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#1/25
Rating:
4.8
(6 comments)
A mighty castle,a huge cobbled market place,an original Georgian theatre where you can appear onstage,walks beside the tumbling brown River Swale- fine ingredients for a special break,don't you think?... read more »
#2/25
Rating:
4.8
(6 comments)
Destination: London
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Home to artists and intellectuals in the 1930s and the University of London today, Bloomsbury's Georgian garden squares, museums and galleries are well known, but there are hidden spots to discover... read more »
#3/25
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Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Destination: Broadstairs
Trip type: Beach, Family, Short Break
Broadstairs has so much to offer, from summer festivals and rock pools on the beach to the best ice cream parlour for miles - you certainly won't be bored... read more »
#4/25
Rating:
4.5
(9 comments)
Destination: Manchester
Manchester more than lives up to the 'hedonistic party town' hype, but the city also has much to offer in the daytime. Read this guide to learn more about Manchester's lesser-known sober side...... read more »
#5/25
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Rating:
5
(1 comment)
Destination: York
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break, Spa
Middlethorpe Hall hotel and spa in York is the perfect spot for a bit of luxury and a lot of mother-daughter bonding... read more »
#6/25
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Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
With rugged cliffs and picturesque coves, tumbling waterfalls and historic castles, Northern Ireland is tailor-made for the kind of idyllic family holiday that childhood memories are made of... read more »
#7/25
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 »
#8/25
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 »
#9/25
Rating:
4
(2 comments)
Destination: Glasgow
Scotland's Glasgow is emerging from its dark past into an era of stylish shopping, trendy designers, fantastic Victorian buildings and some top-notch food... read more »
#10/25
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: London
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Greenwich is a must for anyone with an interest in naval history - but this fascinating part of London offers fine architecture, fine art and fine food as well... read more »
#11/25
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 »
#12/25
Rating:
4
(4 comments)
Stepping stones, cascading water, ducks under the bridge-English village life at its very best. Add in a great pub or two and you have the perfect getaway; and you can help save the environment too! ... read more »
#13/25
Rating:
3.75
(5 comments)
Newcastle-upon-Tyne has a well deserved reputation as a hard drinking city. But you can also have a very enjoyable short break there while remaining stone cold sober... read more »
#14/25
Rating:
3.666665
(7 comments)
A little known fact about London is that, sometimes, you can find a little village nestled in a very big city. Bermondsey Street is London's next village high street. ... read more »
#15/25
Rating:
3.5
(3 comments)
Destination: Bristol
Bristol is perfect for a weekend getaway with museums, quirky shops, fine food, fine dining, parks and beautiful architecture. Discover the real Bristol with my insider's guide to the British city... read more »
#16/25
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Rating:
3.5
(2 comments)
Spend a weekend city break in Newcastle Gateshead, and you can discover cupcakes, culture and a city that never sits still... read more »
#17/25
Rating:
3.5
(3 comments)
Destination: Glasgow
Always an exciting city to visit, Glasgow has upped its game even more in readiness for Scotland’s ‘Year of Homecoming' in 2009. There's never been a better time to go... ... read more »
#18/25
Rating:
3
(1 comment)
Destination: Cambridge
It may be famous for its university, but a short break in Cambridge doesn't have to be spent studying. Read my alternative suggestions from visiting a festival to punting on the River Cam... read more »
#19/25
Rating:
3
(1 comment)
Destination: London
Gatekeeper to centuries of history, South Kensington is the place to explore new things and admire humankind's achievements. Here's my guide to its museums... read more »
#20/25
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Rating:
3
(2 comments)
Destination: Glasgow
Scotland’s largest city bursts with personality – so pack your mac, and a sense of humour, and you won’t go far wrong in Glasgow, one of the UK’s friendliest places ... read more »
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