Destination Guides 170
With numerous dog-friendly beaches (the majority of which welcome dogs all year round, without restrictions!), Dorset is a dog walker's haven - so if you are planning to a trip to this stunning part of the South West sometime soon, then you and your pup will be spoilt for choice! Read on for more.
Northumberland and Durham are the last two English counties before you reach Scotland. Despite the northerly location, they are both surprisingly easy to get to, whether you choose to travel by road, rail or air. So there is excuse not to visit! Carry on reading for a local's guide to Northumberland and Durham.
The UK’s coastline stretches for a staggering 11,073 miles (17,820 km)... If you add in the larger islands (such as the Isle of Wight and the Isle of Man), that number goes up to nearly 19,500 miles! So if you're planning a staycation, read on for our selection of some of the top seven destinations.
Sometimes, nothing beats exploring a beautiful area on foot. The walk from Bedruthan to Padstow along the South West Coast Path isn't for the faint hearted, and offers exceptional views of the coast, with its unspoilt landscape and mesmerising colours and wildlife. Read on for more.
The largest county in England, Yorkshire is a great expanse of moors, dales, medieval streets, 13th-century walls, one of the most beautiful Gothic cathedrals in the world, and much more, making it the perfect place to explore during a cottage holiday. Here's a guide on the top places to visit in Yorkshire.