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Tucked midway between Torquay and Brixham on the English Riviera, Paignton is known for its beautiful award-winning sandy beaches, first class attractions and pretty harbour. Mixing up the nostalgic with the modern, the resort is all abo...more info
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.
Once owned by George V’s Lord in Waiting, Bembridge Coast Hotel overlooks the Solent and is set in 23 acres with walled gardens and a coastal path. The coffee lounge terrace has lovely views of the Solent and at night there’s...more info
Set on the Suffolk coast, near famous Southwold, Corton has all the easy atmosphere of a holiday home, with the creature comforts Warner is famous for. Built on a chalet theme, the rooms have clapboard design, with fresh pastel interiors...more info
Bournemouth, boasting seven miles of golden beach and clear blue sea, is a vibrant cosmopolitan town that has it all. Situated in the heart of Dorset on the south coast, it has one of this country’s warmest climates. It is an ideal...more info
Llandudno is Wales's largest resort, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, the award-winning North Shore and the quiet, sand duned West Shore.
Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edward...more info
If you can’t simply wait for Christmas to come or want a perfect warm up to the festive season, then why not join us in St Annes, to really put the icing on the Christmas cake. Enjoy superb Christmas Fayre prepared by ...more info
Experience Scotland’s mountains, lochs and glens including Fort William, Inverness, the Spey Valley and the famous Commando War Memorial.