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On the Bed and Breakfast Guide we have produced a number of articles to offer an informative insight into B&B travel and the bed and breakfast, guest house and cheap hotels industry.
If you're thinking about booking a bed and breakfast in Edinburgh, then you might like to read our interesting article on Edinburgh first
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The beautiful Scottish Borders have a tale (or two) to tell.
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If this is your first trip to the Gower Peninsula, then you have a tremendous treat in store.
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The county of Sussex offers visitors a famous snapshot of the course of British history. This region, however, is less well known as a hikers’ paradise.
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Getting to the Isle of Man from wherever you happen to be in Britain is easy. Often considered to be somewhat ‘out on a limb’ in the middle of the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man is in fact at the very geographical centre of the British Isles.
More than ever before, Ireland is making its mark as a top tourist destination.
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The Lake District, in Cumbria, is Britain’s largest (all 885 square miles of it!) and most visited national park. The natural grandeur of the region’s lakes, mountains and waterfalls inspired some of Britain’s most famous thinkers and poets of the past, and continues to work its magic on modern day visitors. The Lake District boasts some of England’s largest lakes and highest mountains, with four mountains over 3,000 feet high.
‘The most consistently beautiful of all English counties’, that's one of the descriptions of Northumberland, with more ‘large unspoilt areas of such varying character’ than arguably any other county in England.
Looking for a break off the beaten track? Mid-Wales with its gloriously inviting Cambrian coastline and inland rural landscape of lakes, forests and pastures is the place to be.
Off the beaten track in places, maybe, but the area close to Offa’s Dyke is certainly one of the best places in Britain for a perfect B&B break.
The Peak District attracts around twenty-two million visitors each year. Designated Britain’s first National Park in 1951, this 555 square mile expanse of natural beauty (and tranquillity outside ‘peak’ season) contrasts starkly with the nearby industrial valley towns and larger conurbations of Nottingham, Sheffield, Manchester, West Yorkshire and the Potteries. In short, the Peak District is the complete antithesis of the surrounding swathes of urbanisation.
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This beautiful South Western coastal area has all-year-round holiday appeal; but it is, after all, the Riviera: vibrant, stylish, upbeat. Surf-lovers seeking their thrills, beach babes strutting their stuff, elderly couples strolling along the promenades and families enjoying a fun packed day out. This is people watching, at its best. And, on a sunny, summer’s day, you could be forgiven for thinking that this is the French Riviera, the similarities are so striking. But, no, this is the glorious English Riviera, otherwise known as Torbay.