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The city of Durham, home to the iconic Durham Cathedral and Castle World Heritage Site, sits at the heart of an extraordinary county where breath-taking countryside and dramatic coastline are dotted with cultural treasures.(Photo courtsey of Pixaby)
The largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands, Jersey is just 14 miles from the coast of France, giving the island a continental flair. Golden sands, sparkling seas, rugged cliffs, picturesque harbours and fascinating countryside are just a few of the natural attractions that await the visitor to Jersey. Situated on the edge of the Gulf Stream the island slopes from north to south to face the sun and boasts the best sunshine record in the British Isles and a climate which is generally milder in all seasons than the UK.(Photo's courtesey of Visit Jersey)
Weymouth’s fine Georgian seafront is an impressive backdrop to the long arc of fine, golden sand. The views from the bay are spectacular, stretching across the horizon taking in the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline.Weymouth's beautiful safe, sandy beaches, rich heritage and spectacular coastline make it a firm favourite holiday destination.(Photo courtsey of Pixaby)
Think York and many imagine the majestic York Minster, Viking York at JORVIK, and York Castle Museum and York Dungeon, but that is just the start of Yorks world famous attractions. Browse around the medieval shopping streets of Stonegate and the Shambles, revel in Yorks Roman heritage at the Yorkshire Museum, walk the city walls and discover Yorks royal history of kings, princes and Englands Christian history.
Situated just four miles from the mainland across the Solent, the Isle of Wight is often described as ‘The Garden Isle’, the wonderful scenery and attractive resorts make it the perfect place for a relaxing holiday. Enjoying anunseasonable amount of warmth and sunshine, more than half the Isle of Wight has been designated an Area of Outstanding Beauty.
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From gin-full tales of Brindle distilleries' cuckoo of Spring to hearthside fables at Samlesbury Hall, we explore the wonderful legends of Lancashire. Discover the stories behind the famous furniture of the Gillow family at Leighton Hall and cruise along the seventh wonder of the waterways, the Lune aqueduct to the city of Lancaster.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
South East England is renowned for its beautiful gardens and miles of stunning coastline. Rich in cultural attractions and is also home to gentle rolling countryside, two National Parks, and some of Britain’s driest weather!(Photo courtsey of Pixabay)
Within Cardiff, Wales’ capital city you’ll find unique attractions, top class entertainment and quality shopping with a difference – all within walking distance. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings and CardiffBay offers entertainment for everyone. Cardiff is a city proud of its culture, history and language which has undergone a fascinating journey over the last 2000 years.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
Discover an area renowned for some of the country’s finest food and produce. Tour highlights include the Malton Food Tour, meet the expert chocolatiers at York Coco Works and discover more than 85 brilliant Yorkshire artisan cheeses at Wensleydale.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)
Rural villages, lush green meadows, rich farmlands and sandy heath lands depicted by the famous painters Constable and Gainsborough. We visit the north of the county with its peaceful towns and villages. A visit to unique Lavenham and Bury St Edmunds enhances the tour. All this combines to give a holiday of particular charm and nostalgia for you to enjoy. Woodbridge is a delight, with bars and cafes overlooking the lake.(Photo copyright under Creative Commons license)