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Fisherman’s Wife, Whitby

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The Fisherman’s Wife makes big claims. And, you know what, they were right to do so. Yes, it costs a little more than other establishments we looked at but the light ...

Pier Inn, Whitby

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We recently drove to London and wanted to stop en route. My wife said: “I’ve never been to Whitby.” So, we booked the last room in The Pier which is ...

Giant strides

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The Giant’s Causeway was once named as the fourth greatest natural wonder in Britain. I can see why. It is a mind-boggling arrangement of mostly hexagonal columns. And the ...

A bridge too far

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The Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge on The Antrim coast in Northern Ireland is only 66ft long, but it was a bridge too far for me. However, tens of thousands from all parts of the ...

Gobsmacked at The Gobbins

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The Gobbins Path was masterminded by the Irish railway engineer, Berkley Dean Wise. It originally opened in 1902 and was later abandoned in the 1960’s until an investment ...

‘A world apart’

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The biggest compliment I can possibly pay to The Ballygally Castle Hotel is that I felt at home. I will also always remember wakening with the sun filling the room with the ...

Ferry interesting

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Your adventure starts here By Nigel Duncan Over 39 million passengers and 8.8m cars travel one of the Discover Ferries ships each year. They are a collection of 12 ferry ...

Fife accessibility guide

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Euan’s Guide, a charity website used by disabled people to review, share and discover accessible places to visit, has launched an accessibility guide to Fife. The guide ...

Dalriada success

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An Aberdeenshire self-catering property is celebrating after achieving VisitScotland’s premier Quality Assurance (QA) award. Dalriada Luxury Lodges has achieved a five-star ...
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