Posts Tagged ‘hotels’

Carbon neutral hotels

The hospitality sector is leading the way in the global campaign to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with a rapidly growing number of carbon-neutral hotels. Being carbon neutral as a business, organisation or individual simply means doing things to remove as much carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as you add to it, creating a “zero carbon […]

Autumn in Ross on Wye

Ross on Wye is a quaint old market town situated in the heart of Herefordshire. The town sits high above the River Wye and is clearly visible for miles around. The church steeple is marker for Ross, both day and night. The town owes a great deal to the philanthropist John Kyrle and his achievements […]

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 […]

Tourism In Leeds

Over recent years the English city of Leeds has become a vibrant and exciting place to visit. Leeds has always been a large industrial conurbation and as the capital of the Yorkshire and Humber region, it is now one of the UK’s fastest growing cities. Quality of life, a rich and diverse cultural make-up, a […]

Planning A Trip Around Australia

So you’ve decided to take some time out backpacking, you’ve done your research and decided on Australia. Australia is the sixth largest country in the world by area, and yet it’s population is around a third that of the United Kingdom. If you’re heading out to this vast continent you’re going to need to do […]

Bed & Breakfast in The Wye Valley

The Wye Valley is, in parts, an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and is a popular tourist destination. In fact, The Wye Valley was one of the first areas which gave rise to the UK tourist industry during the Victorian era, with tourist handbooks and quaint and accessible rail journeys from all over Britain. […]

Accommodation in Herefordshire

Herefordshire straddles the border between England and Wales and has a low population density of around 180,000 people for the whole county. It exists as one of the most rural counties in England, and as such, offers stunning scenery which consists of rolling wooded hills, farm land and the beautiful River Wye. Where to Stay? Herefordshire […]