An Englishman's home might be his castle but when it comes to holidays his imagination run wild. Expect luxurious treehouses, cosy Mongolian yurts, nostalgic shepherds huts or state of the art eco pods set in deliciously green and pleasant corners of the land close to elegant country houses just like Downton Abbey or Mr Darcy's Pemberley.
Discover flourishing gardens, convivial inns, iconic coastal haunts, chocolate box villages and vibrant market towns.
Visit the nations capital. Historic, modern and cosmopolitan London is bursting with sights for sore eyes from the London Eye to Buckingham Palace or Tower of London to the National History Museum and so much more. Travel on the underground, by river bus along the mighty Thames, on an open top, red double decker or hire a Boris Bike.
Explore the rugged coast, unspoiled beaches, characterful harbours and magnificent seascapes of Devon and Cornwall. Tour the glorious rural Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty spread over six counties. Wonder at Dorset's magnificent Jurassic coast, chalk downs and steep limestone cliffs, parts of which have been designated a World Heritage Site. See Weymouth where Olympian sailors pit their wits against the elements and each other during the London Games 2012.
Travel around the peaceful border county and undulating hills (AONB) of Shropshire, birthplace of the famous naturalists Charles Darwin. Join in any number of vibrant festivals from folk, flowers, food and cartoons to Darwin and the Children's Bookfest. Visit historic sites, castles and hill forts. Browse colourful market towns and eat excellentlocal produce.
Enjoy city fun, coastal capers and the verdant countryside of Hampshire. There is something for everyone. The bi-annual Farnborough International Airshow takes place in July. There is a Cheese and Chilli Festival, a Seafood Festival at Lymington and the Winchester Hat Fair to look forward to as well as celebrations of music, watercress and speed.
Stonehenge and Glastonbury Festival are two great excuses to visit Somerset but there is more. From the historic cities of Bath and Wells to seaside fun at Weston, Burnham, Brean and Minehead. Irresistible family attractions include Puxton Park, Crazy Golf at Cheddar and Animal Farm Adventures.
The Peak District National Park might have been made especially for glamping. The rugged natural beauty of its peaty moorlands and limestone dales are dotted with sleepy villages and historic towns filled with hospitable folk who have been welcoming visitors since well before it became Britain's first national park in 1951. An ideal destination for keen walkers, cyclists and adventurers.
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