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Posted by Richard Hammond at 01:20 on Wednesday 09 January 2013
We've updated our popular treehouse holiday page with lots of lovely tree-houses in the UK, France, Portugal, Sweden and Turkey.
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 02:41 on Friday 04 January 2013
Florence Fortnam visits Wheeldon Trees Farm, an old dairy farm deep in the Derbyshire countryside which has been converted into nine beautiful self-...
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 04:21 on Thursday 18 October 2012
As part of our celebration of the most beautiful, natural areas in the UK, we've published a Greentraveller's Guide to the Dedham Vale AONB
Posted by at 04:29 on Wednesday 07 September 2011
Lynn Morris visits a family run guesthouse on Weymouth's seafront, directly opposite the award winning golden sand beach.
Posted by at 01:12 on Wednesday 10 August 2011
Julie Falconer stays at this 17th century Georgian farmhouse B&B in Cumbria, surrounded by gorgeous countryside and set within five acres of land.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:30 on Thursday 20 January 2011
Richard Hammond visits the popular beachside family resort hotel on the coast of North Cornwall.
Posted by at 02:30 on Tuesday 18 January 2011
Laugh as you learn... and discover the natural world with your family on our pick of learning and activity holidays in the UK..
Posted by at 09:28 on Thursday 13 January 2011
Kash Bhattacharya stays at Bluebell Croft, a luxury cottage on a farm in a stunning part of the Scottish Highlands.
Posted by at 10:32 on Monday 23 August 2010
Alison Thompson on the joys of taking a ‘staycation’ in the UK. This year she chose Suffolk and says she was spoilt for choice for spontaneous fun...
Posted by at 12:14 on Thursday 24 June 2010
Catherine Mack reviews one of Wales' leading adventure centres, Preseli Venture Ecolodge and Adventure Centre, which specialises in coasteering...
Posted by at 01:11 on Monday 24 May 2010
Catherine Mack discovers the joys of donkey trekking in the Alps with her family.
Posted by at 02:14 on Sunday 02 May 2010
Read Irish travel writer Catherine Mack's review of Creevy Cottages, self-catering traditonal stone cottages on the coast near Ballyshannon,...
Posted by at 11:12 on Tuesday 20 April 2010
The first thing you see when you get off the train at Fishguard in Wales is a vast white ferry.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 08:56 on Sunday 18 October 2009
Catherine has joined the greentraveller team as co-editor. She will be writing articles about eco travel and reviews of green places to stay.
Posted by at 06:08 on Tuesday 20 November 2007
Catherine Mack takes her two boys on the train and ferry from London to Ireland and discovers that times have changed...
Posted by at 01:42 on Saturday 07 July 2007
Catherine Mack looks at eco-friendly holidays in the Emerald Isle Green is synonymous with Ireland. Who needs branding when you have created a...