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The five-star British Golf Museum sits at the very heart of golfs home, just 67 short yards from the famous Old Course.
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Attractions•Animal & wildlife
Brockholes is a new kind of nature reserve, an unreserved reserve owned and managed by The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchetser and North Merseyside.
Read more about: Brockholes Nature Reserve
The historic home of the Brougham family fell in ruins in the 1930's. It was rescued from it's dilapidation in 1985 and one of the largest country house restoration programs in the country is now underway.
Read more about: Brougham Hal
The Midlands & Wales
Follow the journey of the cocoa bean from the Aztec jungle to iconic chocolate bar at Cadbury World.
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Situated amongst magnificent park and woodland, Callendar House tells stories spanning 600 years of Scottish History.
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Eastwell Manor Hotel Spa & Golf
The Cathedrals history goes back to 597AD when St Augustine, sent by Pope Gregory the Great as a missionary, established his seat in Canterbury.
Read more about: Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury
Friday 13th December from 6pm
Come along and enjoy the annual "Carols on the Hill" service at Castle Hill, the gates of Windsor Castle.
Read more about: Carols on the Hill - Windsor
Visit these entertaining trails located in Central Scotland.
Read more about: Carron Valley Mountain Bike Trails
Gisborough Hall Hotel
It is no exaggeration to say that Castle Howard is one of the most awe-inspiring stately homes in England.
Read more about: Castle Howard, York
Come and see Cawdor, a magical name thats forever romantically linked by Shakespeare with Macbeth.
Read more about: Cawdor Castle
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