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Weird and wonderful weekend breaks

Weird and wonderful weekend breaks

Escape the rain and the January blues with an abseiling adventure in Jersey, a whisky tasting weekend in Scotland or a kite flying festival in Cyprus.

Spring treats at Combe House Devon

Spring treats at Combe House Devon

Escape to the tranquil Devon countryside and enjoy a relaxing four night dinner, B&B stay for the price of three at Combe House, near Exeter - Devon Hotel of the Year 2010.

Chill out during the big chill at Four Pillars Hotels

Four Pillars Hotels has a New Year’s Resolution that will please everyone this year!

Bargain New Year skiing holidays to France

SkiWeekends.com is highlighting its great value, four-night skiing holiday by coach at New Year – departing 30 December – to France’s Three Valleys which is available for just £279 (saving £120) per person, based on two sharing.

Christmas cracker rates from Rothay Garden Hotel

Christmas cracker rates from Rothay Garden Hotel

Had enough of "the white stuff"? If you've just shivered and suffered your way through the last two weeks of snow, sleet and slush - and maybe been housebound as well - then why not get out and about into the clear Lake District air and recharge your energy levels before the Christmas festivities take hold!

Chill out after Christmas with Barceló UK’s Twixmas breaks

Barceló UK is offering the perfect excuse to take time out and relax after Christmas with a Twixmas break for two at any Barceló UK hotel throughout the country from just £47 dinner, bed and breakfast, per person per night.*

Big savings on short winter breaks

BookDirectRooms.com is featuring big savings on hundreds of winter breaks at a range of independent small hotels, boutique B&Bs, restaurants with rooms, guesthouses and inns across the UK.

Autumn chillin’ at Ireland’s Ice House

Autumn chillin’ at Ireland’s Ice House

Prepare to chill-out in style this Autumn with a luxurious stay at the Ice House, Ireland’s coolest boutique retreat, located in County Mayo, where you can relax and enjoy a two-night stay in a deluxe room with panoramic riverside views from just £285 per person including a lazy breakfast in bed each morning, a decadent meal in fashionable restaurant, The Pier, and a day of pampering at the stylish Chill Spa.

Journey through the afterlife at new London exhibition

On 4 November, a new exhibition will open at The British Museum that will explain how the ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead was thought to guide the deceased safely through the dangers of the underworld, ultimately ensuring eternal life.

Join Royal Caribbean for a Parisian mini-break

Join Royal Caribbean International's Independence of the Seas for a short break to the most romantic city on earth. A three-night Paris cruise only costs from £349.00 per person (based on two people sharing an inside cabin).

Celebrate autumn at Carden Park

Celebrate autumn at Carden Park

Carden Park hotel is encouraging guests to explore the beauty of the great outdoors this autumn with the launch of unique family friendly initiatives designed to make the most of the surrounding countryside and Chester city sights.

Celebrate autumn with a short break in Shakespeare Country

Celebrate autumn with a short break in Shakespeare Country

Celebrate Halloween and a host of spectacular events and attractions with an autumnal break in Shakespeare Country.

An autumn break on the Isle of Wight

St. Helens is a picturesque village on the Isle of Wight which is just a 10 minute stroll from the beach. Complete with its own village green it is a great base for an Island break at any time of the year.

Enchanting Halloween breaks at Dromoland Castle

Enchanting Halloween breaks at Dromoland Castle

Treat your little pumpkins to a spooky half-term break in style with a luxurious stay at Dromoland Castle in County Clare, Ireland’s most historic castle hotel, where all the family can experience five-star treatment in perfect Halloween surroundings and children stay free.*

Craig Doyle's Dublin

Many of us travel around the world visiting many cities for work and pleasure. But what makes us enjoy the areas that we visit? What makes us want to go back and visit the city again? Is it the view? Is it the friendliness of the locals? Is it the culture? Or is it a combination of all the above? One city that has it all is Dublin.