Bodnant Garden created over 150 years has 80 acres of sweeping lawns, grand terraces and woodland within Conwy valley noted for its botanical collections.
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St Agnes Head is on Cornwall’s north Atlantic Ocean coast and part of the St Agnes Heritage Coast that stretches from Godrevy Head in the south to St Agnes Head. Read more [...]
Burghead is built on a peninsula that projects north-westward into the Moray Firth, resulting in the town having the sea on 3 sides. The Visitor Centre is in the former Read more [...]
Morte is a spectacular coastline of cliffs and coves, sandy beaches, dunes and headlands, important for its wildlife, archaeology and geology. Just some of the places to visit include: Baggy Read more [...]
At Moors Valley Country Park there is something for all ages. The park is mostly covered by woodland and is ideal if you want to enjoy a peaceful walk or Read more [...]
Brent Tor is on the western edge of Dartmoor, rising to 1100 ft (330m) above sea level. The Church of St Michael strands at the top of the Tor, the parish church of Read more [...]
The White Cliffs of Dover, one of England’s most famous natural landmarks a magnificent coastal site of Special Scientific Interest overlooking the English Channel. Spectacular coastal walks and cross Channel Read more [...]
Gylen Castle is a ruined castle, or tower house, on a rocky ridge at the south end of the island of Kerrera. The castle was built in 1582 by the Read more [...]
Cheddar Gorge is on the southern area of the Mendip Hills. A spectacular limestone ravine with rocks to a height of 100m (328 ft) and a winding road passes through Read more [...]
Ben More is the highest mountain and only Munro on the Isle of Mull, situated in the south of the island, above the shores of Loch na Keal. It is the Read more [...]
The New Forest is an area of southern England which includes the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest in the heavily-populated south east of England. It Read more [...]
The Birnam Oak is an iconic tree celebrated in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The Birnam Oak and its neighbour the Birnam Sycamore are thought to be the sole surviving trees of the Read more [...]