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Homeless people are being sent out of Scotland's capital to make room for Swifties - insider.com - Scotland - city Newcastle
insider.com
03.06.2024 / 21:07

Homeless people are being sent out of Scotland's capital to make room for Swifties

A number of homeless people have been sent out of Edinburgh to make room for tourists visiting the Scottish capital for Taylor Swift's upcoming shows, according to BBC News.

10 of the UK’s best outdoor yoga and activity retreats - theguardian.com - Britain - Scotland
theguardian.com
03.06.2024 / 12:45

10 of the UK’s best outdoor yoga and activity retreats

Immerse yourself in the lush hills, heather-capped mountains and river valleys of the Bannau Brycheiniog national park (formerly known as the Brecon Beacons) with a three-night retreat that combines nature’s restorative powers with yoga. Located on a historic country estate, accommodation is in comfortable converted farm buildings – including the old grain silo, ideal for two, with the grounds perfect for restorative strolls. The package includes two guided hikes, delicious vegan food, paddleboarding down the River Wye or walking into the nearby book lover’s town of Hay-on-Wye. Four-day retreat (various dates) from £649pp full-board; adventureyogi.com

Trek Travel Unveils New Hiking And Walking Tours - forbes.com - France - Italy - Portugal - Scotland
forbes.com
29.05.2024 / 17:09

Trek Travel Unveils New Hiking And Walking Tours

Trek Travel, a leader in cycling tours for more than two decades, has announced that it will offer new Hiking and Walking Tours as of the fall of 2024. Long established as one of the best biking tour companies in the world and lauded for creating memorable cycling vacations, Trek Travel is a subsidiary of Trek Bicycle Corporation, which has been around since the mid-1970s.

Great Western Railway’s new Pullman menu - traveldailynews.com - Ireland - Britain - Scotland
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 13:07

Great Western Railway’s new Pullman menu

Great Western Railway (GWR) is welcoming a new summer menu to its Pullman Dining service next week, with seven new dishes being served to customers.

Mar Hall Hotel Golf Spa - traveldailynews.com - Scotland
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 13:06

Mar Hall Hotel Golf Spa

Mar Hall Hotel, Golf & Spa Resort introduces new luxury spa and leisure facilities, featuring a Scandinavian-designed spa, modern gym, and expansive swimming pool as part of its redevelopment.

New aparthotel brand SeaSpace - traveldailynews.com - Scotland
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 13:06

New aparthotel brand SeaSpace

SeaSpace, a new lifestyle-driven aparthotel brand, is set to open its first property at the former Sands Resort in Cornwall, offering a unique blend of self-catering and hotel hospitality.

UK travel trends: Majority of consumers plan to travel this year - traveldailynews.com - Spain - France - Greece - Italy - Britain - Usa - Scotland
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 13:00

UK travel trends: Majority of consumers plan to travel this year

Despite the cost-of-living crisis, 87% of UK consumers plan to travel this year, with a preference for UK breaks and short-haul holidays, reveals BDO’s latest survey.

Best places to go for a walking holiday around the world - traveldailynews.com - Italy - Peru - Scotland - county Highlands
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 12:58

Best places to go for a walking holiday around the world

Walking holidays are popular lately and here are the best places to go for a walk around the world, from Italy to Peru and more.

‘This campsite feels like paradise’: readers’ favourite places to pitch in the UK - theguardian.com - Portugal - Britain - Scotland
theguardian.com
28.05.2024 / 11:27

‘This campsite feels like paradise’: readers’ favourite places to pitch in the UK

At the foot of Scafell Pike, England’s highest peak, and at the northern end of one of the Lake District’s most dramatic valleys is the National Trust campsite at Wasdale Head (basic grass pitch from £38 for two nights). As well as standard pitches there are heated camping pods, three tipis, a bell tent and campervan pitches. Great Gable and Pillar, two other famous fells, are a walk away. The location, at the foot of the mountains, with Lingmell Beck flowing past, is brilliant and there are enough facilities to make life easy but not detract from the camping feel. We haven’t climbed Scafell Pike yet, but even without doing that there was still enough for a good active trip.Emma

10 of the UK’s best new and revamped seaside hotels - theguardian.com - Britain - Scotland
theguardian.com
28.05.2024 / 11:27

10 of the UK’s best new and revamped seaside hotels

The Albion hotel, which can lay claim to some of the best sea views on the island, has been welcoming guests to Freshwater Bay since Victorian times. It is about to reopen under new ownership after a multimillion-pound refurbishment. The new-look Albion will have 40 rooms, 36 of them sea-facing, including two suites, seven dog-friendly rooms and two accessible rooms. Some have roll-top baths and balconies or terraces. The Rock is its new 100-seater restaurant, which sources more than 90% of ingredients from the island, including garlic, tomatoes, fish, lobster and meat. A free shuttle bus drops off and picks up guests from local bars and restaurants. The hotel is about a 10-minute drive from Yarmouth ferry port.Opens in June, taking bookings for 19 June, doubles from £99 B&B (two‑night minimum), albionhotel.co.uk

8 Hours Aboard the Caledonian Sleeper: Why You Should Ditch the Short-Haul Flight for an Overnight Train - cntraveler.com - city London - Scotland
cntraveler.com
27.05.2024 / 16:59

8 Hours Aboard the Caledonian Sleeper: Why You Should Ditch the Short-Haul Flight for an Overnight Train

As I boarded the Caledonian Sleeper with my family at Edinburgh Waverly on a cool Scottish summer night, it was difficult not to get caught up in the romantic quality of this eight-hour journey to London. The train's midnight teal exterior reflected the hue of the sky, and coupled with the vintage-y copperplate gothic font emblazoned on it, the scene felt spliced from the celluloid of a Wes Anderson film. That a kindly bellhop from The Balmoral, our hotel adjacent to the station, loaded our valises off a trolley cart did little to rein in these trappings.

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