Activities

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  • Fishing

    If you are interested in fishing, then you won't be disappointed when visiting the UK. There are hundreds of places to fish across England, Wales, Scotland and...

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  • Historic Holidays

    The Island of Britain has a distinct and rich history that has witnessed the rise and fall of tribes, kingdoms, empires, and nations. From stone-age cultures...

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  • Walking Holidays

    Many country pubs across the UK provide guests with a great base and accommodate walkers needs. If you aren't sure where to walk, here a few good websites to...

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  • Beach Holidays

    The weather in the UK can be very temperamental throughout the year and holiday makers in the past have opted to jump on a plane and travel to foreign lands...

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  • Golf

    If you fancy getting away for a few days to play a bit of golf, then why not stay in a pub rather than a hotel? Pubs offer you a high level of service and warm...

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  • Cycling

    With hundreds and hundreds of cycle paths, routes and coastal paths, the UK is the perfect place to explore on two wheels. Routes are available for both...

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  • Family Holidays

    Unique, traditional, cutting edge, refreshing, imaginative... Whatever you are looking for in your family break the UK is packed with inspiring family friendly...

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  • Autumn

    Summer is here and pubs up and down the country have beautiful rooms available for you to make the most of the weather. Pubs have become great places to...

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Featured Attractions & Events

  • Inveraray Castle

    Argyll and Bute

    Inveraray Castle is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell and the iconic, must-see visitor attraction on the West Coast of...

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    • Historic Sites
  • Mr Straw's House

    Worksop

    A National Trust 1920s house captured in time, in Worksop. Step back in time to the 1920s and find out how a grocer's family lived in Mr Straw's House.

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    • Historic Sites
  • Heatherslaw Corn Mill

    Cornhill-on-Tweed

    On the banks of the River Till, this is the only working water mill in Northumberland. Powered by a 16ft water wheel, there is a history of over 700 years of...

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    • Museums & Galleries
    • Historic Sites
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park

    The Dales is a great place to get outdoors! Maybe you would like to take a short walk alongside a river, or to see a waterfall or great viewpoint.

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    • Outdoor Activities
    • Nature & Wildlife
  • Benmore Botanic Garden

    Dunoon

    In a magnificent mountainside setting on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll lies Benmore, an enchanting Garden steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic scenery.

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    • Nature & Wildlife
  • Aberdeen Maritime Museum

    Aberdeen

    Aberdeen Maritime Museum tells the tale of the city’s lengthy relationship with the sea.

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    • Museums & Galleries
  • Boating on the River Thames

    River Thames

    What better way to escape everyday stress than messing about on a boat on the river? If you have a day, a week or just a few hours, you can unwind and discover...

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    • Outdoor Activities
    • For the Family
    • Entertainment
  • The Harbour Light Tower

    Kingdom Of Fife

    Built in 1817 by Robert Stevenson as a key part of the Queensferry Passage across the Forth.

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    • Museums & Galleries