Hunting for accommodation during the London Olympics is set to be a marathon task, with half a million extra visitors expected in the UK this year, so house sitting could be just the ticket.
Ahoy there! The history of the doomed Titanic, which sank after hitting an iceberg in 1912, has been immortalised in Titanic Belfast, the largest man-made tourist attraction in Northern Ireland’s history and is expected to attract around 400,000 visitors annually.
For those who like their Valentine’s Day hot, The Luxury Travel Bible has come up with the Top 10 Raunchiest Hotels in the World.
From London to New Zealand, Greece to Portugal, Sweden to Burma and New Orleans to Northern Ireland and South Australia – it’s a moveable feast for best travel destinations in 2012. Take your pick!
Steven Spielberg’s War Horse has hit cinemas worldwide, splashing dramatic scenery of the UK’s Dartmoor across the silver screen.
Here’s more Halloween chills and thrills from the Things That Go Bump In The Night Department. Mercure Telford Madeley Court Hotel will host two special Halloween Psychic Nights on October 30 and 31.
Want to scare yourself silly? The UK is crowded with ghostly places. Here’s some of the best to visit for Halloween.
Ahoy there! Ever wanted to step outside your cruisy travel zone and sail around the world? I’m signing up to do exactly that.
Wales is one of the most popular regions of the UK for tourists, paved with 400 castles and as many legends. A great place to stay on the way is a boutique hotel, two minutes walk from the historic Hereford Cathedral.
Provocative and explicitly candid, With the Kisses of His Mouth is a raunchy and bittersweet book to take on holiday.