Posts Tagged ‘England’

Camping in Cornwall during Winter

Last November, my friend Ollie and I decided it would be a good idea to go camping in Cornwall, the weather wasn’t too cold and we had already visited in late spring and late summer to experience some beautiful hot weather, so a bit of rain and wind wouldn’t be a disappointment. The drive down […]

Walking in Symonds Yat, Forest of Dean

Something Britain prides itself on is its luscious and diverse countryside. If you are a lover of wandering amongst the natural beauty of Britain, Symonds Yat offers many walks with spectacular views. Symonds Yat is a popular tourist destination just a few miles from the Welsh border and straddles the River Wye in the Forest […]

Good Cycle Routes in Europe

Cycling is on the increase according to retail figures, and this is leading to many avid cycle enthusiasts looking for exciting new routes to explore. In the UK we have some truly beautiful scenery which is served by well established cycle routes. There are a myriad of cycling holidays in Scotland, Wales, Ireland and England. […]

Preparing Foreign Currency

Holidaying in a foreign country can be quite a confusing time when it comes to preparing your holiday spending money. Many people use a currency converter to get a rough idea of what they will be getting for their money while pulling out the purse on holiday. It’s always advisable to think about what you’re […]

Holidays in the South West

The South West of England has long been a popular destination for tourists both British and from overseas. Holidays in the South West offer a diverse range of activities, both inland and by the coast. In this article we will cover a few great South West holiday destinations. By no means is this meant to […]

Holidaying in Bigbury-on-Sea

Devon has long been a popular holiday destination for the British holiday-maker, and with so much to see and do in the county it’s hard to know where to begin when suggesting to someone some holiday ideas.One destination which springs to mind, is the picturesque seaside village of Bigbury Bay. Bigbury has a village with […]

Beautiful Bournemouth

Beautiful Bournemouth is great for all ages Bournemouth is a relatively new part of established England: it was started in the 1800s as an attractive sea-side resort town, and today it thrives on that reputation with sun, sand and surf in plentiful supply. With plenty to see and do in Bournemouth, and temperatures that soar […]

Lake District Cottages

The Lake District is one of the most popular tourist destinations with holidaymakers from the UK and further afield, and it’s partly down to the stunning views and plethora of great walking routes. However, the sheer number of top quality cottages in the lake district makes this National Park all the more enticing for visitors. […]

Cycling The Tarka Trail

Cycling is becoming an increasingly popular pastime in the UK, with a long history of cycling and bicycle manufacture in Britain and an increase in gridlocked roads and overcrowded public transport, the humble bicycle is heralded by some as the answer to the nations traffic woes. More and more people are taking up this healthy […]

A Weekend In Birmingham

So, if you were to mention Birmingham, England to many people across the UK, it’s quite possible you would receive a screwed up face, maybe a snide comment about the accent or about the city being a culture-less concrete dumping ground which is only good for passing through en route to somewhere else. In this […]