• Eden Camp is a former WW2 prisoner of war camp, which has been transformed to transport you back to life and times on both the front line and the home front.

  • There are many places to take the kids in and around York, and one of those is the Yorkshire Museum, which will give you a glimpse of life in and around York through the ages.

  • Comer Woods is part of the National Trust Dudmaston Estate just outside the historic Shropshire town of Bridgenorth.
    Trails crisscross Comer Woods, which now includes a shared-use Explorer trail that’s ideal for […]

  • Beeston Castle dramatically commands views over the Cheshire plain, standing atop a large rocky hill.

  • Teversal Campsite is run by the Camping and Caravanning Club*, right next to the Silverhill Wood Country Park with the Teversal Trails for cycling or walking.
    If you can’t bring your own bikes, don’t worry. You […]

  • Usha Gap campsite is nestled in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.

    Firepits are available (no charge), and so you can enjoy a campfire under the Dark Skies of North Yorkshire.

    The campsite is based on a working […]

  • Looe Country Park caravan and campsite is around 3 miles from Looe town in the rolling hills. It is very peaceful and relaxing. We have large pitches so enough room for everyone …. and the dog. For a small site, […]

  • Serven House has been here since before 1600 and has been a pub, stables, and hostel next to a ford on the River Severn.
    It was a stop-off point for horse-drawn barges that travelled down the river.
    Outside […]

  • Ayr Holiday Park is only a short distance from the town centre and beaches of St Ives, being only 1/2 a mile.
    This is 5 Pennant AA holiday park.

    With both camping, touring, static caravans, apartments, and […]

  • Situated 3 miles from St.Ives in Cornwall and 5 miles from Penzance in the beautiful, quiet Cornish countryside.
    There are good walks, bike rides, and surfing all nearby.

    Lower Penderleath Farm has both a […]

  • Maker Camping is a ‘wild basic site’ open from Easter to the end of Sept.

    It is located on the beautiful Rame Peninsula, also known as Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner only 5 mins drive from the surf beach at Whits […]

  • Lee meadow campsite is set in 27 acres, with extensive woodland to one side and rolling hills to the others.
    Fine views can be enjoyed of the Bristol Channel out towards Wales.

    We are only 1 ½ mile from the […]

  • Northdown Farm is an area of land running from Osmington Hill down to what is known locally as ‘Paradise Valley’. The valley is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is well served by footpaths and […]

  • Award-winning Rudding Holiday Park, 3 miles south of Harrogate and only minutes away from the A1 motorway, is easily accessible and an ideal venue to visit Yorkshire’s many attractions.

    There are an extensive […]

  • Leap Castle is called Ireland’s most haunted castle, and I’ve even seen it said, the most haunted castle in the world.

    The precise date Leap Castle was built is unknown, but it’s estimated to be around […]

  • Sitting on the craggy Antrim coast is Dunluce Castle.
    Built back in the 1500s by the McDonnell family, who were from Scotland, the castle’s precarious position was its downfall. Back in 1639, the kitchen, and […]

  • This 700-year-old castle towers over the narrow streets and harbour of Conwy.
    This is a World Heritage Site and an amazingly preserved medieval castle, built by Edward I in just four years.

  • High on a hill overlooking the town of Welshpool in Powys is Powis Castle.

    This was once a medieval stronghold and has over 700 years of history. Now it’s a great place to take the kids.

  • Though Leith Hall might not look like a traditional castle with battlements, it has been around since 1650, lived in by the Leith-Hay family until just after the second world war.
    After taking a tour of the […]

  • For five hundred years, Spynie Palace was a bishops palace.
    It contains St David’s tower, the largest surviving tower house to survive in Scotland.
    And although this was meant to be a palace for bishops, it has […]

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