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5
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Destination: Scotland
Trip type: Activity, Adventure, Eco
From rolling lowlands to majestic peaks and quiet lochs, the West Highland Way takes in the best Scotland has to offer – and hikers don't even carry their own rucksacks. Baggage handlers do that…... read more »
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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 »
#3/20
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5
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Destination: Cornwall
Trip type: Adventure, Beach, Eco
Cornwall is taking the lead when it comes to being green. Eco-friendly hotels and restaurants serve walkers, surfers, cyclists and those visitng the superb beaches and cultural offerings... read more »
#4/20
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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 »
#5/20
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4.5
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Destination: Scotland
Trip type: Eco, Honeymoon, Romance
Silver sand beaches, azure seas and no crowds (except at church on Sundays) - that's what you'll find on the Isle of Harris, a world apart from anywhere you've ever been... read more »
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4.5
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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 »
#7/20
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4
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When exploring the spectacular Trossachs National Park by train and bike, you can have your cake and eat it. In Aberfeldy and Glasgow, reward yourself in some of Scotland's best cafés... read more »
#9/20
Rating:
4
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Destination: Southport, Hornsea, York
Trip type: Activity, Adventure, Eco
Are you up for a challenge? Why not have a UK adventure holiday with a difference and cycle or walk the width of England along the Trans Pennine Trail... read more »
#10/20
Rating:
4
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Destination: Invergarry, Fort William
Trip type: Adventure, Eco, Romance
An hour and a half from the nearest train station, two hours from the nearest city, and not even accessible by road, Skiary lives up to the claim of being Britain’s most remote b&b... read more »
#11/20
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3.5
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The Fforest campsite near Cardigan, on the west coast of Wales, is the perfect place to unwind, and an ideal base from which to explore the area... read more »
#12/20
Rating:
3.5
(3 comments)
Destination: Cornwall, Newquay
Trip type: Beach, Eco, Family
Where can you experience a walk through a rainforest while eating a Cornish pasty? Read on...... read more »
#13/20
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3.333335
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Destination: Cardiff
Trip type: Activity, Cultural, Eco
If you're searching for an island off the beaten tourist track, look no further than the UK's Bristol Channel. Here you will find Flat Holm, an undiscovered haven that's just waiting to be explored... read more »
#14/20
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Destination: St Ives
Trip type: Beach, Eco, Short Break
Cornwall may be famous for its cream, spectacular natural coastline and artistic heritage - but it’s also a great place to go green, with plenty of eco-gems to discover in St Ives... read more »
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Destination: Scotland
Trip type: Activity, Eco, Short Break
In case you hadn't heard, camping's cool again - and you don't have to go far to pitch your newly trendy tent, because some of Europe's finest campsites are in Scotland... read more »
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Destination: Isle of Mull
Trip type: Eco, Short Break
The Isle of Mull is 45 minutes - and a whole universe - away from life on the Scottish mainland. Take a trip back in time to an island paradise... read more »
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By: Jo Page
Destination: Norfolk
Trip type: Beach, Eco, Family
Along the often deserted coast of North Norfolk are some of Britain’s best biggest and most beautiful sandy beaches, punctuated by pretty fishing villages, nature reserves and some excellent hotels... read more »
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Destination: Lancashire, Arnside
Trip type: Eco, Family
With ridiculously comfortable beds, a wood-burning stove and even a flushing loo, staying in a tent on Dolphinholme House Farm in Lancashire is camping, yes - but not as we know it...... read more »
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Forget what you've heard about deep-fried Mars bars or tartan tins of shortbread. Achiltibuie, in the north-west of Scotland, is an unexpected foodie paradise. Just make sure you go in the summer... read more »
#20/20
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Destination: London
More and more of London’s hotels and restaurants are now greening up their acts and changing London into a vibrant Eco City. Here are some highlights... read more »
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