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Oxfordshire is a rural retreat, known worldwide for its beauty, character and charm.It has a diverse mix of cities, towns and villages nestled in amongst its areas of Outstanding Natural..
Brighton - a city by the sea Learn everything about Brighton from its historic landmarks like Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion to its unique blend of traditional and modern culture...
Come and discover sun-dappled footpaths that criss-cross the most wooded county in the country. Leap into the 21st Century in Surreys modern art galleries. Stand at the highest point in the..
Quintessentially English countryside with orchards full of blossom, majestic castles and beautiful gardens. Feel its irresistible charm.
Let the sea breezes refresh you as you walk along..
What makes the perfect holiday? For some, it's walking in peaceful countryside, for others it's visiting historic houses or museums, or serious shopping. Whatever your choice, East Sussex..
For a break you'll always remember, no island comes this close! Each season has its own special charm. The long, hot days of summer attract hundreds of visitors to the coastal resorts to..
West Sussex lies on the southern coast of England combining stunning seascapes and the rolling South Downs.An inspirational setting to the likes of poet William Blake, painter John..
Buckinghamshire is situated just half an hour from central London and easily accessed by both road and rail. Within a stone's throw of the nation's capital you can be walking the gently..
In 597 Augustine came to Canterbury, to convert the region back to Christianity. In recognition UNESCO granted world heritage status to part of the city, including, St Martin's Church, St..
A short break destination combining 1,000 years of history, contemporary shopping and fine dining, with sports, leisure activities and events. The home to 13 attractions including Windsor..
Europe's largest beach-launched fishing fleet, Britain's steepest funicular railway and the remains of William the Conqueror's first English castle mean that Hastings & St Leonards is..
At the heart of the city is Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.Here you can explore Lord Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory and tour Queen Victoria's battleship, HMS Warrior 1860.You can see Henry..
Perched on a hill, the medieval town of Rye is the sort of place you thought existed only in your imagination. Almost suspended in time, Rye's unhurried atmosphere and enchanting streets..
Known as the gateway to England, Dover welcomes millions of visitors from all over the globe every year.
Explore the towns rich heritage. The first “cross channel ferry” was..
Beachy Head, with its dramatic white cliffs and gently undulating downs, is an area of outstanding natural beauty and tranquillity which belies its proximity to the busy south eastern towns..
A city full of characterOxford is known as the 'city of the dreaming spires' - a term first coined by poet Matthew Arnold in reference to the gentle spires and harmonious architecture of..
Unpretentious and unspoilt, Broadstairs unpacks a suitcase full of quiet charm.
The town was a holiday home for Charles Dickens and continues to court its guests with a delightful mix of..
Brimming with arts and culture and steeped in two thousand years of history, the cathedral city of Chichester is situated between two 'Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty' - the gorgeous..
At the heart of rural Sussex lies the beautiful county town of Lewes - a mixture of the unusual and intriguing and so typically Sussex.
Its medieval streets, old English churches and tiny..
Newport has two elegant squares and many fine Georgian and Victorian town houses.The impressive colonnaded Guildhall was designed by John Nash and built in 1816, with the clock tower added..
Cowes is a Mecca for yachtsman and hosts many national and international events. During the sailing season the waterfront is a kaleidoscope of colourful sails, whose focal point is the..
Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the unspoilt promenade and newly restored Pier. Soak up the café culture and try the wonderful restaurants and pubs where you can enjoy fresh, locally caught..
An unspoilt cathedral city on the edge of the South Downs, Winchester is England's ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great. Today, Winchester combines the best of city life..
Historic Arundel lies at the heart of the picturesque South Downs in Sussex.
Dominated by the stunning Norman castle and Gothic cathedral, this quaint town has cobbled streets, offering..
Chatham (Kent) a fascinating maritime destination with a history stretching back over 400 years, through The Historic Dockyard Chatham with eighty acres of spectacular architecture and..
A traditional seaside resort, boasting five miles of unspoilt beaches, palm tree lined promenades, four golf courses and Blue Flag clean sea.
Offering fun for all of the family, fromextreme..
There are not many cities in Europe where you can go shopping, snow-boarding, water-skiing and sailing - then catch a west-end show at a popular and successful theatre - so you may be..
Whether you are looking for the excitement of a modern city, or the charms of English countryside at its most beautiful, you're sure to find it in Reading, heart of Royal Berkshire.
The historic city of Southampton is fast becoming one of the most popular leisure and cultural destinations in the south. Its appeal lies in its diverse nightlife, exciting retail..
An Ancient Town in the Confederation of the Cinque Ports. Seven centuries ago, Winchelsea was a town of several thousand people and a major Channel port, its ships the terror of the Narrow..
The forest has changed little since William the Conqueror gave it his special protection over 900 years ago. The unique landscape has been moulded by centuries of grazing by commoner's..
Ramsgate's maritime history is decked with honour.Its harbour was granted 'royal' status in 1821 - in recognition of the hospitality given to King George IV when he sailed from Ramsgate..
Sandown is a firm favourite with families seeking a traditional seaside holiday. The magnificent sandy beach slopes gently into the sea, ideal for paddling and swimming. There are all kinds..
Tenterden, known as the 'Jewel of the Weald', offers the best of all worlds; fascinating history, a wealth of architecture and excellent shopping - all within everyone's idea of a typical..
Situated in the heart of Surrey, the Borough of Woking offers the excitement of London and the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. Our excellent transport links mean that the South..
Cranbrook, known as the Capital of the Weald, is a pretty town with a medieval layout of streets and alleys - many buildings dating from the 15th century through to the 19th century.
Guildford is a vibrant historic town, set in the rolling hills of the Surrey countryside. Its location and excellent transport links mean that Guildford has welcomed travellers for..
Margate is a timeless seaside resort where traditional seaside fun and entertainment sits happily alongside modern water sports and exciting new developments.
You can still relive the..
Rochester (Kent) is home to England's' second oldest Cathedral and sits proudly next to its inseparable twin Rochester Castle with the tallest Keep in the land.The Victorian High Street and..
Different in character from the other seaside towns, Ventnor is built on a series of terraces that zig-zag down to the sun-trap seafront with part sand, part shingle beach. The 'Cascade' is..
Shanklin is a resort of great charm whose popular seaside attractions include a sandy beach, with excellent swimming and sunbathing opportunities. The seafront Esplanade is lined with small..
Chertsey today has a busy high street (Guildford Street) with a variety of shops and Restaurants. Chertsey Museum, the Abbey site, St. Peter's Church and the Old Town Hall are in the town..
The town of Battle, site of the most famous battle in English history, is internationally known as part of the 1066 Country.
The beautiful town is built around the abbey which was erected..
Long hours of sunshine and award-winning beaches make Bognor Regis one of the most popular seaside resorts on the south coast.
Just minutes away from the tranquillity and beauty of the..
An old English market town with narrow streets lined with some of the finest Georgian architecture in the south of England, with a parish church and castle dating back to the 12th..
Nestling alongside the River Thames, Pangbourne has been the subject of much literary inspiration. Kenneth Grahame, author of 'Wind in the Willows', lived in the town and the Swan Public..
Dubbed “the fifth quarter of the world” in recognition of its uniqueness, Romney Marsh is truly a land apart. Sheep graze green fields separated by a maze of ditches, the horizon..
Littlehampton is a family-friendly, seaside resort with award-winning beaches and an enviable position on the south coast of England.
A brand new riverside development has injected new..
Close to Maidstone, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells, the town of Tonbridge was first settled in the Iron Age when a fort was built to defend an important crossing on the River..
A vision of pastel perfection, Alresford (pronounced Allsford) is a handsome Georgian town of colour-washed houses, riverside walks, specialist shops and the UK's capital of watercress..
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