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Fun For All The Family In Bracknell

Bracknell is an ideal place to base oneself when exploring some of the attractions the Berkshire area has to offer. The town is surrounded by great things to do, so if you’re there on business, or are in the area with friends and family, you’ll find plenty of distractions.

I’ve stayed there on several occasions. Once, on a corporate trip to Bisley National Clay Shooting Centre, a few miles from Bracknell, I stayed at the Grange Bracknell, one of several hotels in Bracknell that boast excellent facilities and an ideal location.

It’s a hotel I also used once while on a visit to Ascot races, which is located just outside town – I could enjoy the thrill of one of the most famous racetracks in the country without having far to travel back to my hotel.

With the Winter Olympics just around the corner, Bracknell has its own answer to Sochi. The town features an Olympic-size ice rink, plus a dry ski slope. For someone more used to snow – either Alpine slopes or man-made indoor snow – snowboarding on this surface took a bit of getting used to, but I had an instructor on hand to help me master the intricacies of the artificial run. It was a fun hour, despite a few falls.

Other nearby attractions include Legoland Windsor and the Look Out Discovery Centre. There are also many shopping options in Bracknell town centre, with many famous names present. Indeed, the centre is undergoing a major redevelopment, so in the near future, the town will offer an even bigger choice of stores.


Places to see in Surrey

Just to the south of London, Surrey is an attractive county of wooded hills and valleys. I headed there for a couple of days’ exploration during summer, when the longer, warmer days allow you to enjoy the many outdoor attractions in the area.

My first destination was one of the county’s best-known beauty spots, Box Hill, near Dorking. The steep climb from the car park was well worth the effort. It was a clear day, and from the summit, 224 metres above sea level, I could see right along the ridges of the North Downs, and across the flat Weald to the hills of the South Downs, many miles away in Sussex.

Once I’d seen the lie of the land, I descended Box Hill and drove the short distance to Denbies Wine Estate. One of the UK’s premier wine estates, Denbies produces nearly half a million bottles of red, white, rosé, and sparkling wine each year. I took a tour and learned a bit more about the manufacturing process, and got to sip a couple of varieties – I wasn’t disappointed.

Armed with a few bottles to take home I headed west through beautiful countryside to the town of Guildford. I had dinner at Positano, in the High Street – a lovely Italian with a great atmosphere. You’re spoilt for choice in affluent Guildford – there’s everything from pubs to Indian cuisine to seafood restaurants. There’s also a good range of hotels in Guildford. I spent the night at the comfortable three-star Mandolay Hotel, conveniently located in the centre of town.

Next morning I headed out to explore Guildford. Perhaps its best known landmark is Guildford Cathedral, which sits upon Stag Hill overlooking the town, and was built in the mid 20th Century. I also visited Guildford Castle, built shortly after the Norman invasion of England in 1066. Aside from its impressive keep, there are some beautiful gardens surrounding the castle. I also took a walk along the towpath of the River Wey, which is surrounded by some attractive houses and wharfs. Guildford has been described as one of the best shopping destinations in the UK, and I also spent some time looking round the High Street, Friary Centre and many other surrounding streets browsing the boutiques, big name stores and independent shops. I could have spent many more hours exploring this pleasant town, but it was time to move on.

I drove to the northwestern corner of Surrey, to Runnymede, which is not far from Windsor. This patch of land by the River Thames is where the Magna Carta – the Great Charter of the Liberties of England – was given the royal seal by King John in 1215. This document was the model for many countries’ legal systems. Runnymede has a monument to the Magna Carta, as well as memorials to the Commonwealth Air Forces and John F Kennedy – so there’s plenty to see, plus it’s a great place for a picnic and a stroll by the river.

Good Thing There is ‘The Pig in the Wall’

The largest city of Hampshire, Southampton has a lot of surprises in store for tourists. A home to walls from the medieval era, this city has a rustic feel in some of its parts. With many museums and attractions to boast of, this city provides a relief to tourists who want to get away from the busy city of London. Here you can escape from the clichéd hotel room designs and will get something different, if you have the patience to explore.

The feel of staying in a small hotel, which is set in a medieval setting and looks like a farmhouse, is just amazing if you are looking for peace. One such hotel is the Pig in the Wall. This hotel is one of the four hotels set up by a group which knows how to entertain their guests while still maintaining a unique identity. The other hotels are the Pig in the forest, the Pig near bath and the Pig on the beach.

The Pig in the Wall hotel is a small property with 12 rooms and may be this is the reason why it gives a comfortable and warm outlook. You can have a nice breakfast and supper at the deli in the hotel. But the food here is not the best thing about it, so you may want to plan your meals somewhere else. The best thing about this place is that it makes you feel at home while giving you the luxury and comfort of a good hotel.

There is always one or the other deal on offer, so you might want to check the website before you check in. in fact, making advance reservation online will give you a better idea of what exactly the hotel is like, plus it will give you an assurance that you will not have to look for a place to stay once you land in the city. You can take back souvenirs for your loved ones back home from the museums and art galleries present in the city. This place deserves at least 2 days out of your schedule so that you can break the monotony of the usual UK holiday.

Are You Staying In Ramada Oldbury Birmingham?

When you decide to go to a place, do you pick a hotel suggested by a random guy on the internet? You don’t right? The best way to go about choosing either a location or a hotel is by doing a little research on your own and not depending on facts give by others. It is always good to read travel blogs because there expert travelers give away tips and hints of making the most of your trip, which in a place like Birmingham will come in handy for sure. The more opportunities of saving money you discover in this city, the better it is.

So all you have to get out of online reviews and blogs is tips of making your trip better. There is one tip that most people give and smart people adopt. It is being cautious of going overboard with savings. When you are on a holiday, you are there to enjoy and not save. You should save a little to enjoy a little more but you should make saving money your ultimate aim. Take a good hotel, which is giving away discount offers and do not look towards hostels or dirt cheap hotels, unless you are planning to stay for a month. Ramada Oldbury Birmingham is one such hotel which is ideal in many ways.

It is good quality hotel which offers international standards in all departments. It is a small property of 81 rooms so you will have to jostle for space here by making advance reservations. But this hotel is totally worth the effort. There are many other hotels in the same location so you can make a comparison pretty easily. A lot of business executives and corporate teams like to stay in hotels in this location.

It is about 20 miles away from the international airport and you will be connected to other parts of the city through one of the fastest railway systems inside a city in England. You do not have to worry about the amenities in this hotel as you will get almost everything that you could ask for in a hotel. Make sure to check the website first before making advance reservations at Ramada Oldbury Birmingham.

Book In Time To Get A Room At Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel

Glasgow holds its special place amongst the cities in UK. Being the third largest city of UK and the largest in Scotland, it has its share of tourists from around the continent. To cater to the needs of the increasing number of travelers, many hotels have come up in the last few years. Popular hotel chains, which have proved their prowess around the world, have established their properties in this city, putting its hospitality industry at par with international standards. If you do not want to depend upon a lesser known accommodation in the city, you can go with known brands.

The Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor hotel is located just appropriately so that you can stay away from the crowd while still pretty close to the places you want to be in. The international airport is not too far away from here and the city centre is easily accessible too. But the part about the hotel is what’s provided inside the premises. As it is a part of a multinational chain, the quality standards of the services, décor and amenities is pretty high.

The rooms are a delight as each room is spacious and utterly comfortable. If you book in time, you might as well get a suite with the view of the amazing Botanic Garden. While in the room, you can make use of the LCD TV, stay connected with wireless internet, catch up with work on a work desk, make coffee/ tea anytime inside your room and refresh in a well equipped attached bathroom.

At Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor hotel, you will have access to all the services that are available in a 5 star or luxury hotel. Buffet breakfast, parking, pool, gymnasium, spa, wellness centre, steam bath, photocopy centre and conference room facility. The hotel can also arrange for transport services on request. There are 97 rooms in the property and are occupied around the year. And if it is festive season or you happen to be visiting the city during a popular sporting event, you would need to reserve rooms well in advance in order to get the best deal.


Park Grand London Heathrow

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BEST WESTERN Delmere Hotel

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It’s A Family Affair; A Fusion of Art and Music

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Luxury for Less in London

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