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#1/7
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5
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Destination: Lowestoft, Southwold, Dunwich
Trip type: Eco, Family
The county of Suffolk is a place of many treasures - some of them utterly unexpected... read more »
#2/7
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5
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Destination: Padstow, Rock
A break in the Cornish fishing port is a must. Not only does it have fine food, a perfect setting and suberb beaches nearby, it's home to England's quirkiest tradition - the Obby Oss... read more »
#3/7
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4.5
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Where do you go for a traditional British family seaside holiday, with plenty to do when it rains – and without breaking the bank? How about the Yorkshire coast? ... read more »
#4/7
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4
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Great beaches, fine food and a dash of culture – there's plenty of summer fun to be found on Cornwall’s north coast... read more »
#5/7
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4
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Cornwall can be overrun with tourists – but there are still quiet cliffs and coves where you can watch the sunset alone and in silence. From Falmouth and St Agnes to Tintagel and St Ives, I pick five... read more »
#6/7
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3
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Fine cuisine in the marina, sea views,long,sandy beaches and a warm North-East welcome await you in Hartlepool, host port for the final leg of the Tall Ships Races in 2010.... read more »
#7/7
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Destination: St Ives
There are three very good reasons to visit St Ives right now: the ailing pound against the euro, a great new luxury place to stay, and a fantastic exhibition at the Tate ... read more »
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