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Step into the ‘real Downton Abbey’, a must-see experience for fans of the acclaimed drama. The 5,000-acre estate will welcome you to Highclere Castle, one of England’s finest occupied Victorian castles and the popular filming location. Walk in the f...more info
Wherever you are in Cornwall, you’re never far away from crystal blue waters and golden sands when visiting Cornwall’s most famous holiday towns. Some of the best beaches in the UK will be yours to explore, including the world-class coastline at St Ives. ...more info
With its undulating tracks and paths, walking through the New Forest offers the opportunity to explore the ancient forests and heathlands that this area has to offer. Whilst walking there is a chance to catch a glimpse of one of the 5 wild species of Deer that can be...more info
For a taste of the Great British seaside, Bournemouth will not disappoint. The vibrant, cosmopolitan resort is renowned for its seven miles of glorious golden sands, sparkling surf and traditional beach huts. Award-winning gardens and Victorian buildings ad...more info
A charming, seaside atmosphere abounds Weymouth – a favourite coastal destination where you can take in views of the spectacular Jurassic Coastline. Walk along the esplanade, where its Georgian buildings make for a beautiful backdrop against the golden beaches,...more info
Standing proudly in 5 acres of manicured gardens, with panoramic views over Lyme Bay, the 4-star Victoria Hotel welcomes you in the tradition of a lavish resort hotel. The Regency town of Sidmouth offers a long, wide, level promenade with plentifu...more info
Featured on the TV show ‘To The Manor Born’, with historical links to Lord Nelson, a regular visitor. This beautiful 4-star Grade II listed Regency mansion, located in the picturesque countryside of Somerset, has something for everyone. A classic country ...more info
Divided into East and West by its harbour and sheltered river, the seaside town of Looe, is a picturesque Cornish fishing port. East Looe has a charming maze of narrow streets and courtyards, antique shops, traditional pubs and a vibrant quayside fish market. West Lo...more info
Spend a night in one of the world’s most prestigious hotels, right on the doorstep of spectacular Covent Garden and London’s Theatreland. Be tempted by Afternoon Tea served in the sophisticated Homage Grand Salon Restaurant, which has taken inspirat...more info
The majestic city of Bath, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, welcomes visitors with beautiful relics from bygone days, and fine examples of Georgian façades and crescents which provide an inspiring backdrop to the bustling centre. The compact city will ...more info
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