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5
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Destination: Ventnor
Trip type: Beach, Family
Prepare to be charmed by a secret and delightfully old-fashioned private beach, hidden at the bottom of a cliff on the Isle of Wight... read more »
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4.25
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Destination: Sedbergh
Trip type: Activity, Cultural, Family
Looking for a relaxing child-friendly holiday in one of England's most stunning spots? Then head to the quaint cultural town of Sedbergh in the rolling Yorkshire Dales... read more »
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4
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Gloucestershire's Forest of Dean is one of the UK's lesser-known but most beautiful forests. With oak woodland full of walking routes, cycle tracks and waterways, it makes for a great activity break... read more »
#4/7
Rating:
3.8
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Destination: London
Want to spend a day in London without breaking the bank? This guide reveals a host of East London attractions that are completely free - and well away from the crowded, well worn tourist track... read more »
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Rating:
3
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Often overlooked by holidaymakers intent on discovering the grander landscapes of the Scottish Highlands, the ancient county of Angus has lots to offer visitors at any time of the year... read more »
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3
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The Trossachs and Loch Lomond provide us with an easily accessible slice of Scotland highland scenery and a perfect short break. ... read more »
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0
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Destination: Guernsey
From glorious beaches and fabulous food to witches' magic resting stones and spooky burial chambers (not to mention peace, perfect peace), Guernsey has all the ingredients for an ideal short break ... read more »
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