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North Devon is blessed with wonderful gardens which are complemented by the lovely scenery which provides the attractive backdrop to our chosen gardens in Devon.
St Annes-on-Sea is a haven of tranquillity and calm - mixing the fabulous, old-fashioned holiday experience with top-class modern shopping facilities and cafes.
Warner Leisure Hotels are more than just a place to stay. Join us as we stay in this lovely and comfortable Grade II hotel set in pretty surroundings with its great choice of daily activities and leisure facilities. Every evening enjoy t...more info
On the doorstep of the vibrant town of Torquay, Babbacombe is situated high on top of red sandstone cliffs looking down over a stunning coastline and harbour and out across to Lyme Bay
Situated in popular Shanklin
The Massed Pipes and Drums, Massed Military Bands, Display Teams, Dancers and the haunting lament of the Lone Piper set against the magnificent backcloth of Edinburgh Castle makes this a truly amazing event….said to be the ‘...more info
Eastbourne is an elegant classic 19th century resort with a pristine promenade, 1930’s Bandstand and iconic Pier. The sunny seaside resort is a gateway to Beachy Head, the Seven Sisters and the magnificent South Downs Na...more info
You don’t have to be a rail enthusiast to enjoy the wonderful scenery of Devon & Cornwall from a different viewpoint on a train.
A fantastic trip to the North, staying in the beautiful Redworth Hall and visiting Durham, Beamish and Crook Hall.
Cornwall boasts one of the most spectacular and the longest stretch of continuous coastline in Britain, where there are tiny Cornish fishing villages, secret coves, spectacular beaches, sweeping bays and dramatic cliffs