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.
There is no better time of the year to visit the Great Glen and Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands than autumn, when September and October can be mild and fine and the changing seasons dazzling patchwork of foliage on show wherever you look.
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.
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