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Category: Travel

15 January

6 Reasons Why Self-Catering Is Better Than Staying In A Hotel When considering a stay away from home, a hotel frequently appears to be the most opulent and utopian alternative. Consider five-star luxury accommodations, great dining, relaxing spas, and helpful personnel who can assist with regional excursions and recommendations for top local tourist attractions. Self-catering […]

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15 June

Blackpool, Lancashire, is rightly the UK’s No.1 Seaside Holiday destination with thousands of hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts to choose from. World-Class attractions abound along the Promenade including Blackpool Beach, 3 Piers, Blackpool Tower, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Sandcastle Water Park, Sea Life Centre, Tussauds Waxworks and more. We look at the very best […]

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12 February

Online travel agent Lastminute.com will be taken to court unless it pays more than £1m of outstanding refunds, the competition regulator has said. Lastminute.com had promised to refund people for package holidays cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But it missed a repayment deadline at the end of January. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) […]

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08 February

Coronavirus lockdowns mean non-essential travel is currently banned. How could things change later on in the year, and what are your rights if you book a UK holiday now? What are the rules for travel? Under the coronavirus lockdowns, holiday travel is not allowed in the UK. Journeys are only allowed for limited reasons, such as […]

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06 February

Parts of Wales’ tourism industry could reopen by Easter as long as the Covid-19 situation continues to improve, according to the first minister. Mark Drakeford said he could “see a path” towards reopening caravan parks and other parts of the tourism and hospitality sector by April. But he warned “unexpected things” had happened during the […]

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