UK VISITOR GUIDE ARCHIVE
Experience golf in its purest form in Aberdeen City and Shire and you will find it both heartening and stimulating. Test yourself on a venerable links or a lush parkland layout. Whatever your notion of a great golf course, you will find it here, for this stunning corner of Scotland has a truly excep . . .
Argyll and the Isles brings together all that is wonderful and varied about Scotland, from the ancient culture and heritage to adventure sports and abundant wildlife, beautiful west coast and Highland scenery and delicious culinary treats.
Picture it. Playing Turnberry where Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus fought their legendary ‘Duel in the Sun’, or tackling Royal Troon where Arnold Palmer produced the finest golf of an incredible career to claim the Claret Jug in 1962, or experiencing Prestwick, the birthplace of the Open C . . .
If you long for quality golf courses, quiet fairways, glorious scenery and warm hospitality, then it’s time you took a golf break in Dumfries & Galloway. Play an enjoyable round at Thornhill, where Andrew Coltart honed his skills, or try the challenge of the famous Solway links course at South . . .
Uncover the past and enjoy the present in stunning Edinburgh, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a vibrant and cosmopolitan city woven by a rich and interesting history with award–winning architecture and secret closes. Edinburgh possesses all that you would expect from a revered international city . . .
Greater Glasgow and The Clyde Valley – Discover Scotlands thriving city of style and find world–class attractions, museums and galleries, not to mention the stunning architecture, including masterpieces from Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and exciting shopping on every street.
Situated at the heart of central Scotland, this is a region where rolling hills meet small villages, mountain peaks tower above the National Park and where historic battles were fought with pride. The Lowlands provide a gateway to the Highlands while Stirling is positioned perfectly between Edinburg . . .
Perthshire is where the Highlands and Lowlands meet. It’s the best of Scotland in one place. In Perthshire, the very heart of Scotland, you’ll fall in love with golf all over again. The Perthshire Golf Guide sums up the essence of playing golf in this beautiful region.
The Scottish Borders is a golfer’s paradise with internationally renowned courses and magnificent hidden gems. You’ll find there is no need to book tee times months in advance, the golf courses are excellent and represent tremendous value for money, and the scenery is second–toR . . .
St Andrews is The Home of Golf and The Kingdom of Fife is the cradle of the game. The Old Course is famous the world over but many other fabulous courses grace this beautiful region. There is no finer place for a golf break.
The Shetland Islands are a place where ancient history combines with diverse landscapes and incredible geology; where life is shaped by the sea to create a unique blend of Scandinavian and Scottish cultures.
If you are looking for a different kind of self–catering holiday, why not stay in one of the unusual holiday cottages and historic buildings restored and let by The Vivat Trust? As a UK building preservation trust, Vivat has rescued neglected historic buildings facing dereliction in some of th . . .
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
Visit our spectacular Jurassic Coastline, world famous for fossils and home to the real Broadchurch at West Bay and stylish Lyme Regis. Explore unique market towns such as Dorchester or medieval Sherborne, walk in rolling countryside and enjoy delicious local food and attractions galore!