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Bath - the Roman city
Learn everything about Bath from its historic landmarks like the Roman Baths and Pump Room to its unique blend of traditional and modern culture, like Thermae Bath..
A two thousand square kilometre patch of land spanning six counties in England’s south west, The Cotswolds were designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ in 1966..
Gloucestershireis all that you dream of as your favourite image of the English countryside.Sleepy villages with flower adorned cottages, lively pubs with excellent food, antique shops..
Discover Devon - unique, glorious, wild and wonderful, rich in history - a really special place, whatever the time of year.
Unique with two different coastlines - bare rugged cliffs..
With a history rich in exploration and an ancient harbour at its beating heart, Bristol has grown into an exciting, modern city that wears its recently acquired status as a 'green' capital..
In Somerset you will find a wonderful mixture of heritage, countryside and coast...
Nestling in the Mendip Hills is Wells - England's smallest city with a beautiful cathedral. Further..
Known as "The gateway to the West Country", Wiltshire is a beautiful county of great diversity. Covering an area of almost 3,500 sq km it unites the districts of Kennet, West Wilts,North..
Get away from it all along the stunning Jurassic Coast, hunt for fossils on Dorset's picturesque beaches or take a walk on the South West Coast Path. There is more to discover inland;..
At a height of nearly 800 feet,Stow-on-the-Wold is the highest settlement in the Cotswold Hills. There are glorious surrounding hill top views.
Stow's large market square is a gem - the..
“Queen of the Riviera”, Torquay has been one of the UK's top holiday destinations since Victorian Times, when the gentry promenaded, bathing huts were wheeled down the beaches and top..
A most fascinating coastal village, the small harbour now hosts a number of little fishing boats but once was a hive of activity with trade taking place between Wales, Bristol and the south..
The Forest of Dean is a magical place, where you can away from it all and relax in a unique and amazing environment. The Forest of Dean, which is sometimes known as 'Queen of Forests', has..
Cirencester, the Capital of the Cotswolds has the unmistakable air of a lively market town. Its street market, held in the large market place, is still a colourful twice-weekly feature of..
Bourton-on-the-Water is often referred to as the 'Venice of the Cotswolds' because the River Windrush runs right through the centre. The combination of this clear sparkling water and the..
The area has been a destination of travellers and holidaymakers for centuries, each one curious to view the magnificent limestone gorge carved into the southern slopes of the Mendip hills..
Castle Combe is a well-known English village, recognised as one of the prettiest in the Cotswold hills. Visitors come for a sense of time and place evoked by many wonderful buildings such..
This historic town has given birth to a number of notable pioneers: James Stringfellow, inventor of steam-powered aeroplanes, James Gillingham, creator of the worlds first artificial..
Wells lies sheltered beneath the southern slopes of the Mendip Hills, and combines a wealth of historic interest and beautiful architecture with its role as a thriving business and..
Bradford on Avon is a bustling market town which still serves the local farming community as it has done for centuries.Nestling in the western corner of Wiltshire, Bradford is only 8 miles..
Tintagel, home to Tintagel Castle sits high above the seas, a most evocative place to visit and soak up the atmosphere generated by the dramatic views and wonderful legends. Tintagel is..
Bodmin, on the western edge of Bodmin Moor, is the largest town in North Cornwall and lies equidistant between the south coast and the dramatic north coast bordering the Atlantic. Bodmin..
West Bay is a busy harbour village nestled between the spectacular East and West cliffs.Itis the ideal location for a family holiday andbrimful of fun and activities.It's the gateway to the..
Welcome to Bournemouth - a world class resort that has everything you need for a perfect holiday or short break, and where there's a host of sights and activities within easy reach.
Bude, the area "where coast meets countryside" contains some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the British Isles, much of it designated as an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty"..
Delightful, unspoilt market town on slopes above the River Teign, where fishing, walking and other outdoor pursuits are very popular. The pepper pot market house dominates the square at the..
As the waves crash against the rocks along the dramatic coastline of the 'Isle' of Portland, you can see why this forms part of the Jurassic Coast. Yet just across the bay, Weymouth is home..
Wilton, the ancient capital of Wessex, is a quintessential English market town, redolent with history spanning more than 2000 years.The town gave its name to Wiltshire and the famous Wilton..
With over 200 listed buildings in its historic centre, Beaminster is a charming place to visit and is one of West Dorset's most tranquil towns. It stands at the head of the Brit Valley and..
Buckfastleigh, on the edge of Dartmoor is an historic mill town. It is home to some of the South West's top visitor attractions a short walk from the town centre.
With an interesting array..
Chippenham is the largest town in the district of North Wiltshire. Swans glide along the River Avon as it winds gently through the beautiful park, which provides a peaceful oasis amid the..
A beautiful historic market town on the shores of Christchurch Harbour on the spectacular Dorset coast. Includes Highcliffe-on Sea and Mudeford, an attractive fishing village.
Westbury is situated at the western edge of the chalk downlands that form Salisbury Plain. The variety of the surrounding countryside; from the Downs to the broad vale of the White Horse..
Yeovil has been a traditional market town for centuries.Nowadays its bustling streets are lined with a mix of conventional high street stores and independent retailers, selling everything..
The attractive market town and commercial centre of Barnstaple is the oldest and largest town in North Devon, nestling in the Taw valley.
Barnstaple offers a unique mix of traditional and..
Carved out under the limestone Mendip Hills over millions of years by the mysterious River Axe, Wookey Hole Caves have become a popular visitor attraction, featuring magnificent underground..
Cheltenham Spa is the most complete Regency town in England;the 'town within a park' offers beautiful parks and gardens, tree-lined avenues and colourful floral displays.
Described as 'the..
Wareham is easily reached by road and rail and is an ideal base for touring thePurbeckWorldHeritageCoast, its countryside and attractions.
Its accessibility attracted regular Viking raids..
Bovey Tracey is one of the main gateway towns to Dartmoor situated on the eastern fringes. With a number of unique visitor attractions and mixture of shops it is a pretty cob and..
Bridgwater is a bustling town, with a wonderful history.A community has existed here for over 1,000 years and the many examples of fine architecture throughout the town reflect its..
Calne is a lively town that prospered in the Middle Ages producing woollen broadcloth. Wealthy clothiers built mills powered by the River Marden and created fine houses that can still be..
Street stands just over a mile from Glastonbury, across the River Brue. In comparison with the other Mendip towns, Street has a modern appearance, but its story dates back to the Dark Ages..
With an elegant crescent of Georgian buildings dating back to the early 1800's, Teignmouth is steeped in maritime history. An historic port; it's one of the country's top holiday resorts..
Coleford is a thriving community located within easy reach of a wide range of interesting places to visit throughout the Royal Forest of Dean, Wye Valley and Vale of Leadon.Coleford has a..
Somerton grew to be the capital of Wessex in the 7th century until Alfred the Great established Winchester as the new seat of government.
Somerton is a lovely mellow town with a wide 17th..
An award-winning beach, safe bathing, lots of leisure activities and all-weather attractions, family entertainment and a warm welcome for everyone!
Add to this an attractive town which is..
Just two miles from Stonehenge and only one mile from Woodhenge, Amesbury is an attractive small town embraced by a loop of the River Avon as it cuts through the high plateau of Salisbury..
Home to the Royal Signals, Hall & Woodhouse Badger Beer and the ever-popular 5-day extravaganza the Great Dorset Steam Fair, Blandford is a buzzing market town located on the River Stour..
The beguiling beauty of Bodmin Moor is a wild, windswept and awe inspiring landscape, overlooked by the summits of Brown Willy and Roughtor, Cornwall's highest point, and dotted with an..
The beautiful dunescape of Braunton Burrows makes for lost afternoons of blissful exploring. The burrows area covers over 6km along the shore and some 2km inland, making it one of the..
Brixham - a maritime treasure, where life centres on the bustling harbour, one ofBritain's busiest fishing ports.
Wander around the harbourside gift shops, watch the fishermen unloading..
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