As Scotland’s summer of sport comes to an end and the Ryder Cup fast approaches, Ayrshire & Arran’s Watersportscoast.com is inviting some of the world’s biggest golfers and sport stars to unwind and prepare for their next big events in one of Scotland’s premier watersports destinations.
According to new figures, Expedia.co.uk is seeing a huge increase in bookings for traditional seaside resorts in the UK, as the hot weather continues into September.
A region in North Wales with a national park of 823 square miles, Snowdonia is best known for its breathtaking views, rocky terrains, stunning seascapes and hidden valleys.
Make like a movie star and head to the Scottish Highlands for a break inspired by new film, What We Did on Our Holiday, starring David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connolly.
Scottish Cottage agency, Unique Cottages, has expanded is portfolio of properties for autumn and winter and is highlighting a selection of snug cottages each with a wood-burning stove to keep cosy by.
If there’s any corner of England more beautiful than the Cotswolds, or more quintessentially English, then it must be very special indeed.
Most wedding plans begin with an exhaustive search for that perfect venue. Gone are the days of modest ceremonies and simple buffets in favour of somewhere more original, memorable and unique.
The detailed plans for the new St Michaels Spa & Wellness Resort have now been submitted as a full planning application.
When the Chiltern beech woods around Henley on Thames blaze with colour as their leaves turn to red, deep brown and gold it signifies autumn's arrival.
This year, Kent is leading the way in culture-led regeneration. The county's wealth of history and tradition, mixed with fantastic landscapes and scenery is seeing Kent's cultural offering drawing thousands of visitors from around the world.
Action-packed family October half-term breaks – offering non-stop fun and ‘all weather’ entertainment – is the offer at Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks in Devon.
A 900-year-old cathedral with the longest nave in the UK is set to become one of the oldest places in the country to host a flower festival.
Celebrate Halloween and the October half term from 25 October – 2 November with a host of spooky family events in Shakespeare’s England. Carve pumpkins, enjoy family ghost trails, learn how to make potions and spells or simply enjoy an autumnal walk.
Visitors to Mid and North Wales are being encouraged to park their car and take the train in a new sustainable transport and tourism initiative.
For Downton Abbey fans with drawing room envy, or who yearn for a snooker room, Cumbrian Cottages has some grand country houses where you can live like Lord Grantham, even if it is only for a weekend.
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