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5
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Destination: Cornwall
Trip type: Food and Drink
With fantastic places to eat (especially if you love fresh fish) and wonderful places to stay, Cornwall is well and truly on the foodie traveller's map... read more »
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5
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Edinburgh is full of great restaurants to suit all budgets. Scottish food is world class and the restaurants highlighted here all have one thing in common - they are fabulous!... read more »
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4.6
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Destination: Jersey, Jersey
From famous potatoes to fabulous fresh seafood, creamy dairy produce, cider and even wine, Britain's most southerly isle is heaven for hungry visitors.... read more »
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4.25
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Destination: Guernsey
Golden beaches, rolling hills, heavenly seafood - Guernsey has everything you could want from a far-flung island getaway. But this little slice of paradise is less than an hour's flight from the UK...... read more »
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4.25
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Although time and the comfort of modern living insulate us; a stormy weekend on the English north east coast shows how different and difficult a life by the sea used to be... read more »
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4
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Destination: St Ives
Summer may be over, but St Ives, the resort-cum-art colony on the southwest tip of England, is open for business year-round nowadays. Even in winter, there is a healthy charm about the place.... read more »
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4
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To enjoy world-class seafood, perfectly cooked and served up in romantic locations, you don't need to look any further afield than Scotland... read more »
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4
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From Britain's greatest novelist and a Victorian engineering genius to smashing seafood and an Italian ice cream heaven, the south coast resort of Broadstairs has got the lot ... read more »
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Destination: Gigha
Trip type: Short Break
Tiny and enigmatic, the island of Gigha in the Inner Hebrides is proof positive that size isn't everything... read more »
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Trip type: Short Break
Wild, rugged and windswept, the Lleyn Peninsula is west Wales at its best - which may be why many people seem keen to keep it a secret... read more »
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4
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Most visitors will know Padstow for its famous resident chef Rick Stein and his myriad of eateries, but there is so much more to this charming Cornish harbour town than fruits de mare and fine wine. ... read more »
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