Walking along the shores of Britain’s most beautiful stretches of water can be quite magical; you’ll find yourself in some very special locations close to nature and wildlife. Top of the list may be the Lake District, but we’ll mention a few equally stunning destinations you may not have thought of. Stocks Reservoir, Lancashire (image … More 7 Great Lakeside Walks in the UK
Over 100 beaches in the British Isles have been recognised for their cleanliness, safety, public amenities and quality of water by Keep Britain Tidy in this year’s Blue Flag and Seaside Awards. A Blue Flag is an internationally recognised symbol given to beaches and marinas for ‘high standards of management, cleanliness and safety’ – an … More Blue Flag 2018 – A guide to Britain’s cleanest beaches
Exercising the body and resting the mind – wellness breaks offer the perfect opportunity to get active amongst some of the UK’s most amazing scenery.
Relax in complete comfort afterwards with hot tubs, home cinemas, wood burners and more. Here are 6 amazing mind and body wellness breaks in the UK… … More 6 Perfect Mind and Body Wellness Breaks
Despite being surprised with more snow, spring is definitely on its way.
There are lots of tiny clues that spring is just around the corner, so dust off those winter blues and look out for these 11 signs of spring… … More 11 Signs that Spring is Springing (and where to find them)
While we’re not short of wonderful holiday homes, it’s the extra special accommodation that guests truly fall in love with. We’re talking about converted churches, old castles, boathouses, train stations and places that even we struggle to explain. … More 9 Truly Unique Properties to Fall in Love With
1. Lulworth Cove, Dorset: Undoubtedly one of the UK’s most popular coastal locations, and with the natural limestone arch of Durdle Door reaching into the sea, it’s one of the most iconic! 2. Rhossili Bay, Swansea: Located on the most westerly point of the Gower Peninsular, this is a wide sandy beach with wonderful views. 3. … More 10 of Britain’s Best Beaches for Summer 2018
The hen harrier is one of the North West’s very special residents and can be spotted flying high over the wild untamed moors of the Forest of Bowland. This is one of Britain’s rarest birds; it spends the summer months breeding in upland areas before heading for the southern shores of England in autumn, so … More Autumn Nature Highlights – spotlight on the hen harrier