A guide to Harrogate that offers guided walking tours of: High Harrogate; Low Harrogate; Central Harrogate; the Harrogate villages; and Knaresborough. It also...... more
A guide to Harrogate that offers guided walking tours of: High Harrogate; Low Harrogate; Central Harrogate; the Harrogate villages; and Knaresborough. It also offers a 'FactFile' of key information for visitors, including hotels and restaurants, shopping and transport.
The "Which?" Guide to Scotland ("Which?" Guides) - 0852028520
This is a practical guide to mainland Scotland, the Inner and Outer Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland, with regional maps and a selection of things to do and places...... more
This is a practical guide to mainland Scotland, the Inner and Outer Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland, with regional maps and a selection of things to do and places to see. Divided into regions this guide covers the Borders, Ayrshire and Dumfries, the Lothians and Lanarkshire, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Perth and the Trossachs, Fife and Angus, Loch Lomond, the Western Highlands, the Central Highlands, the North-East, the Western Isles and Orkney, Shetland and Caithness. The introduction outlines Scottish history and each regional chapter contains a map pinpointing the best monuments, landmarks, towns and villages to see, and recommends a range of hotels and guest-houses at various prices.
White Mountains: Lefka Ori - Sfakia - Pahnes area of Crete on a contoured, GPS compatible hiking map at 1:25,000 from Anavasi printed on light, waterproof and...... more
White Mountains: Lefka Ori - Sfakia - Pahnes area of Crete on a contoured, GPS compatible hiking map at 1:25,000 from Anavasi printed on light, waterproof and tear-resistant synthetic paper. Coverage extends from the coast east of Chora Sfakion inland to the villages north of the Lefka Ori massif. Contours are at 20m intervals, with a UTM grid and latitude/longitude crosshairs. On the reverse the area between the coast and the Volkas Refuge north of the peaks of Lefka Ori is shown on a simplified but still contoured version of the main map to show more prominently 11 recommended hiking routes and sections of the E4 long-distance trail. The routes are annotated at important points with brief bilingual Greek/English descriptions. This title is part of a series of contoured, GPS compatible maps of popular hiking areas of Crete from Anavasi. Topography is shown by contour lines at 20m intervals, hill-shading, and spot heights. Some titles also have landscape/land-use variations, e.g. forest, orchard, vineyard. Footpaths and isolated huts are clearly marked. Other details include springs and intermittent streams, caves, marinas, hotels, beaches, cultural landmarks including churches and archaeological sites, etc. Place names are shown in both Greek and Latin script. The maps have a UTM grid and latitude and longitude margin ticks at 1' intervals. Map legend and accompanying text includes English.
Advantages: A comfortable well equipped hotel in Warrington Disadvantages: Mainly suited to the business traveller
...We had to arrange an overnight stay with breakfast, close to Walton Lea crematorium in Cheshire, for 7th August 2006 as we wanted to be present at a family funeral service the next morning.
A quick search on the internet showed me that The De Vere Village Hotel and Leisure Centre was only five miles from the village of Walton and the crematorium.
As we spent a leisure break at a De Vere...
Advantages: The price we found was excellent as well as the quality of the hotel. The room was very comfortabl Disadvantages: There were no real disadvantages, cheaper than London for a four star Hotel !!! Pictures to prove
...Village Hotel & Leisure Club Swansea
This was my first outing into Wales for some fifteen years. This hotel also was an excellent accomodation with great facilities. To the right of the hotel was a Starbucks and to the left was a pub. If one stays in Swansea this place can use this hotel for lazy relaxing days to use the facilities inside the hotel as well as using this hotel as a base to...
Advantages: Lots of facilities, very clean, helpful staff, great fun for all the family Disadvantages: Food a bit too generic, not very Turkish, expensive in school holidays
...Village itself other than one row of shops and a few bars/restaurants in Sarigerme. I also felt that you could have been ?anywhere hot with palm trees? - there was no real sense in the hotel complex that you were in Turkey, and I?m guessing that is the same in the other Holiday Villages as well. But, those negatives were outweighed by the fact that we all had a fabulous holiday and came back feeling...