Posts Tagged ‘ Somerset ’

Discovering the area along Somerset’s Coast Path

Jul 7th, 2017 | By
Ladies from pontins await the passengers on the West Somerset Railway

Natasha Blair and her dog Poppy explore some of these less well-known parts of Somerset and find some hidden treasures.



Holiday like a hobbit

Dec 22nd, 2013 | By

Taking us ‘there and back again’, the second instalment of The Hobbit film series, released on 13 December, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug has once again transported us to the fantasy world of Middle-earth



Being Sebastian Vettel

Jul 31st, 2013 | By

Lovers of cars and bikes, insultingly called petrolheads, head to places like the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Le Mans, Silverstone, Monte Carlo or the Nürburgring. When there is no racing or festival taking place they might head to Beaulieu or the Haynes International Motor Museum instead.



CD-Traveller’s travel highlights and trends: part two

Dec 18th, 2012 | By

The CD-Traveller team share their favourite 2012 travel experiences and look at the top spots for 2013



England’s star is set to rise in 2013

Nov 20th, 2012 | By

The Kent Marshes and a Berkshire stately home star alongside Helena Bonham Carter in Great Expectations, due for release on 30 November 2012. This is just one of a series of star turns for England



England’s horrible histories

Aug 4th, 2012 | By

England is a country world-renowned for its history. Our ancient lineage of Kings and Queens, revered historic architecture and deep-seated traditions bring visitors from near and far. But the country’s history is also peppered with tales of smuggling and witchcraft, piracy and ghostly hauntings, which lend a more sinister side to many of England’s popular destinations. Here, VisitEngland looks at some of the country’s darker tourist attractions



VisitEngland announces its travel trends for 2013

Jul 30th, 2012 | By

Literatours, Sci-Fi Adventures, the Kate effect, Horrible Histories and set-jetting (still!) will be among the key travel trends of 2013, according to the national tourist board, VisitEngland