Category: England

Bridlington

The people of Yorkshire are known for their warm hospitality.  Add a seaside location into the mix and you have Bridlington, a holiday destination that has been a favourite with families for generations. The town sees an influx of thousands of people every summer all coming to enjoy the clean, award winning sands of the…

Bournemouth

Bournemouth has been attracting visitors for a long time, after all it is a classic example of a British seaside resort. There are seven wonderful miles of golden beaches to explore, edged by the sparkling waters of the sea. The town boasts a good variety of shops, bars and restaurants catering for everything you could…

Nottingham

Nottingham is a fabulous city, and often surprises many of its visitors with its vibrancy and colour as they somehow expect it to feel historic and sombre, when it is anything but. It boasts a blossoming fashion industry and some incredible nightclubs which is probably due in part to its status as a university city.…

Blackpool

If there is anywhere in the UK that conjures up images of seaside fun then it is Blackpool. Blackpool has been entertaining families for generations. It is one of those places that families return to year after year because they know that all of their family’s needs will be taken care of, young or old,…

Stratford Upon Avon

It is impossible to write about Stratford upon Avon without at least mentioning William Shakespeare, and there are opportunities here in Stratford to follow all aspects of his life from birth right through to his death.  Visitors can step foot inside the buildings in which he once walked and even see his plays performed in…

Brighton

Fun and fashionable, stylish and funky are just some of the words that have been used to describe the colourful and vibrant seaside town of Brighton. There is just about everything you need here to give you a taste of all things British, from a royal palace through to fish and chips by the sea.…

Oxford

Oxford is known the world over as the ‘City of the Dreaming Spires’, filled with ancient university buildings and historic architecture. Oxford has been the home of royalty for some 800 years and a place for scholars to study and philosophise since the 9th century. This stately and historic Oxford is often romanticised as being…

Padstow

Even in the days of Queen Elizabeth I Padstow was a thriving fishing village with a roaring trade in boat building too. These days the still thriving fishing industry here supplies the many fabulous seafood restaurants that have sprung up in recent years and have become a major attraction for the town. When viewed on…

Newcastle

The City of Newcastle is known for its fabulous night life and clubbing scene, but there is much more to the city than just having a great night out. There are more theatres per head of the population that anywhere else in the country for a start, the Royal Shakespeare Company have a home in…