Calm your FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) - VisitEngland's guide to the top 2014 holiday hotspots will ensure you don't miss a thing next year. From litera-tours through Hardy's Dorset and Shakespeare's Stratford to top cycle rides in the wilds of Yorkshire and the curves of the Olympic velopark, here's a sneak preview of England's top hotspots for 2014.
Ragley, the family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford, is launching a series of special Garden Open Day’s throughout 2014.
The stunning 5 star Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa and Island is located just off the West Coast Highlands of Scotland, a two hour drive from Glasgow.
Scotland’s leading activity cruise company has doubled its capacity for 2014 with the addition of a fantastic new 44m barge to its fleet.
Exclusive new waterside penthouses boasting glorious views of Northern England’s largest inland marina will be welcoming their first guests from January 2014.
Do you dream of fulfilling your inner cowboy and riding Western style against a backdrop of stunning landscapes? Would you like to get away from it all and share a few days with friends experiencing together riding across inspiring landscapes.
2014 marks the 300th anniversary of the accession to the throne of George I. From theatre-going and wining and dining to strolls through stunning English Country Gardens, VisitEngland rounds up the most timeless hand- me-downs from the 18th century.
One of Scotland's most dramatic golf courses, Machrihanish Dunes, is celebrating the Year of Natural Scotland by herding an unusual bunch of 'locals' back onto the course.
If you’re after a romantic break for yourself and your partner, London is a great choice. It’s near, so easily accessible, and has a vast amount of amazing romantic activities to send you both starry-eyed.
With a spate of new and refurbished luxury hostels opening throughout the country, a rush of British musicals hitting the West End and a 15% annual growth in cycling, VisitEngland predicts that "poshtels", the arts and lycra will all play a part in English holidays next year.
London is Europe’s biggest, busiest and most thriving city – and with its wealth of family and children’s’ activities, you and your clan will not be disappointed in your search for diversion and fun-filled days.
Ragley, the stunning stately home in Warwickshire, is to host a week of ‘Halloween Fun’ from Saturday 26 – Thursday 31 October.
Shakespeare Country, the private tourism promotions body responsible for promoting South Warwickshire & the Cotswolds, is delighted to announce the launch of its new website plus a number of new initiatives aimed at helping local tourism businesses more effectively promote themselves.
The latest Met Office figures show that England this year experienced its warmest, driest and sunniest summer since 2006.
We are now waking up in the dark and the nights are drawing in as we head through autumn into the fast approaching winter months.
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