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From the earliest times Gosport's fortunes have been linked to the sea. Today the tradition continues and visitors, whatever their interests, can enjoy the many fascinating attractions that..
Just west of Brighton's city centre you will find the areas known as Brunswick and Hove, which are resplendent with acres of Regency townhouses, terracotta mansions and elegant mews..
For over two thousand years this part of the Thames coast hasbeenassociated with the sea. The story of the town's maritime heritage, the invention of the diving helmet,smuggling..
As the largest town in West Sussex, Worthing is a thriving shopping, dining, entertainment and business centre; a delight for residents and visitors alike benefiting from it's fabulous..
Aldershot is world-famous as the home of the British Army and its history is illustrated at various localmuseums.Key leisure attractions include Prince's Hall, West End Centre, Alpine..
1066 Country is now recognised throughout the world as a leading brand of historical experience. Lying deep in the mysterious heart of the South East, one of the United Kingdom's most..
Hampshire\'s friendliest market town, Alton is a delightful and welcoming place and the ideal base for exploring. The surrounding area, home to Jane Austen, is renowned for its tranquil and..
Take time to explore the heart of Ashford and you will enjoy the very best of a small market town and all the vibrancy of a modern international gateway.
A rich mix of historic building..
Banbury is an historic market town famous for its Cross, Cakes and 'Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross' Nursery Rhyme. Banbury is a vibrant mix of traditional and historic town against a..
The Borough of Basingstoke and Deane covers an area of over 245 square miles. It is easily accessible by car from junctions 6 and 7 of the M3 motorway.Direct trains run regularly to..
Renowned for its bracing and equable climate since Victorian times Bexhill is a town that has been a well kept secret by those visitors who return year after year. Set in the midst of 1066..
Bicester is an historic North Oxfordshire market town of Saxon origin - not Roman as its name would suggest. Bicester's Market Square - which is actually a triangle - forms part of the..
Twelve miles south east of Winchester lies the medieval town of Bishop's Waltham. The bishop of the title was Henry of Blois, brother of King Stephen, who founded Bishop's Waltham Palace in..
The Blean is between the cathedral city of Canterbury, the coastal towns of Whitstable and Herne Bay and the old Roman market town of Faversham.
It is a mosaic of villages, woodlands, farms..
Described by the 18th century radical journalist William Cobbett as”the most delightful village in the world”, Botley is a small historic market town within Hampshire's Hamble..
Standing on the western bank of the River Yar in the east of the Isle of Wight, this ancient little town is pleasantly built on a hillside below Brading Down within anArea of Outstanding..
A charming, riverside, Oxfordshire village, five miles from Wallingford and nine miles from Oxford, Dorchester-on-Thames is steeped in history. Close to an Iron Age hill fort, it was..
The historic heart of the Eden valley, between the High Weald and the North Downs, Edenbridge can trace its history back to Roman Times. However it was the building of “Eadenhelms..
Egham town centre High Street is pedestrianised with a variety of shops and restaurants. It commemorates the sealing of Magna Carta with statues of King John and coats of arms embedded in..
Farnborough's main claim to fame is the biennial International Air Show, held on the site of the birthplace of flying and aeronautical research in Britain and exhibits are available to view..
Voted 'Best market town in Kent' by Country Life Magazine, Faversham is a destination that exudes old world charm.
Found in the North of the county, between the stunning natural landscapes..
Fleet is situated in the north-east corner of Hampshire, near the M3 motorway and surrounded by small thriving towns and many parishes of unspoiled villages and pretty hamlets.
Many holiday towns claim to 'have everything' by way of attractions, events and excursion opportunities. Only Folkestone, though, can offer visitors the fastest way to mainland Europe!
You will be amazed at all there is to do and see in the town with its surprising combination of fascinating history and modern comfort. At the heart of the town, and providing a focus for..
Unwind in Hamble Valley's inviting countryside and coastline on Hampshire's south coast. Savour thewaterside lifestyle centred around the yachting Mecca of Hamble river and village - take..
Hayling, Havant and Emsworth are a hat-trick of Hampshire delights. They all offer relaxing, traditional breaks.
There are beach huts and beach barbecues, welcoming inns serving up high..
The Heart of Kent is the perfect place to unwind in quintessential English countryside. Here in the Heart of Kent you'll find historic towns and picturesque villages set in a landscape of..
The resort town of Herne Bay proudly flies the 2007 Quality Coast Award flag over its safe clean beaches. The resort is a popular destination for water sports, wind surfing, sailing..
The High Weald is an historic, subtle and much valued landscape full of surprises.
'Weald' means wilderness or forest: once an untamed, wooded area, with patches of wild grassland and..
In the far West of West Berkshire, alongside the Kennet & Avon Canal and surrounded by beautiful countryside, the charming market town of Hungerford boasts impressive transport links for a..
Kent Thameside is at the heart of the Thames Gateway and covers the Boroughs of Dartford and Gravesham. The area is going to see large scale development over the next decades but is keen to..
Surrounded by a gentle landscape of orchards and hop gardens, Maidstone - Kent's thriving county town -combines its rich history with arts, culture and superb shopping and entertainment..
Relax and enjoy the inspiring cathedral city of Rochester and the fascination maritime area of Chatham.
Retreat and let down your defences in the fantastic surroundings of the ancient..
This small corner of Sussex, less than one hour from London, remains relatively undiscovered.
Stretching from the South Downs to the Surrey border is some of the prettiest countryside in..
Alongside the Kennet & Avon Canal, the largest town in West Berkshire,Newbury, has a bustling high street with many interesting shops, which include unique stores such as family-run..
In 1579 the town known as 'Meeching' woke to discover that the river Ouse had burst through a shingle bar, creating a new natural harbour - a new haven.
Steeped in maritime history, today..
The landscape of the Kent Downs is special. There is drama and intimacy; there is remoteness, ancient places as well as the bright white of a new cliff fall. This is a landscape of..
The visitor to this area is always surprised that such astonishingly beautiful, tranquil and unspoilt landscapes can be found just 45 minutes from London.
All this provides a excellent..
Located at the heart of middle England, North Oxfordshire boasts a landscape of rolling countryside, the thriving market towns of Banbury and Bicester, picturesque thatch topped villages..
The ancient market town of Petersfield, situated in the South Downs and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is an excellent centre for exploring the surrounding..
Ever since the discovery of the Chalybeate Spring 400 years ago, visitors have been coming to Royal Tunbridge Wells. A magnet for the gentry and members of the Georgian Royal family..
The festival town of Ryde boasts Britain's oldest carnival.Traditionally held at the end of the summer, it provides a fitting finale to the carnival season, when floats from all over..
Once a member of the Cinque Ports, Seaford was home to shipwrights, chandlers, sailors, fishermen and merchants, and was a prosperous town with its large lagoon-like harbour.
A unique blend of traditional seaside fun, rural tranquillity and centuries of heritage, the three towns and delightful villages of the Arun District - Sussex by the Sea have something to..
Come with us on a journey through Sussex Country and discover a landscape that epitomises rural England, and with two thirds designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty you are assured..
The Test Valley is one of the best-kept secrets in Hampshire, nestled between Winchester, Salisbury and the New Forest it is only an hours drive from London.The area is characterised by its..
The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of 37 nationally protected landscapes in England, and was one of the first landscapes to be designated an Area of..
Reputedly England's smallest town, nestling in the shadows of the Chiltern Hills, Watlington offers a traditional market town welcome.
With origins dating back to the 6th century, the..
For fine eateries, picturesque countryside and fascinating heritage you have to go a long way to beat West Berkshire. The region is just over an hour's drive from London, Bristol and Oxford..
The port of Yarmouth has a ferry link to Lymington and is packed with maritime history. It was sacked by the French in 1377 and 1524 and King Henry VII built the castle as a coastal defence..
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