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The Isle of Wight, there’s more to see and do than you think.

Just off the coast of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight has been a popular destination with British tourists since Victorian times. It is especially popular with those who like the outdoors because of its stunning scenery and coastline. The Isle of Wight has an array of sights and activities to see and do, making it the perfect destination for a family holiday. Here, holiday cottage website Blue Chip Holidays has compiled some of its favourite thing to see and do on the island. So whether you want to get out and about and explore the island or relax at one of the seaside resorts, check out the article below to see what the Isle of Wight has to offer. Carisbrooke Castle (near Newport) Carisbrooke Castle has been a defensive battlement for over 1,000 years starting off as a Saxon fortress and a castle during the Norman Conquest, before being totally remodelled…

Your Perfect Serene Getaway To The Lake District

The Lake District is a serenely beautiful part of northern England, known for its glacial ribbon lakes and the natural beauty. There’s a reason it’s protected as one of England’s few national parks and loved so much by tourists. Though it’s popular, it’s surrounded with quaint towns and easy-going locals. So what is there to do there? Let us tell you how to get the best out of all the sights available at the Lake District. Accommodation First thing’s first, you’ll want accommodation. The region has a berth of fantastic bed and breakfasts. Full English breakfasts, friendly owners and comfy rooms are well in stock here, given how much business the B&Bs can get. There are plenty of differing opinions on which B&Bs, exactly, are the best but you’re spoiled for choice. Or, if you want to try an alternative sort of accommodation, there are plenty of camping sites and…