Visit Hastings for an Exciting Cultural Holiday

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Hastings is more than just a historical attraction …

Best known for the Battle of 1066, there’s no denying that Hastings boasts a fascinating history. Yet there is so much more to this UK city to discover. Whether you are searching for the perfect day trip, family getaway or romantic break for two, Hastings has something for everyone and the Visit Hastings visitor guide will help you in the right direction.

There is no shortage of attractions in Hastings for all the family. Of course history enthusiasts will want to explore the site of the famous battle, but the ancient castles of Bodiam and Herstmonceaux also offer exciting insights into the past. If family friendly entertainment is your goal, why not take a ride on the West Hill Cliff Railway, or try your hand at a round of crazy golf at the biggest adventure golf complex in the UK! The Visit Hastings brochure will advise you of all the most interesting places to see and visit during your stay.

Whether you are staying for a weekend or are planning a longer break, Hastings is the ideal spot for a beach holiday. Camber’s unspoiled sand dunes are the perfect place to relax on a sunny day and enjoy the ambience of this quirky resort. If country pursuits are more your style, take a stroll through the Hastings Country Park or admire the beautiful gardens at Pashley Manor.

There is an unrivalled choice of accommodation in the Hastings area to suit all tastes and pockets. Whether you need a budget friendly campsite, a cosy B&B or a luxurious hotel, you are sure to find a suitable property. Or how about something to make your stay a little more unique? Step back in time to the glamorous Victorian age at the St Benedict B&B, or experience a taste of 16th century elegance at Wickham Manor.

No stay in Hastings would be complete without sampling some delicious local fare, and the Visit Hastings brochure can help you to pick out the perfect restaurants to suit your tastes. From traditional pub lunches to the finest European cuisine, and from quaint tea rooms to exotic curry houses, you’ll be spoiled for choice.

Whatever you love to do, Hastings is the perfect place to do it. So order the Visit Hastings holiday guide today and discover the timeless excitement of 1066 country.

Isles of Scilly – Your next Island Holiday

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Take an Unforgettable Island Holiday to the Isles of Scilly

Unique, uncrowded and unspoiled, the Isles of Scilly are the perfect place to get away from it all, whether you are looking for the perfect romantic weekend, an unusual day trip or a relaxing family break. This Isle of Scilly visitor guide will help you to plan the perfect island holiday and make the most of this wonderful destination.

Just off the Cornish coast, the Isle of Scilly is a great place for a UK holiday. Even arriving on the islands is an adventure, with the chance to fly on an intimate plane or take a scenic ferry where you could even spot whales and basking sharks! The islands themselves have something for everyone, from first class opportunities for bird watching to a host of exciting sporting activities like horse-riding, windsurfing and cycling.

Discover all the best attractions on the islands within the Isle of Scilly visitor guide. Rich in history, you can explore Iron and Bronze Age tombs and burial chambers as well as the King Charles Castle at New Grimsby which dates back to the 16th century. There are also plenty of iconic landmarks to explore, including Pulpit Rock, The Stack and the 19th century Bishop Lighthouse.

The Isle of Scilly visitor guide makes it really simple to find the perfect place to stay. With comprehensive listings of all the best accommodation in the area, you’ll definitely find the ideal property to suit your needs, whether you are looking for a budget camping trip, a family self catering cottage or a luxurious hotel. Discover pampering spas, unusual holidays on sailing boats, or glamping at Peninnis Farm.

The Isles of Scilly are An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so what better activity to enjoy than exploring the wilderness. From beautiful beaches to stunning nature trails, there is no better place to get back to nature. Even better, dogs are welcome almost everywhere, making the Isle of Scilly a wonderful place to take your four legged friend.

Discover the beautiful Isle of Scilly when you order the visitor guide today and start planning your next trip!

Visit Blackpool – A Beach Holiday with a Big Heritage

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A seaside town with a big heritage, Blackpool is one of the most iconic beach resorts to visit on your UK holiday. Order the Visit Blackpool holiday brochure today and plan your perfect family break, beach holiday, hen night or romantic weekend.

There is no shortage of things to see and do in Blackpool. With so many attractions, it couldn’t be easier to keep the family entertained, even if the weather doesn’t cooperate. Of course, there is always the enormous beach with its traditional donkeys and endless sands, but there is so much more to this exciting resort. The thrilling Pleasure Beach with its white knuckle and family friendly rides is a fantastic way to spend the day, while the Blackpool Zoo gives everyone the opportunity to get up close to all their favourite animals. For those looking for indoor adventure, the Blackpool Tower Dungeon is a terrifying attraction, not for the faint hearted, while the Sandcastle Waterpark is the ideal place to splash around to your heart’s content or ride the Master Blaster, the world’s longest indoor rollercoaster waterslide. Discover all of Blackpool’s best attractions in the Visit Blackpool brochure, your key to having the best family break.

No trip to Blackpool would be complete without a visit to the iconic Blackpool Tower which is an all day attraction in its own right. Explore the town’s history at the Blackpool Tower Eye and admire the view from the breathtaking Skywalk, enjoy the clowns at the famous Blackpool Tower Circus, or take a waltz around the floor in the Tower Ballroom.

Whether you are staying in Blackpool for the weekend or are planning a longer holiday, you are sure to find plenty of suitable accommodation in the Visit Blackpool holiday brochure. From award winning hotels to budget friendly B&Bs and from family friendly campsites to luxurious self catering apartments, you will love the selection of properties on offer. If you’re planning a trip to Blackpool, why not visit during Autumn when the famous Blackpool Illuminations take place. See the town in a whole new light, ride the iconic trams and celebrate this fantastic resort at its best.

Of course Blackpool is famous for its nightlife, but there are plenty of fine restaurants and cultural activities too. See outstanding shows at the Winter Gardens or the Grand Theatre, sample the best local cuisine Rowley’s or dine on the finest international dishes at Beach House where you can be inspired by stunning coastal views.

Whatever you enjoy, you are sure to find something to your taste in Blackpool!

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Packed for Wales? 7 essentials to get you prepared…

Whoever you are, few places will keep you as happy on holiday as Wales will. The 2015 Wales View guide gives you inspiring ideas to make your next visit one that stands out. So whatever your plans for the year, take a break from your routine and experience the potential that Wales has to offer…

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    • Your BikeKeen cyclist? Whether a leisurely ride or an adrenaline-pumping, downhill-dash, Wales gives you every terrain you’d ever want for the perfect cycle ride

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    • 2. A towel
      Miles of coast means a mass of watersports – surfing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking and, of course, swimming
    • Walking Boots
      With so many wondrous landscapes to see and walk through, you’ll want to keep your feet comfy
    • Golf Clubs
      Enjoy the perfect backdrop to your game with indulgent courses set in picturesque locations – perfect for unwinding
    • Fishing Rod
      Take some time for yourself, relax by one of the infinite river-side spots and enjoy some fishing the way it was meant to be

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  • Your Appetite
    Trying the local delicacies is a must. From organic lamb stews to tantalising, traditional welsh cakes, make sure you work up your hunger by dinner-time!
  • A Camera
    Whatever you do, you’ll want to capture it on film. And with mountains, beaches, valleys, towns and thriving city centres, there’s a lot you’ll want to remember

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You choose what you want from your next break. Just make sure you’ve seen all the options.

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West Norfolk – everything you need for the perfect day

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Few corners of the UK offer as much holiday diversity and fun-filled opportunities as West Norfolk. With a location so glorious, you’ll want to cram in as much as you can. Get a head start HERE.

Start your day at Hunstanton Resort, characterised by its friendly rural character and timeless seaside feel. Grab a coffee or an ice-cream and head out towards the beach. Explore a coast made famous by its striped chalk cliffs, magnificent horizons and mossy natural habitats.
Wander along the coastal paths and you’ll stumble across a plethora of quaint villages and beaches, all boasting traditional seaside treats, breath-taking views and cosy pubs to grab some refreshment.

Don’t miss out on the spectacular natural domes at Holkham beach.


Head away from the sea and into West Norfolk’s tapestry of idyllic countryside. South of King’s Lynn you’ll find the sprawling open space of the mysterious and magical fens – perfect for a picnic, a bike ride or for losing the crowds!


If you’re getting out of breath, head to Downham Market for an afternoon sit down where the bustling market and traditional tea shops will treat you to life’s simple pleasures. Lose yourself amongst local stalls and historic buildings or even climb to the top of the famous windmill for must-see panoramic views.


The evening may be fast approaching but your day is far from over. Whether you’re looking forward to a romantic dinner, an early night or an evening of entertainment, a bustling events list, indulgent accommodation and thriving local arts will guarantee to round off your day perfectly.

This is just a tiny taste of what West Norfolk has to offer.

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5 reasons why you CANNOT miss out on a Cornish holiday


1 Relax, unwind or hit the waves on world-famous beaches
Picture golden sands, azure waves and a warm, gentle breeze…all without going through customs.
With 80% of Cornwall surrounded by sea, there are a lot of beaches to choose from. So surf, sunbathe and sandcastle to your hearts content.

2 Be entertained by once-in-a-lifetime shows
Cornwall’s colourful heritage will transport you to a world where the extraordinary comes to life.
How about a folk gig on the beach at sunset? Or the famous classic VWs festival?
Take a sneak peek at the events list and make sure you don’t miss out.

3 Marvel at the mystery of ancient relics
Soak up the atmosphere of castles, ancient monuments and Cornwall’s animated history.
Play ‘king’ at Launceston Castle, stroll the gardens at Port Eliot House or venture into the eerily beautiful Carnglaze Slate caverns. Don’t just see it, join in and take part with interactive attractions.

Fresh food from the sea

4 Make eating out more than just a meal
Being next to the sea has more perks than just the beach.
Think battered cod as long as your forearm, think freshly caught lobster, think al fresco wine tasting…or maybe just think authentic pasties for a picnic lunch.
Whatever you fancy, Cornwall’s mouth-watering cuisine will provide.

5 Soak up the scenery with unique natural wonders
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No words can describe the feeling of looking out to a sea illuminated by the million glittering lights of sunset. Cornwall’s natural beauty gives you a uniquely rugged coastline just waiting to be explored.
The only way to experience it is to see it.

So make a plan and go see it.

Start planning your trip here.