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Brand New! The official guide to Walking, Cycling and Water sports in Wales. Includes a Full Supplier Directory, Route Maps and Links to the best that a Wales Activity Break can offer be sure to order your copy.
'walk' the Darlington way includes the 10 original walks plus 4 BRAND NEW walks. The guide is mainly for the leisure walker – including both urban and rural walks with, riverside and sculpture park delights. Please request it – it's hot off the press now!
If you've ever looked at a distant mountain and asked yourself, 'how can I climb that?' or watched surfers on a Pembrokeshire beach and thought, 'I'd like to do that', then you've come to the right place. Come on, sot down and make yourself at home.
WalkingWomen arranges women's walking holidays of all different shapes and sizes in the UK and abroad. Many of our short breaks are in the Lake District. Whether you prefer gentle walks or adventure, creature comforts or economy, there's variety here for most tastes and levels of fitness! WalkingWo . . .
Welcome to the world of Warner Leisure Hotels, exclusively for adults. They offer inclusive half–board UK short breaks at stunning locations, with a wide range of activities, good food and live entertainment every night. The price of a break includes accommodation, breakfast and 3 course dinne . . .
Explore the scenery and towns of Kent, where some of Englands finest historic houses and gardens are set in glorious countryside. The Weald of Kent Holiday Guide 2014 will help you plan your visit with information on the lovely places to visit and the great choice of accommodation available
West Norfolk is a truly special place of unspoilt charm and natural beauty. Renowned for its superb coastline, much of it an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the area is also brim full of heritage, charming villages and beautiful countryside. Once discovered, youll want to come back again and aga . . .
Self–catering Holiday Rental Cottages at Berwick–upon–Tweed, in North Northumberland, near The Scottish Borders, peacefully located in lovely countryside, ideal for families and those taking a break from the stress of modern life.
Located at the heart of the World Heritage Coast, Weymouth & Portland nestle perfectly next to one another and provide real contrast and variety at any time of the year. With a panoramic bay, superb beaches, picturesque harbour plus great Watersports and leisure activities combined with top events a . . .
White Rose Tours are a family run business specialising in motorcycle touring holidays in the UK and Europe. Now in out 13th year, we are "large enough to look after you, but small enough to care"
Wilderness Scotland is a specialist adventure travel company offering an inspiring range of holidays, journeys and wilderness experiences in the most remote and beautiful regions of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Established in 2001, their professional team of guides and office staff know the w . . .
VisitEngland is the national tourist board for England. Theyve got hundreds of imaginative ideas for holidays and days out in England. Sign up to their inspiring free e–newsletter today and youll be entered into a competition to win a holiday in England
Luxury self catering holiday accommodation in Lancashire. Chipping in Lancashire is an idyllic setting for WolfenMill, a 300 year old charismatic property which nestles in a tree–lined fold beneath the stunning views of 'Parlick Pike' and 'Wolf Fell'. Recently converted to the highest standard . . .
We are a privately owned hotel, set peacefully on Bournemouth's famous East Cliff in an acre of beautiful lawned gardens, with a large car park. It is the ideal venue for a short break or longer holiday. The majority of rooms are accessible by lift.
Woolacombe has won the England for Excellence Gold Award for best family resort and the Best British Beach as seen in the Mail on Sunday! Its beach has been voted one of Britains best and lies between Morte Point and Baggy Point. This three mile stretch of golden sand consistently wins a stream of a . . .