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The vibrant heart of liverpool's historic waterfront, the Albert Dock's the place to see,. Blending old and new, it's contemporary, yet cultured; fun and friendly.
The historic town of Whitby with its busy fishing port, picturesque fishermans cottages, cobbled streets and Whitby Abbey.
Standing in 20 acres of parkland within the Wye Valley, this Grade I Georgian mansion enjoys a splendid lakeside setting, offering guests the tranquillity of the countryside together with the benefits of a top-class hotel.
Chester the classic contemporary city with its black & white half timbered building, shopping with a great mix of retailers,plus attractions like the city walls, Chester cathedral, and a stroll along the River Dee.
Durham is home to one of the most recognisable landmarks in the UK, the majestic Durham Cathedral, which along with the Castle presently housing the university overlook the River Wear.
It is said that an awful murder was committed in the dining room at The Old Swan and the victim cannot rest until the bloody act has been avenged. Can Gordon Summers, local researcher and fellow of the British Institute of parapsychology...more info
There's nothing like a day at the seaside, Blackpool, the home of the iconic Blackpool Tower & Winter Gardens.
Black Country Museum home to some of the the filming for the series Peaky Blinders is an award winning open air living museum that tells the story of the world's first industrial landscape with buildings, vehicles, objects and costumed c...more info
Baytree Garden Centre much more than a garden centre, a wonderful world of endless discovery set in 16 acres. Spingfields Outlet, a shoppers paradise with over 50 big name retail brands offering big discounts.
St Albans, a city in Herfordshire, a city of culture, history,entertainment, shopping all within a short distance of each other. All in the shadows of St Albans cathedral A beautiful example of old British architecture.