Simply Feet

With years of experience working with podiatrists, Simply feet offer the very best in foot care products. They carefully choose every product, so you can be sure it’s specifically designed and chosen to give you more comfort, so you can be happier and more active every day.

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Von Essen Hotels

Today we got a great new client. Luxury Family Hotels from Von Essen Hotels offer 5 Amazing Family Breaks – Summer Escapes – Experience a family friendly break this Summer with complimentary crèches, children’s activities, family friendly spas, award winning food and much more. All set in stunning locations in some of the UK’s finest country manor houses.

  • Fowey Hall & Spa, Cornwall
  • Ickworth Hotel & Spa, Suffolk
  • Moonfleet Manor, Dorset
  • The Elms Hotel & Spa, Worcestershire
  • Woolley Grange Hotel & Spa, Nr Bath

“Capture that Moment” – Optional “all inclusive” packages available for £99:

Lunch/Picnic – Children’s High Teas – all house soft drinks – house pouring wine – house pouring spirits – unlimited ice cream.

Select Latin America

An amazing New Client added today! Select Latin America is a leading specialist tour operator to Latin America and have specialised in cultural and natural history travel for almost three decades.

Select Latin America offer escorted small group holidays and tailor-made tours and are also experts in arranging cruises around the Galapagos Islands, to Antarctica, Argentina and Chile.

Their tours are aimed at nature-lovers, bird-watchers, photography enthusiasts, or anyone who enjoys travelling to remote places. Select Latin America offer unrivalled local knowledge and a highly personal service.

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Five Gastronomical Greats Of Britian

Take a look at a recent article from Lake Landecho about UK tourism and our involvement through

With the approach of spring and some better weather, many people are considering where to spend their precious holiday time. has created a list of Britain’s five ‘gastronomical greats’, which they hope will encourage people to holiday in the UK.

Ginna Clark from said, “Britain is a nation of food lovers and we are fortunate to have such a great gastronomical heritage. It isn’t just by going overseas that you can be adventurous with food. One of the undoubted pleasures of holidaying in the UK is eating out and trying new foods, so we’ve created a list of some of the national gastronomic greats that you might want to try.”

1. Guernsey Farmer’s and Fisherman’s Market.
Guernsey is an incredibly fruitful island blessed with fertile soil and plentiful seas, the products of which are best experienced at the point of origin. Every Saturday, Guernsey Farmer’s and Fisherman’s Market takes place in the delightful gardens of the historic Sausmarez Manor near St Martins. As the market’s name suggests, farmers and fishermen from across the island flock to the market to sell their fresh produce. On offer are a variety of meat, seafood, vegetables, fruit, jams, honey and free range eggs, as well as a host of other local foods.

Be sure to try: Guernsey ice-cream, made from arguably the best cow’s milk in the world.

2. Earle, Cheshire.
Earle describes itself as a ‘modern brasserie’ and is owned by TV chef Simon Rimmer, who you may recognise from BBC’s ‘Something for The Weekend’. Set in Hale, a charming village in the heart of Cheshire, the restaurant prides itself on cooking top quality, simple food in comfortable surroundings. Expect excellent quality meat, fish and vegetables, most of which is sourced from local producers within a ten mile radius of the restaurant.

Be sure to try: The Sunday lunch which has been voted best Sunday lunch outside of London, by Square Meal magazine.

3. Cheddar, Somerset.
Everyone’s heard of Cheddar cheese, but just how many people have visited the wonderful village of Cheddar in Somerset? As well as cheese (which you may have guessed) the village is also famous for its fantastic ales and cider, which can be tasted in the local breweries and pubs. The nearby gorge, aptly named Cheddar Gorge is a very popular attraction, and was named the second greatest natural wonder in Britain, in a 2005 poll of Radio Times readers.

Be sure to try: The authentic Cheddar cheese at The Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company factory. The public viewing gallery allows you to watch the cheesemakers at work for as little as £1.95.

4. Pembrokeshire Fish Week 2011, Wales.
This year’s Pembrokeshire Fish Week runs from June 25 to July 3 and is packed with more than 250 events across the picturesque county. An abundance of fish species such as Mackerel and Pollack live in the seas around the Pembrokeshire, as well as river species such as Trout and Salmon in the county’s rivers. Additionally, the week gives tourists the perfect opportunity to enjoy the spectacular coastline, clean beaches and maritime heritage.

Be sure to try: An evening, fresh seafood barbecue at a Fishguard quayside pub or restaurant.

5. Biddenden Vineyards, Kent.
Set in 21 acres of glorious countryside, Biddenden Vineyards are Kent’s oldest vineyard, planted with ten different varieties of grape. A whole host of wines are pressed, fermented and bottled at the vineyards including Schonburger, Huxelerebe and Dornfelder, to name a few. However, if wine is not your thing, the vineyards also produce high quality strong Kentish Ciders and farm-pressed apple juices.

Be sure to try: The award winning 2009 Ortega, a medium full fruit wine, well balanced with a distinctive fragrance and good acidity.

Simply registering for a brochure can bring an added bonus as everyone registering at will be entered into a draw to win a £1000 luxury holiday anywhere in the UK. That should mean you have enough spare cash to buy a few new books to take along to enjoy.

Brief encounter location one of seven best in UK

Take a look at a recent article from Lake Landecho about UK tourism and our involvement through

CARNFORTH Railway Station has been voted one of the seven ‘must see’ man-made additions to a British holiday.

To celebrate British Tourism Week 2011, which runs until March 21, has created a list of seven man-made additions to the British holiday experience and among the best of the best is Carnforth Station, setting of the movie Brief Encounter.

Train enthusiasts and film buffs will see eye to eye on a visit to Carnforth Railway Station, restored to its former glory in recent years, and the location for the filming of Brief Encounter in 1945.

As it was shot during the war, the location was selected by the War Office as being out of the way and an unlikely target for attack.

Filming took place at night in order not to disrupt train schedules.

The venues are spread across the four corners of Britain and offer entertainment for film buffs, historian, theatre lovers and tea connoisseurs to name but a few.

Ginna Clark from said: “Britain is home to a vast array of tourist attractions, but not all get the attention they deserve. “Some of these you may have heard of, but others are still waiting to be discovered.

“With the British weather being one of the few things that can let you down on a British holiday, it pays to be armed with a choice of different things to see and do.”

“With the natural scenery, plus some great man-made additions, we believe that every day of a British holiday can be packed with fun.”

A wide selection of brochures is available on to coincide with UK Tourism Week and to encourage holidaymakers to “choose the UK”. Everyone who registers on the website will stand a chance of winning a £1000 luxury UK holiday this year.

It’s official – we’re a wonder of Britain!

Take a look at a recent article from Chepstow Today about UK tourism and our involvement through

The Forest has been named as one of the seven natural wonders of Britain.

IT’S official – the Forest of Dean has been named one of the seven natural wonders of Britain for its appeal to holidaymakers.

To celebrate British Tourism Week which ended on Sunday, have created the list of locations spread across the four corners of Britain.

They range from unspoilt beaches to a breathtaking waterfall.

Ginna Clark from said: “Britain is blessed with a variety of natural wonders and awe-inspiring landscapes, some of which are almost unheard of.

“We’re hoping this list will inspire people to not only holiday in Britain, but explore some great attractions off the beaten track.”

The site says of the Forest: “The enchanting Forest of Dean covers 42 square miles of Gloucestershire and is one of the last surviving ancient forests of Britain.
“Featuring dense woodland and trickling streams the idyllic forest is home to an abundance of wildlife including deer and even wild boar.

Cape is named as the nation’s greatest natural wonder

Take a look at a recent article from This Is Cornwall about UK tourism and our involvement through

Cape Cornwall, tucked away in West Cornwall, was one of the locations highlighted to celebrate British Tourism Week, which ends tomorrow.

Designed to encourage people to seek out the little known landscape delights, the list features unspoiled beaches, breathtaking waterfalls and fascinating rock formations.

Ginna Clark from www., which compiled the chart, said she hoped it would throw a spotlight on places truly worth seeing.

“Britain is blessed with a variety of natural wonders and awe-inspiring landscapes, some of which are almost unheard of. We’re hoping this list will inspire people to not only holiday in Britain, but explore some great attractions.”

A cape is the headland where two oceans or channels meet, with Cape Cornwall the spot where the English Channel and St George’s Channel clash. Also on the list is Rannerdale Knotts in Cumbria, the unusual rock formations of The Roaches in Staffordshire and Gloucestershire’s Forest of Dean.