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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..
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..
Get a feel of yester-year with a guided tour of the medieval castle including the eerie dungeon and underground sallyport. Check out what everyday life was like in medieval times and find..
Built on a site first fortified in Roman times, the superbly preserved medieval castle is just part of the array of fascinating historic buildings in Lancaster, a city where you will find..
Luton's Andale Shopping Centre, home of many top brands, is an ideal way to spend some time when visiting Luton. Ideally located in the centre of Luton close to road and rail links, the..
A small town with a close-knit community, lying within the Easington District but only a stone's throw away from the city of Sunderland, famed for its annual air show, football club and..
St Mawes is beautifully situated at the southern end of the Roseland Peninsula, and from medieval times was a busy port and fishing harbour. Today it remains a major centre of marine..
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..
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..
The North York Moors is a very special place. Where else can you find stunning purple heather moorland, a beautiful Heritage Coast and a National Park in such close proximity?
With its quaint cobbled streets and picturesque houses standing on the steep slopes of the River Esk, Whitby is dominated by its cliff top Abbey.
Situated along one of Britain's finest..
Aldeburgh is a charming, traditional seaside town. It is unspoilt and harks back to an earlier age. There is a traditional boating lake for model yachts, local museum, and historic..
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..
This historic border market town changed hands between England and Scotland no less than 14 times between its capture by the Scots (around 1018) and its eventual retaking by the English in..
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..
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..
With excellent transport links via the Docklands Light Railway, Jubilee Line, London buses and a riverbus service, it is now quick and easy to access the many waterside attractions in the..
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..
Gateshead is home to an exciting mix of world class cultural icons, a recently restored award winning Victorian Park, an international athletics stadium and Europe's largest indoor shopping..
Architecture makes this town outstanding - Shibden Hall is a magnificent example of this, but Halifax also has a thriving cultural life.
There are many exciting galleries, including..
The old town dates back to Saxon times, with Georgian houses and former coaching inns.Charles Dickens visited The Eight Bells and later featured it in ´Oliver Twist´. During the 1930s..
Originally known as Lindisfarne and often described as 'the Jewel of the Northumberland Coast', Holy Island is only accessible across a causeway at low tide. Adjacent to the ruins of the..
Located on the banks of the River Humber, this magnificent waterfront city boasts a relaxing atmosphere along with a vibrant mix of culture, shopping and nightlife.
The city's Museum..
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 largest man-made lake in western Europe, Rutland Water has something for everyone. The attractive 3,100-acre reservoir has an international reputation for providing a balance of sport..
Sheffield's dazzling array of attractions really does mean that there's something for you, right here. Historic buildings; award-winning museums and galleries; an enviable theatre and live..
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..
Bright, vibrant and exciting - Southend offers a glorious seven mile stretch of coastline. Award-winning beaches, beautiful parks and gardens, family fun attractions, museums, art galleries..
Fishing, farming and mining are the industries that shaped St Ives, with fishing the dominant force in the heart of the town. In the mid 19th century, there were 400 boats involved in..
Staithes means “landing place” and this village was once a thriving fishing port bustling with activity. In the early 1800s, Staithes was one of the largest fishing ports in England...
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..
Wembley is a special part of London with a particular place in the nation's affections as the home of English football.
The Stadium has recently undergone a £800 million renovation, and..
Wimbledon, famous for hosting the annual tennis championships, is a wonderful place to visit at any time of year.
The village of Wimbledon, at the top of Wimbledon Hill, is less than 10..
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..
As one of the UK's new Millennium Cities, Wolverhampton has a wealth of attractions, heritage and facilities for all types of visitors.
The city has a vibrant and multi-cultural..
The Town of Alnwick, historically the County Town of Northumberland,is situated on the River Aln in the heart of Alnwick Districtand rural Northumberland. The town with its cobbled market..
Kenilworth, England's finest and most extensive castle ruin, described by Simon Schama'steam as an 'historian's dream'.Experience a fascinating journey through history, from royal battles..
Your first sight of 'The Malverns' tells you that you are approaching an area with a difference - unusual and intriguing. They are the centre piece of a wonderful region stretching from..
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..
At the heart of the Lake District and just a mile away from the lake of the same name, the Lakeland town of Windermere offers fantastic views of the surrounding countryside and nearby..
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..
Amble-by-the-Sea is a small fishing town at the mouth of the River Coquet, with fine, quiet, sandy beaches to the north and south. The harbour and estuary are popular for sailing 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..
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..
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