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Wales Walking Holidays

Posted on: October 29, 2018 by Jessica Haney

It’s not surprising that Wales is one of the most popular destinations for walking holidays. For a start, there are miles of untouched countryside – a rarity in this day and age! There are also a variety of different...

5 reasons why bagging a Christmas staycation should be at the top of your wishlist

Posted on: October 25, 2018 by Jessica Haney

From quaint stone cottages to remote lighthouses, Victorian castles to coastal apartments, embrace this Festive season the right way with Natural Retreats in one of...

The best bonfire displays to enjoy on your Together Travel staycation

Posted on: October 25, 2018 by Jessica Haney

There are many reasons why we love bonfire night; wrapping up warm in our best woolly gear, the exhilarating ambience which fills the air, explosions of colour which paint the sky, tales of Guy Fawkes and gunpowder...

Isle of Lewis: Celebration of the Stag

Posted on: October 24, 2018 by Jessica Haney

As the colder weather begins to creep in on the Isle of Lewis, it’s the perfect time to wrap up and set out for a day’s exploring. This time of year reveals a unique autumnal beauty, and is also the perfect time to...

Top 4 things to do in the Yorkshire Dales this Autumn

Posted on: October 24, 2018 by Jessica Haney

Autumn is a wonderful time to visit the Yorkshire Dales; the landscape begins to fade from green to amber and gold, the summer rush has finally come to an end and it’s the perfect excuse to get cosy beside a log fire...

3 reasons why the staycation is on the rise

Posted on: October 1, 2018 by Jessica Haney

​Every year many Britons are deciding to swap the long airport queues and delayed flights for a glorious staycation on home soil.  Many are also beginning to realise that there are incredible hidden-gem locations...

Our road-trip from Inverness to Fort William: top highlights and pit stops

Posted on: October 1, 2018 by Jessica Haney

As Scotland has some of the most beautiful scenery in Britain, packing up your car and embarking on a road trip is one of the best ways to explore Scotland’s hidden treasures. To discover a real taste of Highland...

Top things to do when visiting the Isle of Lewis in autumn or winter

Posted on: September 18, 2018 by Jessica Haney

The Western Isles are phenomenal all year round, but the autumn and winter seasons reveal a hidden beauty which is attracting a growing number of guest’s year on year. So pack your waterproof jacket, a large flask...