Holidays in the UK including Glamping, Caravaning, Camping, Hotels, and Holiday Cottages
Families can enjoy a unique stay at Old Deanery Cottages, traditional Irish holiday homes in the enchanting village of Killala, County Mayo, with Irish Ferries Holidays. This part of Ireland is known for its miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, great surfing, shore and deep-sea fishing along with breath taking scenery.
The islands that make up Uist in the Outer Hebrides are famed for their amazing scenery, rugged landscape and spectacular beaches that give any holiday destination a run for its money. Accessible by a ferry journey that can take just two hours from the West coast of Scotland, Uist is the perfect place to experience a warm Hebridean welcome, Gaelic culture, delicious local food and enjoy the peaceful tranquillity of island life.
Inspired by forest bathing, the Japanese art of using nature to heal and unwind, guests’ senses are heightened whilst experiencing a spa treatment of their choice, listening to birdsong and feeling
Looking for a summer holiday where recharging and relaxing are the top priority? Leading outdoor accommodation provider Pitchup.com is encouraging British holidaymakers to head outdoors for their summer break, with time spent in nature well known as key to enhancing physical health and mental wellbeing.
A group of five family-run parks in Dorset is setting out to woo the growing number of people who are this year turning their backs on overseas holidays.
West Dorset Leisure Holidays says its newly redesigned website shows that the region has much more to offer youngsters and grown-ups than a sweltering foreign beach.
It has gathered together pictures and information on more than 120 attractions in easy reach of Highlands End Holiday Park in Bridport and its four sister-parks.
The Old Stable Cottage apartments and Zingaro Wagon is set in a wonderfully rural and peaceful area of mid/north Devon. Set deep in the countryside this is somewhere you can totally relax and take time to breathe in the fresh air. If you are looking for spend your time shopping and going out to bars and lots of restaurants then this is not the place for you. Here you can wander along quiet lanes, watch deer feeding in the field next door, listen to the abundance of bird song and gaze at the myriad of stars on a clear night. The perfect place to recharge and relax.
Boataffair, the ‘sharing economy’ boat platform, has launched an innovative new feature – a Boat Swapping Community. It’s an exciting first for the sailing world and follows in the footsteps of the successful home swapping model made popular by sites like Love Home Swap.
On the Boataffair platform, holidaymakers are already able to connect with boat owners in over 40 locations all over the world, and anchor away on a bespoke sailing experience based on a sharing economy model. It’s democratising sailing and yachting making it accessible to not just boat-owners, or the rich…
In 2019 the newly refurbished Shepherd's Cottage, on the private Scottish island of Eilean Shona, opens to guests for the first time. Following a full restoration after a long-term let, the remote, jewel of a cottage has been transformed into a romantic bolthole for two.
After the crackers have been pulled and the turkey eaten, many families start to turn their thoughts to their 2019 holiday dreams and whether it’s walking in the Cumbria hills or lazing on the Norfolk coast, the UK appears to has fallen in love with holidaying at home.
Last year, British residents took a whopping 47.2 million holidays in England alone, an increase of 6% on the previous year, contributing an incredible £14.1bn to the UK economy. But are they leaving themselves at risk by not taking out travel insurance?
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