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Chipping Norton on Market Day followed by 'Venice' of the Cotswolds' Bourton on the water with a scrumptious cream tea
We return to the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show and this is scheduled to be bigger and better than ever.
With glorious beaches, a warm atmosphere and fine Victorian houses painted in sugared almond colours, Tenby in Pembrokeshire is one of our prettiest and cosiest sea...more info
The ancient city of the North
St Annes-on-Sea's town is a haven of tranquillity and calm - mixing the fabulous, old-fashioned holiday experience with top-class modern shopping facilities and cafes.
Take a stroll along the promenade in St Anne...more info
An elegant thriving Georgian seaside resort, Worthing is the perfect destination to relax and recharge. Famous residents have included Jane Austen, Oscar Wilde and most recently Harold Pinter.
This traditional seaside town has a ...more info
Southend-on-Sea is an outstanding place for visiting with seven miles of coastline and a host of high quality attractions.
Located on the east coast of Norfolk, one of the driest, sunniest counties in England, Great Yarmouth is Norfolk’s premier beach resort.
The town centre and market place are just a short stroll from the seafront. There are ...more info
Nestling on the ‘English Riviera’, Torquay is a stylish resort, making it a fantastic holiday destination.
The iconic palm trees and international marina could fool you into thinking that you’re in Monaco.
A visit to BBC's Countryfile presenter Adam Henson's Farm Park followed by a delighttful afternoon in Bourton on the water, 'Venice' of the Cotswolds.