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Barbados Guide

10/03/2020 -

Striking tropical landscapes, action-packed activities and glamorous island life. It’s no wonder that thousands flock to the sun-drenched paradise of Barbados every year. The eastern Caribbean island is only 21 miles in length and 14 in width, making it the perfect island escape for those all around the globe. Peak and off-peak seasons One of…Read More→

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A Guide to the Cotswolds

19/03/2019 -

After living and working in the Cotswolds for X years, we like to believe we are local experts on what to see, do, and most importantly, our knowledge on the holiday market is second to none. If you’re not sure if this is the area you’d like to invest in, then have a read of…Read More→

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Cornwall Guide

19/03/2019 -

Situated at the far south-westerly tip of the British Isles, Cornwall is known as a wonderful destination for those wanting to holiday in England. Whether you want to enjoy the Cornish Riviera in the South, the surfing and an active holiday on the North Coast or the many historical and visitor attractions inland, there is…Read More→

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Somerset Guide

19/03/2019 -

A county rich in contrasts with several areas of outstanding beauty, quaint villages built in local stone and tidal sea-side towns, Somerset is a beautiful place to holiday. Originally named by the Celts from Wales as the ‘Land of summer’ because of its vast green flat land, the Somerset Levels, it is rich pasture land…Read More→

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North Wales Guide

19/03/2019 -

North Wales offers an amazing array of attractions, from fantastically preserved castles, the scenic Snowdon national park, beautiful coastal towns as well as the slate caverns steeped in industrial history. Less than a two-hour drive from Liverpool and just 3 hours from Birmingham, the north of Wales and the Isle of Anglesey are easily accessible…Read More→

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Yorkshire Dales Guide

19/03/2019 -

Covering over two thousand square miles, the Yorkshire Dales offer a spectacular and beautiful landscape of moors, valleys / ‘dales’, hills and villages. Whilst underneath the surface lie caves and mines from its industrial past.   Are the peak and off-peak seasons? Like most areas in the UK, there is a peak summer season for…Read More→