Visit Kent this winter and join in on our fantastic festive celebrations - from gingerbread and wreath making, fine dining at one of our historic castles, fun party nights and gloriously gliding around ice rinks; there is plenty to keep the whole family busy.
November 1st will see Capital Karts open Britain’s longest indoor Go Karting track. Three times the length of a regular track, Capital Karts offers an exhilarating racing experience just a stone’s throw from Central London.
For fans of Sherlock, due back on television screen this Autumn, this new two Moors way walking trip from Macs Adventure is the ideal way to explore the landscape of Dartmoor, inspiration for Hound of the Baskervilles, and neighbouring Exmoor first hand.
Lake District visitor attraction, Lakes Aquarium, has a frighteningly good array of activities lined up for October half term week, when children can get up close and personal with creatures, give themselves a few scary moments and also enjoy a ‘Wondrous Witchy Wednesday’ with a children’s author.
As the nights grow longer and Horribly Hideous Halloween approaches, the Tudor World Halloween Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon is busy organising even more ghoulish going-ons for this spine-chillingly spooky time of year.
The Lakeside Hotel & Spa, located on the shores of Lake Windermere, is stirring up a fantastic weekend break for visitors to take part in a one off cookery class and learn how to make a traditional Christmas Pudding.
Some of the UK’s finest autumn nature experiences can be had in the south west of England this autumn.
Healthy holiday specialist Satvada Retreats is hosting a four day ‘Art of Relaxation’ retreat near Framlingham in rural Suffolk from 29 November – 2 December 2013.
The Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running is warming up for its annual festival of fun and running in Inverness on 28th & 29th September.
Edinburgh’s Grassmarket is set for a medieval spectacle later this month hosting two days of family events commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Flodden over the weekend of 28 & 29 September.
Once the summer crowds have gone, autumn is a perfect time to visit Cornwall.
On 1 October, many of the West Country’s most popular beaches - having enforced seasonal dog bans over the busy summer - will be open to keen canines again.
The Isle of Anglesey has plenty to offer every kind of holidaymaker this autumn season, from relaxing foodie weekend retreats, outdoor adventures to historic trips discovering the gems of this beautiful Welsh isle.
Explore the Great British Countryside at its best this autumn with a trip to The Lymm Hotel, part of Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, and get a taste of true village life.
Anyone who feels in need of rejuvenation, a bit of self-exploration or adding some spice to a relationship would be making a good start by heading to Brighton & Hove this autumn, where the city will be hosting both The Love, Sex and Intimacy Fair and the Mind Body and Spirit Festival.
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