Make like monks at this gorgeous ruin with the rolling Costwold countryside as a backdrop - just idyllic!
Step back in time in this medieval town, also the setting for the conclusive battle in the War of the Roses.
There’s more to Glastonbury than music festivals – from saints to kings, the allure of this mystical town goes back thousands of years.
Either by foot or by boat, a visit to this iconic landmark is a must when in the west of Cornwall - explore the castle, sigh at the beautiful gardens and wander around the village and harbour - bliss!
A 60ft waterfall carved through the Devonian stone, this gem of a place is seeped in myth and magic - everything from Arthurian connections to piskies, sprites and ghosts. This is a very special spot.
The Minack is a must-see when in the west of Cornwall - perched high on the cliffs with views of the Atlantic behind, this stunning outdoor theatre puts on plays whatever the weather - so come prepared!
Tales of kings, would-be kings, wizards and swords cling to Tintagel like a pervasive mist - there's not many castles which have such a mythology surrounding it and one so deep rooted in the English psyche - this is a perfect day out.
A shopping mecca for all things handmade, heartfelt and hard to find… Tavistock town is more than its 900 year old market with a hearty nightlife and soul-soothing strolls.
One of the Treasure Houses of England, Beaulieu literally means ‘Beautiful Place’. Packed full of historic interest, there's gorgeous walks and plenty of sports cars for the boys.
Located on the western edge of Mount's Bay about three miles west of Penzance, this is a place that the guidebooks call the quintessential British harbour village and that Dylan Thomas crowned 'the loveliest village in England'.