Category : Tourist Attractions

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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Things To Do On A Rainy Day in the Lake District

The Lake District is the wettest corner of England. It gets an average rainfall of around 2,000mm, though this varies significantly from a paltry 870mm in Penrith to an ark worthy 5,000mm in Sprinkling Tarn near Seathwaite. There’s no need to complain about it, however, because the rain only adds to the beauty of the […]

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10 things to do on holiday in Cornwall on a rainy day

Cloudy rainy picture of the ocean and headland

It is no wonder Cornwall is such a popular holiday destination. Cornish pasties and cream teas aside, its stunning beaches and coastline, exhilarating walks, incredible gardens and mild climate makes it hard not to love Cornwall. Whether you choose to spend lazy days on the beach, or venture further inland to the moors, you cannot […]

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The Definitive Self Catering Holiday Guide For South Cornwall

South Cornwall is a holiday destination that looks like it has come straight from a painting. You’ll be in awe at the beautiful pastel cottages, gardens packed full of tropical plants, dainty harbour towns, and tranquil landscapes. One day you could be visiting the whitewashed fishing towns for cream tea, with the next day full […]

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Dog-Friendly Attractions in Cornwall

White terrier laying on a sunbed with river and sail boats in background

Cornwall is one of the most popular holiday destinations for dog owners, with thousands of holidaymakers and their beloved pets coming back year after year. There are so many reasons why this is the perfect holiday destination for dog owners; from the dozens of dog-friendly attractions to over 400 accessible beaches. Not to mention the […]

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Devon’s Attractions For A Family Holiday

Millions of people have recollections of holidays as a child in Devon, from sunshine on a sandy beach to ancient woodlands with a magical atmosphere that makes the tales of King Arthur seem possible. The county is incredibly child friendly no matter what the weather or your budget. From quirky glamping style accommodation for a […]

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North Cornwall: The Essential Self-Catering Holiday Guide

North Cornwall is one of the hottest holiday destinations in the UK, thanks to the diverse range of things to do and see. It offers a romantic ruggedness and honesty with its black craggy rocks and stunning coastline dotted with vast expansive sandy beaches, popular with surfers seeking the thrill of riding the gigantic Atlantic […]

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Dog-friendly attractions in Exmoor

Spaniel dog running in flower meadow

If you are looking for a holiday that involves your four legged family members, then Exmoor is a great choice. You will find hundreds of miles of footpaths running through the National Park and along the coast making it easy to explore this vast and varying landscape. Immerse yourself in a bit of history, ride […]

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