Visiting the deserted village of Imber

Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire is well known as a training area for the Ministry of Defence (MoD), used for military training for many decades. However, this wasn’t always the case. Up until 1943, a quintessentially English village named Imber bustled with life in the middle of the plains.

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6 Great Reasons to Visit Kensington Palace

Discover the fun things you can do at Kensington Palace and the quirky tales you’ll uncover – a great day trip in London!

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How to get the most out of a weekend in Hay-on-Wye

Hay-on-Wye is a cute country town on the English/Welsh border that’s become famous for its large number of bookshops. Discover how to make the most of two days in Hay-on-Wye with our guide

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A stay at The Swan at Hay Hotel [Review]

The four star Swan at Hay Hotel is recommended as one of the best hotels in Hay-on-Wye, with famous guests including Bob Geldof and Johnny Vegas. Find out what Keri thought during her stay in a deluxe room.

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The best seasonal menu in Bristol? – A review of Hotel du Vin’…

Find out why we think Hotel du Vin’s Bistro winter menu might be the best seasonal menu currently available in Bristol – here’s our full review

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Where To Have A Staycation In The UK

According to recent statistics in The Telegraph, millions of us are changing our travel plans as a direct consequence of the EU referendum. With a…

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Spectacular Snowdrops Weekend at Newark Park, Gloucestershire

On a cold and misty February day we wrapped up warm and headed over to Newark Park, a National Trust property in Gloucestershire renowned for its snowdrops display

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