New Column: British Landscapes Photography from Derek Fogg

The Snowdonia Horseshoe - © Derek Fogg

Hi and welcome to British Landscapes Photography.  I'm Derek Fogg, landscape photographer and  I am delighted to have been given the opportunity of sharing with you my images of the landscapes of the British Isles.  Although not an anglophile, being … [Read more...]

12 reasons to Visit Britain in 2012


As London prepares to pull out all of the stops as hosts of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the rest of Britain has followed suit for what is set to be a blockbuster year of experiences only to be had in 2012. Whether you are a sports lover, a … [Read more...]

Weird Britain: Complete Guide to Britain’s Quirky Events in 2012


Britain wouldn't be the same without it's wealth of quirky events, we've rounded up as many as we can think of, so if you fancy a spot of swamp football or perhaps think you could become the World Marble Champion then now's your … [Read more...]

Caledoniatopia: The top 10 sites in Edinburgh – Best Things to See and do in Edinburgh Scotland


Edinburgh attracts an estimated 13 million tourists every year. Why? Well, it’s simple really - there’s a wealth of things to see and do and an abundance of affordable accommodation to stay in, from traditional Edinburgh cottages to the usual hotels … [Read more...]

Top 12 Coastal places – The Great British Coast


1). The White Cliffs of Dover have been a symbol of hope and of home for centuries, even before Vera Lynn immortalised them in song. Arriving on a ferry, they are unmissable and are so important they are now preserved by the National … [Read more...]

12 of the most handicap accessible places to stay in Britain


Cringletie House Hotel is a Scottish baronial castle in 11.5 hectares (28 acres) of gardens and woodlands. The castle was built in 1861 and the 4* hotel is fully wheelchair accessible with a wide range of facilities for guests with mobility, hearing, … [Read more...]