It is a well-known fact that most people want to turn left when entering a plane and wander into First Class. If only they did the same when disembarking in London… turning left and discovering the South East of England.A hugely historical area that rivals Bath, Oxford , Cambridge and Salisbury any day of the week. And [...]
If you are looking to explore British history, look no further than Northumberland. The most northern county in England, this wild and magical land is drenched in the memories of days gone by. With more Castles than any other English county, it’s no wonder we have so many tales of battle and beauty to share….
Located in the heart of the UK, Nottinghamshire is a diverse county with a thriving city and cultural scene. Home to world-class sport, country landscapes, and quintessential traditions, a county steeped in legendary history and heritage.
Discover the legend that is Robin Hood where the tales of our most famous outlaw and his merry men have been enchanting audiences the world over for centuries. Explore the beautiful parkland of Sherwood Forest and observe one of Robin’s most famous hideaways…..
Located at the Southwest point of the Cornish coast is the beautiful town of Falmouth. Flanked by beaches, the world’s third largest natural harbour and the Fal Estuary it has long attracted visitors, marine traders and those seeking refuge from storms and in the past, war. It has hosted many regattas and has seen the start and finish of countless record breaking sea voyages.
The county of Yorkshire in the north of England should be familiar to you. Its windswept moors compete with Heathcliff for the title of ‘the most brooding character’ in Yorkshire born Emily Bronte’s novel, Wuthering Heights. The stormy coastline of the Yorkshire town of Whitby also sets the scene….
Wirral Peninsula is a timeless oasis with a Viking past and ideally situated between the two cites of Chester and Liverpool. Enjoy stunning views over the Welsh Hills and the River Dee on one side, and the spectacular Liverpool skyline across the River Mersey on the other….
Britain is brimming with historical attractions to visit, it’s one of the reasons it so popular with US visitors. It also has an abundance of places to stay, from brand named hotels, lesser known but equally as wonderful local properties, apartments, B&B’s, cottage rentals, pubs and inns. Did you know your can combine the two? Imagine staying within the walls of one of the most famous landmarks in Britain? Here are just four of the most well-known opportunities…
A new study from Visit Britain has revealed that Americans’ desire to experience Britain’s countryside and heritage is stronger than ever. The national tourism agency for Britain undertook a poll of 10,000 potential visitors….
European City of Culture in 2008, this is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city that manages to combine its fascinating historic legacy with a dynamic
cultural scene. Its location in the north west of England also makes it a convenient base for exploring its surroundings, and with a car hire it’s easy to get out and discover both the city of Liverpool and the countryside….
I’m lucky enough to have grown up in Wiltshire, a beautiful county, and one which I’m learning and discovering more and more about through my job. I grew up in the city of Salisbury with its stunning Cathedral (complete with the best preserved copy of the Magna Carta). It’s definitely worth at least a night staying in Salisbury as there’s a lot to do including two museums…….