“A great outdoor theatre cut out of the rocks! An excuse to go down to Cornwall and watch great plays with the sea crashing down in the background. You do need to wrap up warm as you cannot guarantee the weather”.
“It is a beautiful seaside city, with a great atmosphere and lots to do. It has a fantastic outside dining culture, which really comes into its own in the summer. The Lanes are made up of many boutique shops and stalls and make walking round the city on the weekend very enjoyable”.
“Situated just outside the City of Swansea in South Wales. Gower was the first place to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Spectacular coastlines, beaches, outdoor activities and great cosy pubs make Gower a special place to visit. Make sure you try Laverbread, a tasty ingredient often served with cockles and made from locally gathered seaweed”.
“For a good summers day out, I recommend walking around the university colleges and Christ Church followed by punting down the Thames topped off with a refreshing pint at the Head of the River pub. Also if in the area then Blenheim Palace is well worth a visit”.
“Scotland has everything you could wish for in a UK holiday destination; from deserted remote islands to buzzing cities. Hire a car and lose yourself exploring mountains and lakes of spectacular beauty. Edinburgh makes a good base; a highlight of the city is Edinburgh Castle a majestic landmark dominating the skyline”.
“Sun, Sea, Surfers and Sunburn!
I had one of the best camping experiences here with a fantastic sandy beach and a local pub for that all important pint of Cider, all a stones throw from the site, perfect for a lazy holiday. If you are feeling more adventurous why not catch a few waves but remember the sun block so you don’t get caught out like I did, there definitely was a lobster on the South Beach that day!”
“The drive along the stunning Causeway Coastal Route leads to an area famous for rugged countryside, surfing beaches and scenic coastal walks. You can soak up history and ancient Irish legends at the Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce Castle or sample traditional Irish fare at local seafood restaurants and the Old Bushmills Distillery.”
“Bristol is the city of bridges, balloons, boats, bikes, Brunel and Banksy. Whether you’re looking for a great day out for all the family, a romantic break or a little adventure. There’s a fantastic range of things to do in Bristol from a stroll through the town centre, a boat cruise up the Avon, a noisy day at the zoo or relaxing in a boutique café for tea and cake.”