For a long time, our wonderful followers on social media have been asking us for more information about England. We’ve answered your call. Explore our hand-picked recommendations for the best activities, attractions, accommodation and places to eat & drink throughout England.
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Area Destination Guides
‘The loveliest spot that man hath found’ were the words used by William Wordsworth to describe the Lake District. Located in the county of Cumbria, it is 912 square miles of elevated ridges, lush ... See more
There’s nowt quite like Yorkshire. Easy on the eye and stirring for the heart, it is undoubtedly one of England’s best-loved counties and a favourite for millions of visitors year-round. ... See more
Sometimes considered to be England’s great all-rounder, Devon is a county with a seemingly endless list of things to see and do. There are two coastlines, north and south, offering beautiful sandy... See more
Mention sun, sea, sand and surf to an English person, and they may well think of Cornwall, a land of rugged coastline and spectacular beaches, but also strong Celtic heritage and ancestry, ancient myt... See more
A vision of golden villages nestling in a softly undulating green landscape, the Cotswolds epitomise the rural English idyll. The region is surprisingly large, stretching across 800 square miles, abso... See more
Famous for more than just being the home of cheddar cheese, it’s fair to say that Somerset, as a county, contains some of the southwest of England’s most desirable places to visit. Top of the tree... See more
Long since known as the Garden of England due to its profusion of fruit-growing farms, Kent also well deserves this label for its great natural beauty. Due to its proximity to London, it offers a grea...
One of the world’s most visited cities, over 20 million people come to London each year to experience the culture, history, food, shopping, nightlife and the electric energy. London, with its fascin...
Dorset offers a broad range of appealing aspects for the visitor to enjoy, from the magnificent Jurassic Coast to long, sandy beaches, and beautiful rolling countryside to charming ancient villages. C...
The North of Cornwall evokes a classic vision of craggy cliffs, hidden coves, tin mining heritage and surfers on sweeping, golden beaches. However, behind these wonderful impressions lies a land of hi... See more
There’s no doubt that the West end of Cornwall packs a great deal into a relatively small area, making it a highly desirable destination despite its position at the very southwest tip of England. Co... See more
The South of Cornwall offers ample opportunity for visitors to really soak up the charm of this popular county. Cosy fishing communities, sheltered sandy beaches, pretty estuaries and lush gardens o... See more
Plenty of visitors mistakenly bypass the two inland gems of Bodmin Moor and the Tamar Valley as they rush onward to the lure of sandy beaches and dramatic coastline. However, there is good reason for ... See more
By ‘eck, Yorkshire is handsome. Indeed, every Yorkshire man and woman will tell you it is God’s Own Country – and they do have a point. Particularly when it comes to the 680 square miles that ma... See more
Think of Yorkshire and one might initially conjure up visions of untamed moors and undulating dales, but it’s also blessed with one of England’s most spectacular and atmospheric coastlines. The Yo... See more
Just 20 miles north of York, rising up from rolling green pastures, is a landscape that is wild, windswept and utterly bewitching. Welcome to the North York Moors National Park. This is a place that m... See more
Providing a fantastic combination of mile upon mile of varied coastline, including dozens of beaches, lush green hills and gorgeous winding rivers, there’s enough room for everyone in South Devon, n... See more
When Steven Spielberg, whilst filming Warhorse, praised Dartmoor National Park for “its abundance of natural beauty”, commenting that he was “stunned” by the landscape that lay before him, he ... See more
Situated along the coast of South Devon, the large bay of Torbay is overlooked by the three towns of Torquay, Paignton, and Brixham. Often known as the English Riviera, Torbay is a well-loved and ap... See more
Quite different in character from other areas of Devon, East Devon has a timeless charm about it, and no shortage of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Whilst the coast offers some of the more obvi... See more