Ground floor: Living/dining room with patio doors. Kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Bathroom with Jacuzzi/spa bath and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double with patio doors 1 twin. Bathroom with ...
Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. Conservatory. Utility room. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double 1 twin.
Ground floor: Living room with tiled floor. Dining room/kitchen. 1 twin bedroom. Bathroom with bath shower cubicle and toilet. First floor: 1 double mezzanine bedroom with vaulted ceiling and beams.
Stunning scenery, from mountain to glen, remote isles to lively cities, Scotland makes for a great holiday experience. Whether it's 'bagging' a munroe or swimming in a loch, spotting red deer or bird watching, exploring the forests or whisky tasting there is so much to offer.
A hilly largely rural area in the Central Lowlands. With it’s former mining heritage there is lots to explore including the Scottish Mining Museum. Also worth a visit is the ...
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In the north-east of Scotland, close to the highlands. Moray is a famous whisky producing region, with fabulous mountains for ski-ing and walking in, wide bays and some of the ...
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Set in the Highlands, this area is famous for it’s fine golf courses, beautiful sandy beaches and stunning coastal walks, and arts festivals. Close to whisky producing areas and a ...
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In the Scottish Borders this unspoilt and less well known area has lots to offer from fishing in the Tweed to golf at Melrose. Some wonderful walks in the Eidon ...
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In the central Scottish Borders famous for it’s textile production, this is a great area to explore; rolling countryside, historic houses, ruined ancient castles and abbeys await you.
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Avoid airport chaos and explore the beauty and rich diversity of the UK and Channels Islands. From lodges in Scotland to a Cottage in Cornwall. There are some stunning areas to visit, glorious beaches, fascinating historic houses and gardens, great pubs and restaurants to try out, and always plenty of attractions to keep the kids entertained even in wet weather.
The Blue Flag is an environmental award given to Beach Operators who make a special effort to manage their coastal water environment and beaches. To attain the Blue Flag, Beach Operators have to meet a number of criteria covering environmental information and education, environmental management, safety and services, water quality.
The 15 UK National Parks are the real gems of our countryside - the special places nationally protected because of their beautiful countryside, wildlife and cultural heritage. They are living, working areas that welcome visitors and provide opportunities for everyone to experience, learn about and enjoy their treasures. A holiday in a UK National Park offers so many opportunities for outdoor activities; from mountaineering to mountain biking or simply strolling around and enjoying the view.
As the name suggests these are areas nationally recognised and protected for their natural beauty and distinctive character. When you choose a holiday in one of the 38 AONBs in England or Wales you are guaranteed beautiful countryside whether it's wild moorland, rolling hills or sandy beaches.