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15 Fun Things to do in Cheddar, Somerset

Cheddar Gorge 1

If you’re on holiday in Somerset, you might be wondering what the best things to do in Cheddar are. Most famous for Cheddar Gorge, which is arguably the most impressive gorge in the country, this is a popular Somerset tourist town that is great for a staycation any time of year! Cheddar Gorge’s inland limestone […]

35 Amazing Things to do in Devon in the Rain

Stunning Watermouth in North Devon

Are you looking for things to do in Devon in the rain? Although the county is most famous for its beautiful beaches and two wild moors, there are also tonnes of things to do in bad weather.  Devon has dozens of exciting museums, fun activities for kids, and historical and cultural attractions. So don’t worry […]

20+ fun things to do in Somerset

Birds eye view of the road leading through Cheddar Gorge, Somerset, South West England

Are you looking for fun things to do in Somerset? This list has over 20 attractions for history buffs, nature lovers, families with kids and luxury travellers! With rolling countryside as far as the eye can see, compelling and fascinating market towns and ancient cities, family-friendly attractions and a beautiful coastline – there are so […]

13 Fun Things to do in Exeter

Stepcote Hill Exeter

Exeter is the second largest city in Devon and one of the most historic cities in the UK. First settled by a Celtic community, then populated by Romans, it is steeped in tales – and, while it is nowadays quite a laidback city with a population of around 130,000, you can see the historical significance […]

The Best Things to do in Cornwall

Cornwall is a British destination like no other. It’s often voted the most beautiful county in the country, famed for its golden beaches that wouldn’t look out of place in the Mediterranean. It’s also home to probably the most dynamic culture in England – or is it in England?  Cornwall is a bit of a […]

Best things to do in Bristol: a travel guide

I recently moved back to Bristol, where I spent my university years, and the only place that I can really call home. I love this city; I love the beautiful river, I love the diverse suburbs, and I love the immense array of food that is always on offer.  Bristol’s a place with many layers, […]