It may be small, but the UK is packed with plenty of marvels courtesy of Mother Nature. From soaring peaks and sprawling caverns to towering sea stacks and shimmering lochs, these images capture the most breathtaking natural wonders in the UK.
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Bath, one of England’s most attractive and historic cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is celebrated for its famous Roman baths. But this idyllic destination nestling deep in the Somerset countryside is also famed for its modern-day spa and well-being facilities, outstanding architecture, and association with one of Britain’s most acclaimed authors, Jane Austen. Add to this enticing mix Bath’s remarkable collection of museums and galleries, appetizing restaurants, and traditional pubs, and you have all the ingredients for a great day out. But hey, why not make a city break out of it? Click through the following gallery and pack your bags, because it’s Bath time!
Ultra-Luxe Heritage Escape in the heart of Edinburgh with Daily Breakfast & One Decadent Dinner, Edinburgh, Scotland; Luxury Escapes
Today’s Luxury Escapes Travel Deal: Ultra-Luxe Heritage Escape in the heart of Edinburgh with Daily Breakfast & One Decadent Dinner.
Reasons why Liverpool definitely isn’t the worst place to live in England; Charlotte Hadfield; Liverpool Echo
One of Scotland’s finest streets will be fully pedestrianised under plans unveiled by Edinburgh City Council.
Best aqueducts in the UK from Grade I listed spots to a 479ft long structure; Nigel Thompson; Daily Mirror
Britain and Northern Ireland are bursting at the seams with beautiful buildings steeped in history, places of extraordinary natural beauty and striking ultra-modern structures. From ancient monuments to groundbreaking feats of modern engineering and Mother Nature’s best bits, lets take a look at the most spectacular landmarks in the UK.
Was industrial espionage behind creation of world’s oldest factory?; Gurjeet Nanrah; Derby Telegraph
Some parts of the original structure still stand today…
You could buy a world heritage site bungalow for just £1 – but there’s a catch; Jon Ball; Yorkshire Evening Pot
A detached, two-bedroom bungalow located within a UNESCO world heritage site in Shropshire is going to auction with a guide price of just £1-plus – because it is in ruins.
The Times Lake District expert reveals the top hotels in Lakeland, whether you’re after luxurious and plush or traditional and cosy.
Remains of an ancient monument in west Wales indicate stones that stood at the site may have been used to build the Stonehenge.
Source: Edinburgh Travel Guide
Nestled within the Southwest of England, and just shy of beautiful Cornwall, Devon is a totally stunning area to visit. Honestly, there’s a heap of the best places in Devon that you can’t miss on a trip to this part of England, especially on its coastline and within its national parks.
Source: 15 Best Places In Devon To Visit
The report found that Everton’s proposals “have broad popular support overall”.
Plans would transform iconic hotel in shadow of Forth Bridge into flats; Neil Henderson; The Courier
Plans to transform an iconic 200-year-old hotel which sits just yards from the Forth Bridge have been lodged with Fife Council.
Winter brings winter jasmine, flocks of starlings and candyfloss pink skies to London. Make the most of the city on one of these walks, says Sarah Riches.
The best walks in the Lake District: from Scafell Pike to Helvellyn and beyond; James Forrest; Advnture
Proud Bradfordian Emma Cooke explains why she has high hopes for her home town’s future…