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  • Reason to Visit Golf Courses in Kent

    Tuesday 12th May 2015
    Summer is on its way and with the recent warmer weather we have been enjoying many of us will be starting to book mini breaks and holidays. Here are five reasons why...

  • 5 Reasons to Play Golf in Kent

    Wednesday 15th April 2015
    Many budding golf fans and players watching the 2015 Masters will have been impressed by America’s 21-year-old Jordan Spieth who came alive to record a recording...

  • English language summer course

    Tuesday 18th November 2014
    Although part of a relatively small island and nestled close to mainland Europe, England is anything but small when it comes to culture and infamous traditions....

  • Study English At The Beach!

    Monday 8th September 2014
    Broadstairs, a small seaside town in Kent located on the south-east coastline of the UK, is at its best in the summer and there is always something to do, whether...

  • West Dorset: a Jurassic Coast with a foodie soul

    Tuesday 10th June 2014
    Where else in England could you find a protected World Heritage coastline with a countryside of Outstanding Natural Beauty and fantastic food at its heart? Most of the...

  • Exploring the North Coast of Cornwall

    Wednesday 4th June 2014
    Hailing from Redruth, I know that this inland area is perhaps less picture perfect than other parts of the county, but I think it deserves a mention as it is...

  • Take a holiday cottage in Looe for loads of things to do!

    Tuesday 3rd June 2014
    Looe in Cornwall is a quintessential Cornish fishing port and seaside holiday destination. Sitting on the mouth of the Looe estuary, you’ll struggle to find...

  • A Taste for the South West

    Friday 30th May 2014
    If, like me, a key part of visiting a new country or region is sampling the best of the local food and drink then visiting the south west of England is like finding a...

  • Things for you whilst staying in your holiday cottage in Looe.

    Tuesday 27th May 2014
    Looe in Cornwall is a quintessential Cornish fishing port and seaside holiday destination. Sitting on the mouth of the Looe estuary, you’ll struggle to find...

  • Dog-friendly cottage in Looe and Polperro?

    Tuesday 15th April 2014
    Britain has a reputation for being a nation of animal lovers, and indeed, Britons the country over confess undying affection for their pets. As such when we choose to...

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Last Minute Travel Insurance

If you’ve managed to secure a last minute holiday deal you may not have managed to get hold of travel insurance yet. Fortunately there’s no need to panic, as you can still get plenty of cover for yourself and your family. Everyone has...

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Visiting National Parks

As well as the many thousands of miles of public footpaths throughout the United Kingdom, there are fourteen national parks in England and Wales which were originally established in order to protect the finest landscapes and countryside in the...

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Tanning on Holiday

Many people like to pick up a bit of a tan on holiday. This is more easily done in hot countries where you can lie on the beach and gradually pick up a tan whilst using sun protection. However, some people feel that this traditional tanning method...

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