Celebrate the festive season with fabulous food, lots of entertainment and great walks - ideal for walking off those Christmas excesses - on a Christmas UK getaway with HF Holidays.
The hunt is back on for ghosts and ghouls this October at Oxford Castle Unlocked as the award-winning Ghost Fest returns for the eighth year with its most thrilling line-up yet
Celebrate Halloween and the October half term from Saturday 26 October – Sunday 3 November with a host of spooky family events in Shakespeare Country.
With turreted castles framed by hills of purple heather, clear streams, dark tree lined lochs, whisky distilleries - and a cosy luxury hotel at the end of each day, a walking break in Highland Perthshire is a perfect active, Autumn escape.
Autumn is a truly magical time to visit the New Forest. The Forest comes alive with the red and gold of the changing leaves, the historical pubs light their log fires, and from mid-September pigs are let out for 'pannage' an ancient custom where pigs are let loose in the forest to eat the fallen acorns which are poisonous to the New Forest ponies.
The 24-day event will take place around the magnificent 11th-century St Albans Cathedral and in the Vintry Gardens.
September, October and November are some of the best months in the calendar to enjoy this orange and pleasant land.
The company which has been providing 'tips only' tours of the Highlands to holidaymakers for over three years is launching a new day tour to Loch Ness. The Ness Bus is designed to fully entertain travellers - not only while at Loch Ness - but also on the journey getting there.
The news we've all been waiting for - Natural Retreats is delighted to announce that its revolutionary new concept in the self-catering industry, The Inn at John O'Groats has opened its doors to guests.
A recent survey has shown that Lanarkshire visitors really do love it, with many finding that there is more to the area than they first thought.
The news that the Canal and River Trust, which looks after England’s inland waterways, is the first UK user of Google Trekker is welcomed by specialist boating agency Waterways Holidays.
Visit Essex has marked the start of its 2013 Discovery Coast campaign by sending some of its most familiar faces to the capital’s Gabriel’s Wharf to encourage Londoners to choose the 350 miles of Essex coastline for their days out and short breaks.
The Tour of Britain’s first ever summit finish - on Haytor at the heart of Dartmoor in Devon - takes place this September on Stage 6 (Friday 20th) of the Tour.
Bristol always pulls out all the stops to attract visitors over the festive period and this year's no exception, making it a perfect pre-Christmas weekend break destination, particularly as it's easily accessible from every corner of the country, either by road, rail or flight.
With falling numbers of Britons travelling abroad for holidays in recent years (according to the Office for National Statistics), Andy Torbet - Scottish explorer, extreme adventurer and BBC TV presenter - has been working with Hyundai to show that you don’t need to get on a plane to feel like you’ve got away from it all because the UK itself has spectacular potential for adventure.
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