Shropshire based boutique hotel Fishmore Hall has launched a hobbit package to celebrate the film release, and the county's connection with Middle Earth.
With a wealth of heritage, theatre, arts, festivals and glorious gardens, there is so much to experience in Shakespeare Country in 2013.
Who needs to head to the Alps, asks Scottish Cottages, pointing out that early snow means lifts and pistes in Scotland’s premier resorts are already open.
2013 sees a fresh look to one of Cornwall's much loved festivals. The Fowey Festival of Words and Music is the new name for Cornwall's most popular festival of arts and entertainment, formerly The du Maurier Festival, Fowey.
Hereford's stunning Grade II listed country house Dewsall Court has announced its launch to the consumer travel market.
The handsome Hell Bay hotel on Bryher in The Scillies has announced the 2013 dates for three very unique packages.
Whimple Farm is a beautifully renovated Grade II Listed house sleeping 12 guests. It is set in 50 acres of magical woodland within a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty and Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) alongside the River Tamar.
England has a starring role alongside Helena Bonham Carter in the atmosperic adaptation of Great Expectations - just one of a series of star turns for England, which features in huge cinema releases next year.
The London Dungeon, one of the UK's most iconic attractions, will re-invent itself in March 2013 when it opens a new bigger, bolder and better attraction in the vast underground vaults of County Hall on the South Bank, next to the EDF Energy London Eye.
Norwich, a unique city destination with thriving award-winning independent businesses, UNESCO City of Literature status and an exciting cultural 2013 ahead.
Visitors to the Lake District are set to start 2013 in style with a relaxing seasonal cruise on England's largest lake, coupled with some retail therapy at one of the region's premier shopping outlet centres.
All-inclusive boating holidays from the base at Horning in the Norfolk Broads are being introduced for 2013 courtesy of specialist boating holiday agency, Waterways Holidays.
Built in 1863 Golden Hill Fort's imposing fortified structure rises sixty meters above the North West coast of the Isle of Wight Hidden by a moat that rises to its outer walls, this secret fort can now be booked for breaks with Blue Chip Holidays.
The 900-year-old ‘New’ Forest really is a four-season destination and winter is a great time to visit.
Seaview House, a sumptuous Cornish coastal escape perched above Newquay Harbour with dramatic, uninterrupted and far reaching panoramic views, has become the latest luxurious seascape property to join the Blue Chip Holidays portfolio of high end self catering holiday homes.
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