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Canoeing in Cumbria

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Canoeing in Cumbria

The words ‘I’m bored’ aren’t welcome here. Especially when we have heaps of holiday ideas and things to do in England for you discover based on your interests. We’ve got fun-fuelled breaks for families, holidays for flocks of friends, romantic getaways for love birds, city breaks for culture vultures and rural escapes for tree huggers - think of us as your England travel guide. Get filtering to find your perfect holiday in England.

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Aysgarth Falls in the Yorkshire Dales

Aysgarth Falls in the Yorkshire Dales

Aysgarth Falls are a dramatic set of waterfalls in Wensleydale.

Location: Aysgarth, North Yorkshire

 
Celebrate Christmas past in Mortimer Country

Celebrate Christmas past in Mortimer Country

Enjoy a Christmas celebration with a historical twist at Berrington Hall and Croft Castle in Mortimer Country.

Location: Yarpole, Herefordshire

 
Take a family escape to the golden sands of Weymouth

Take a family escape to the golden sands of Weymouth

Dig your toes in the sand, paddle in the waves and make memories with the kids at this spectacular seaside town.

Location: Weymouth, Dorset

 
Enjoy a five-star cookery break by the sea

Enjoy a five-star cookery break by the sea

Become an expert in the kitchen with a Cookshelf cookery course in Eastbourne, before relaxing after a busy day at the 5 star Grand Hotel.

Location: Eastbourne, East Sussex

 
Swing through the treetops in Sherwood Forest

Swing through the treetops in Sherwood Forest

Connect with your inner monkey as you swing through the trees at Go Ape in Sherwood Forest.

Location: Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire

 
Enjoy a slice of authentic Yorkshire countryside

Enjoy a slice of authentic Yorkshire countryside

Visit Penistone, the highest market town in the county. As well as being pretty to look at, there’s plenty to do and delicious food and ales to try.

Location: Penistone, South Yorkshire

 
Revel in a riverside romance at Norfolk Mead Hotel

Revel in a riverside romance at Norfolk Mead Hotel

The Norfolk village of Coltishall, only 6 miles from Norwich and set on the edge of the Broads, offers plenty of romantic things to do by the river.

Location: Norwich, Norfolk

 
Wig wam your way to Clumber Park

Wig wam your way to Clumber Park

Camping in tents is so last year – why not try sleeping in a yurt or wigwam in the beautiful surrounds of Clumber Park?

Location: Worksop, Nottinghamshire

 
See Churchill's carriage at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

See Churchill's carriage at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

The Buckinghamshire Railway Centre is a working steam museum with one of the UK’s largest collections of locomotives, rolling stock and railway memorabilia.

Location: Quainton, Buckinghamshire

 
10 places to visit in Dorset this summer

10 places to visit in Dorset this summer

Take a Dorset adventure in the 75th-anniversary year of Enid Blyton’s first Famous Five book by spotting squirrels on Brownsea Island, eating top-notch seafood, staying in cool hotels and visiting Instagrammable villages.

 
Walk the thread trails in Suffolk's medieval towns

Walk the thread trails in Suffolk's medieval towns

Explore the glorious Suffolk 'wool' towns of Suffolk, once major producers of woolen cloth.

Location: Lavenham, Suffolk

 
Enjoy romantic winter strolls in Ramsgate

Enjoy romantic winter strolls in Ramsgate

Enjoy a bracing walk, blow away the cobwebs, and then enjoy a warming drink in front of a roaring fire on a romantic weekend break in Ramsgate.

Location: Ramsgate, Kent

 
Pubs, beer and Robin: Drink in Nottingham's brewing heritage

Pubs, beer and Robin: Drink in Nottingham's brewing heritage

Explore the rich beer and brewing offer in Nottingham, from historic pubs to modern craft beers, and a brewery tour guided by Robin Hood himself.

Location: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

 
September events: Celebrate the golden age of beer in Kent

September events: Celebrate the golden age of beer in Kent

The Faversham Hop Festival is a unique family event that commemorates the golden days of hop-picking with two days of live music, dancing, great food and hops, hops, hops!

Location: Faversham, Kent

 
Rainy Day Activities: Visit the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford

Rainy Day Activities: Visit the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford

All the great civilizations of the world are represented in the Ashmolean Museum’s collections; escape the rain for a whole day, or pop in for five minutes for a quick browse.

Location: Oxford, Oxfordshire

 
Discover the gruesome past of Leicester's Guildhall

Discover the gruesome past of Leicester's Guildhall

One of the oldest civic buildings in the country, Leicester’s Guildhall stands beside Leicester Cathedral and has many gruesome stories to tell.

Location: Leicester

Price: Free

 
Book a magical family break at Center Parcs

Book a magical family break at Center Parcs

With hundreds of acres of forest to explore and a constantly expanding list of activities, Center Parcs offers a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure.

Location: Rufford, Nottinghamshire

 
Experience a eureka moment at the Oxfordshire Science Festival

Experience a eureka moment at the Oxfordshire Science Festival

Experience a eureka moment at the Oxfordshire Science Festival.

Location: Various locations, Oxfordshire

 
Discover The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Discover The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Explore hidden paths and bamboo tunnels on this aristocratic Cornwall estate.

Location: Heligan, Cornwall

 
Rainy Day Activities: Venture into the gruesome York Dungeon

Rainy Day Activities: Venture into the gruesome York Dungeon

There’s spine-chilling fun to be had in this dungeon, where 2,000 horrible years of history are brought to life by grisly theatre and sudden frights.

Location: York, North Yorkshire

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