire’s Top Dog-friendly Attractions For Your Holiday

The wide open spaces, stunning scenery and mixture of woodlands, rivers and fields makes Herefordshire a perfect place to take your dog on holiday. Enjoy rambling down country lanes, strolling alongside the River Wye, or tackling the challenging Offa’s Dyke path. Historians will be spoilt for choice with prehistoric settlements, medieval market towns and a […]

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Best things to do in Shropshire on holiday

Sheep grazing amongst the green rolling Shropshire Hills

Best known as the birthplace for the industrial revolution and the green rolling hills that dominate the landscape, Shropshire is a beautiful rural county that lies in between Birmingham and Wales. However, there is more to this peaceful countryside that first meets the eye. Hidden beneath the unspoilt landscape you will find World Heritage Sites, […]

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10 Fantastic Reasons to Visit Pembrokeshire

Tucked away on the far south westerly corner of Wales you will find the hidden gem of Pembrokeshire. Whether you are ripe for an adventure or are simply looking to relax in breath-taking scenery, the combination of the towering sea cliffs, stunning beaches and unspoilt coastal paths is hard to beat. Coupled with wild moors and […]

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