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Norfolk has a huge variety of wonderful gardens - ranging from the tiniest cottage gardens, to those spectacular formal stately home gardens and tranquil water gardens. Here are some of our absolute favourites – many of which are open all year round. Norfolk is never closed! Read on to find out more.
Nestling between Peak Hill in the west and Salcombe Hill in the east, Sidmouth finds its place on Devon’s stunning Jurassic Coastline at the mouth of the river Sid. Read on to find out more about this Regency gem.
The quiet area of Henham Park has started to hum with activity again as it prepares for forty thousand budding festival-goers to descend upon the site on the 13th of July. Latitude Festival offers a unique range of entertainment and as a result has been voted Best Family Festival in the past. Read on to find out more.
For lovers of literature, an author or even a particular book can be a good enough reason for a holiday. So, it’s not surprising that given 2017 is set to be a bumper year for literary anniversaries, VisitEngland has designated it “Year of Literary Heroes”. Read on to find out more.
As far as British holiday destinations go, Suffolk is one of the most rewarding and underrated. Picturesque, well-connected and coastal, the county combines stunning landscapes with a host of historic villages. Despite all this – possibly due to its perceived out-of-the-way location on the map – Suffolk’s pull hasn’t always been widely felt outside the boundaries of East Anglia.
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