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This section is updated continously. Our aim is to inspire with ideas, suggestions and hopefully excite and assist you in selling a variety of UK destinations to your clients.

A Tale of two Cities - Northern Ireland
Discover Northern Ireland's gems Belfast and Derry. Read more.

Good Hotel, London
Located in Royal Victoria Docks, close to the exhibition and convention centre ExCel, you find the 3-star Good Hotel with an interesting history and concept. The hotel has a well-doing purpose and is uniquely located on a floating platform. Read more.

The Manor House in Cotswolds
Delightful country house hotel in the cosy little village of Castle Combe. Read more.

Beer, Tea Clipper and Mean Time in Greenwich
Visit Cutty Sark, The Royal Observatory and The Old Meantime Brewery, etc. Read more.

Conference ideas
London has a wide range of unique venues that can be used for meeting and events. For example, a WWII Royal Navy ship, a famous football arena or a cricket stadium! Read more.

Sights of South West England
A 7-day tour of beautiful sights in the South West.
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Spa and Shopping in Bath
Visit the Roman city of Bath, perfect for shopping, spa, history and literature. Read more.

Experience the spirit of Manchester
Visit Manchester United's and Manchester City's home town, good hotels, restaurants, shopping and museums. Read more.

Liverpool - The Hometown of The Beatles
Music, culture, history, architecture, sports and beautiful scenery - Liverpool has something for everyone. Read more.

Grape Escape
Discover English wine! Read more.

The Fish Hotel
Conferencing in cozy Cotswolds. Read more.

Pennyhill Park Hotel, Surrey
Lovely hotel in beautiful Surrey. Read more.

South Lodge, Sussex
Great location near both Brighton and Eastbourne. Read more.

A great daytrip suggestion to beautiful Somerset. Read more.

Whisky Tour in Scotland
Discover the National drink of Scotland. Read more.

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