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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 »
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Rating:
4.75
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Destination: Plymouth
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
With a beautiful Devon setting, lashings of historical attractions to explore, and some great places to eat, Plymouth makes the perfect place for a weekend break... read more »
#3/50
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4.75
(4 comments)
Destination: Bristol
Home to historic cathedrals, theatre, pubs galore and Britain's most celebrated street artist, Bristol is a friendly and affordable alternative to London... read more »
#4/50
Rating:
4.6
(5 comments)
Destination: Edinburgh
There's more to Edinburgh than a festival - whatever time of year you visit you'll find plenty of entertaining ways to spend your time, including some you might not have thought of before...... read more »
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Rating:
5
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Destination: Isles of Scilly
The Isles of Scilly may be just off the Cornish coast, but they're like nowhere else in the UK, with beaches that could hold their own in the Med - ideal for a British seaside holiday with a twist... read more »
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5
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Destination: Chester
Chester's not short of cool places to shop and eat - but it's really hot stuff when it comes to history. If you know where to go, you can find fascinating treasures in the most unlikely of places...... read more »
#7/50
Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
Destination: Rye
The medieval town of Rye, in East Sussex, is the perfect place to spend a lost weekend. From cosy pubs to boutique shops, here's the definitive guide to what you should see...... read more »
#8/50
Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
Good things come in small packages: even counties! Rutland not only has unspoilt countryside and pretty historic towns and villages, but is also a gourmet's delight ... read more »
#9/50
Rating:
4.333335
(8 comments)
Destination: Godalming
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
There are few more quintessentially English towns than Surrey’s Godalming that are also within easy striking distance of London, and so perfect for a day trip or weekend break... read more »
#10/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Dundee
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Dundee has a colourful past and an even more colourful present, with historic buildings and naval masterpieces in a stunning setting on the River Tay... read more »
#11/50
Rating:
4
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The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre is closed for refurbishment, but Stratford still has great Shakespearean theatre and lots more to offer during a long weekend break... read more »
#12/50
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4
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If you're in need of a break from hectic city life, why not spend a weekend exploring the Welsh market town of Abergavenny by mountain bike, then indulging yourself in a gastropub or fine restaurant... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Kent
Trip type: Family
Want to take the children away for a fun, low-budget but totally unforgettable camping holiday? Look no further than the South coast of England – to Kent. There is far more to do than you might think... read more »
#14/50
Rating:
4
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With a wealth of myths and legends attached to it, Glastonbury has lots to offer as an alternative weekend break - especially if you like a good pub and fancy shopping for spell books and magic wands... read more »
#15/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Oxford
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Honey-coloured college quads, bicycling students in gowns and punts on the river – explore the stereotypes and more in Oxford, a great weekend break or a must-see on a trip around England... read more »
#16/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Bath
Bath is ideal for a weekend break, with great food, relaxing spas and interesting historical sights. It's also the perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside and nearby charming villages... read more »
#17/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Trip type: Cruise
Taking a canal boat from Glasgow to Edinburgh drifts you back through the centuries and reveals an altogether different perspective of central Scotland... read more »
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4
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Destination: Dundee
What have Desperate Dan and Captain Scott got in common? The answer is Dundee, so if you think Scotland’s fourth city has little going for it, other than a history of boiling marmalade, think again... read more »
#20/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Great Yarmouth
Trip type: Beach, Family, Short Break
Great Yarmouth, with its rich historic past and wide sandy beaches, was a popular seaside resort for generations. It is just as exciting today and is great for children and adults all year round... read more »
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