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Holiday Destinations

New Forest, Hampshire

The New Forest is an area of southern England that includes New Forest National Park. The region is known for its heathland, forest trails and native ponies. In the southeast, the National Motor Museum houses F1 race cars and vintage motorbikes. Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway is home to exotic trees, plus colourful rhododendrons and azaleas. Owls, otters and wolves are among the residents of New Forest Wildlife Park.  For the little ones, Peppa Pig resides at Paultons Theme Park on the Edge of the New Forest

Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is an island off the south coast of England. It’s known for its beaches and seafront promenades such as sandy Shanklin Beach and south-facing Ventnor Beach, which is dotted with vintage beach huts. Dinosaur remains and fossils can be seen in areas like Compton Bay and Yaverland Beach. On the island’s western point, The Needles are 3 huge, white chalk rocks, guarded by a 19th-century lighthouse.  In East Cowes is Osborne House the Former Home of Queen Victoria & Prince Albert & Well Worth a Visit


Somerset has stunning views across open countryside, sandy beaches, superb strawberries, Cheddar cheese and cider! The county is famous for its Glastonbury Festival & illuminated carnivals, Visit The Wonderful City of Bath and see the 2000 year old Roman Baths.


Dorset has one of the best known coastlines in England. Extending eastwards from Lyme Regis the coast has numerous sandy beaches, perfect for family holidays. The town of Poole is home to one of the world's largest natural harbours and there are many nature reserves and marine parks along the coast. Notable amongst these is Chesil Bank, a huge pebble beach stretching from Weymouth to Bridport. There are also many attractive and unique coves such as Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.


Wiltshire has been a special place for a very long time and our World Heritage Site stands testament to the ages. Stonehenge and Avebury have a magnetism that has drawn people to them for centuries.  On the ‘must see’ list alongside the World Heritage Site is the medieval city of Salisbury with its magnificent cathedral, Longleat and the National Trust’s gardens at Stourhead. Renowned for our iconic white horses carved into the rolling downs, almost half of Wiltshire is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty


Devon offers freedom. Its rippling, beach-fringed landscape is studded with historic homes, vibrant cities and wild, wild moors. So here you can ditch schedules and to-do lists and hike a rugged coast path, take a scenic boat trip, or get lost in hedge-lined lanes that aren't even on your map. Surfing, cycling, kayaking, horse riding, sea swimming or barefoot beachcombing


Cornwall is a land defined by its spectacular coastline which tapers out into the Atlantic Ocean. The dramatic granite cliffs of Land's End, picture postcard harbours, the wide sandy beaches of the north coast have all made Cornwall a holiday favourite for generations. But Cornwall also has a rich cultural heritage and this has left an indelible mark on the landscape. The Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Helligan are two wonderful places to visit

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