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British Hotels, Inns and Other Places (Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay)

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Landmarks of Britain: The Five Hundred Places That Made Our History

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Coast: The Journey Continues

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How We Built Britain
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Hudson's Historic Houses & Gardens 2006: The Comprehensive Annual Guide to Heritage Properties in Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Hudson's Historic Houses & Gardens)

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Whether you are looking for a self-guided Britain tour or want to join a guided tour of Britain, you will find a tour to suit your needs here. Click below to find some of the best guided and self-guided Britain tours available today. Many of these Britain tour packages feature unique Britain tour opportunities that you will not find anywhere else. United Kingdom - Order FREE Travel Brochure!.

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Amazing BritainThe Most Amazing Places to Visit in Britain (Readers Digest) Discover Britain as you've never known it before, The 1,000 most amazing places in Britain to feature in this book. From castles, cathedrals, stately homes and natural wonders to power stations, bellfoundries and even a water tower, this book reflects the diversity of fascinating places that Britain has to offer. Read about some of the world's best early medieval stained glass, found in Canterbury Cathedral, and then turn to an entry on the ossuary at St Leonard's church in Hythe housing 2,000 human skulls, or the Donnington Grand Prix collection at Donnington Park. From the Umbrella Shop on New Oxford Street in London to the Oldbury Power Station on the River Severn and a Soviet submarine in Folkestone harbour, this unique reference guide will ensure that you'll never see Britain in the same way again.

The Nature of BritainThe Nature of Britain. The Nature of Britain is another landmark primetime series brought to us by the formidable Natural History Unit. In each programme Alan turns wildlife detective, taking us on a journey of discovery through eight different British natural habitats and their unique flora and fauna, week by week piecing together the jigsaw that makes up our homeland. Tying in with the series, The Nature of Britain is an inspirational, practical and definitive guide to British wildlife. Written by Alan, the book offers the reader a closer look at the animals and plants of Britain's landscape, following the structure of the series with chapters ranging from Mountains, Lakes, Forests and Seashores to Urban Landscapes. The Nature of Britain paints a beautiful contemporary portrait of Britains wildlife, and features fascinating essays on each habitat, followed by identification guides to the species that can be found in each one. It will be visually stunning, illustrated with over 900 breathtaking images..

Tour BritainThe Rough Guide to Britain Tour Britain. The Rough Guide to Britain is the ultimate insiders' handbook to England, Wales and Scotland. The full-colour introduction brings the countries' highlights to life, from the Eden Project in Cornwall to Edinburgh's Royal Mile. The authors provide lively accounts of every sight from the latest attractions such as the Cardiff Bay area and Gateshead's Baltic Centre to established landmarks from the Tower of London to Edinburgh Castle. For every town and region there are lively reviews of the best places to stay, eat and drink, to suit all pockets and with accompanying maps pinpointing each location. There's also practical tips on exploring the great British countryside from the rugged Pembrokeshire coastline to the picturesque valleys of the Yorkshire Dales.

Britains CastlesCastles: England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales Tour Britain. Britain and Ireland are home to hundreds of castles, some still lived in, some reduced to little more than lumps and bumps in the landscape. Many of them have been the scene of great historical events - negotiations, battles, sieges, executions, kidnappings and betrayals, and all have often bloody and grim stories to tell. Today, most castles are fascinating and romantic places to visit. They include Windsor, a vast and rambling warren that would still be recognized by medieval visitors; Carreg Cennen, a fabulous ruin complete with a cliff-side 'secret' tunnel set in breathtaking landscapes in the mountains of Wales; Hermitage in the Scottish Lowlands, where Mary Queen of Scots rode alone to visit her secret lover; and Blarney, most famous for the stone you should kiss in order to gain eloquence, but also one of Ireland's most impressive castles. "Castles" is based on the classic work by Plantagenet Somerset Fry and has been completely revised and redesigned for this brand new edition.

Treasures of BritainAA Treasures of Britain Tour Britain. An extensive guide to over 2,000 places featuring the country's best architecture, art and natural beauty. The book includes a varied collection of interest, from castles and abbeys to museums and art collections. Regional specialists have written the 637-page gazetteer covering much of Britain and there is an introduction from John Julius Norwich, author of Shakespeare's Kings. With full colour photographs throughout this is an ideal gift as a family reference, or a treat for both historians and enthusiasts alike.

Britain Hotel GuideAA the Hotel Guide (AA Lifestyle Guides S.) Tour Britain. Britain's best-selling hotel guide featuring over 4,000 hotels in Britain and Ireland. Each hotel has been professionally inspected and graded with one to five stars, with AA red stars highlighting top hotels. Descriptions in the guide are based on reports of the AA's full-time inspectors, so you can book your stay with confidence. The guide includes up-to-date details of room prices, credit cards, directions, leisure and business facilities. Central reservation telephone numbers for the major hotel groups and over 800 budget hotels, ideal for overnight stops. There is a selection of The AA's Top Hotels in Britain & Ireland, recognising the very best in the guide and also a new preliminary feature on a day in the life of an inspector. Tour Britain.

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