Christmas and New Year
Luxurious, warm and cosy surroundings coupled with a sociable and friendly atmosphere await at The Raithwaite Estate in Whitby this Christmas.
Greater Grassmarket promises to turn into a Christmas shopping mecca this winter with a range of new shops and festive Saturday markets offering seasonal treats and gifts as well as helping visitors with their Christmas food shop.
Enjoy the spirit of Christmas in Shakespeare’s England with a whole host of festive activities including traditional carols, candlelit tours, craft fairs and Christmas markets, a Royal Shakespeare Company performance of Wendy & Peter Pan and the chance to see the first Shakespeare Birthplace lightshow. Shakespeare’s England has all the magical ingredients for a short break this Christmas.
P&O Cruises has availability for selected Christmas and New Year cruises. Perfect for those who dread the supermarket shop with the hoards, fear the piles of washing up or can't bear all the party planning - P&O Cruises does it all for you! With prices from £1,099pp, couples and friends can celebrate Christmas and New Year with a difference.
Rather than stay at home letting the double issue of the Radio Times be your Christmas guide why not head for an adventure overseas and team up with a real guide who will lead you to the trip of a lifetime?
Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort makes the festive season truly special, with the theme of sharing the celebration spirit.
Timing could not be better: On 29 November, Germania will launch a new flight connection from London Gatwick to Erfurt in Thuringia. Luck has it that the city's Christmas market opens on 26 November which means there is no excuse now not to pencil in a festive break in the Cultural Heart of Germany.
Edinburgh offers the picture-perfect setting to celebrate the festive season, expect twinkling lights, mammoth Christmas trees, a superb selection of independent and high street shopping and non-stop parties including the world's biggest street party at Hogmanay.
Autumn may be unseasonably mild at the moment, but we all know what’s coming. As short days, dark nights and cold conditions approach, instead of dreading it, why not embrace all that Europe has to offer at this time of year by booking an atmospheric short break?
Many people like the idea of going away from Christmas but assume that the prices will be through the roof; not so at Little Paddock in the New Forest where a three-night break over Christmas costs from just £46 per person per night.
Christmas in the West Country is a magical time to visit with the beautiful scenery often dusted with snow. Christmas parades and markets spring up across the region crammed with stalls selling unusual Christmas gifts, along with spectacular entertainment and a chance to sample local produce.
Gone is the glorious (and short lived) sunshine of the summer, replaced by crisp cold air and dark nights creeping in.
Visitors to Key West, the Florida Keys island at the southernmost point of the continental USA, can welcome in 2014 at four offbeat, warm-weather celebrations this New Year’s Eve.
With less than 100 days to go until Christmas Day, and the shops already putting up their Christmas displays, no doubt people are beginning to look for inspiration for their Christmas gifts.
Christmas in Bristol, the capital of the West Country, is set to be a showstopper this year with a brand new ice rink on Millennium Square and a season of first-rate theatre shows and concerts, including a star-studded pantomime at Bristol Hippodrome, television favourites ‘Only Men Aloud’ singing at Colston Hall and a beautiful adaptation of The Little Mermaid at one of the UK’s finest theatres, Bristol Old Vic.
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