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Coughton Court and the Spernal Estate

Located in Warwickshire, the Coughton Court is an English Tudor country house. Embedded in history, Coughton Court is a century’s old country house that is situated on the main road between Studley and Alcester. The main attraction is the centuries-old[…]
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Badger | European Water Vole | Common Kestrel | Fallow Deer |

Mellon Charles

Located in the remote areas of Northern Scotland, Mellon Charles is home to a quiet beach once used as a military base during WWII. It's a prime location for snorkelling where you can see wrasse and anemones. If you're lucky[…]
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Common Sea Urchin | Ballan Wrasse | Arctic Tern |

Achmelvich Bay

Description Situated in the North of Scotland, Achmelvich Bay is a stunning white sand beach that you would be forgiven for thinking is in the Caribbean. It forms part of Scotland’s North West snorkel trail where rocky outcrops provide a great habitat for the local marine life. You can expect to see plenty of fish […]

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Moon Jellyfish | Common Sunstar | Common Sea Urchin |

Studland Bay

Lined by a four-mile stretch of magnificent beaches, enriched with water sports and an array of wildlife, Studland Bay is a fantastic destination for all kinds of beachgoers. Its beauty is preserved thanks to its location within the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site which is protected under national conservation laws. Further cementing its reputation, the fictional […]

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Lundy Island

Description Located off the north Coast of Devon, Lundy Island is an ecological paradise. Don’t expect to find any cars or even roads for that matter as the island prides itself on its commitment to sustainability, it’s also protected by a Marine Conservation Zone that works to protect the species that call the island home. Things […]

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Stackpole Quay

Hidden amongst the cliffs at Pembrokeshire, Stackpole Quay is a small stoney harbour. It has become the favourite of many people who love kayaking and exploring. People explore these caves every day while some love climbing the cliffs. It is a small beautiful place to spend the day with your friends or your family. Below […]

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Portrack Marsh

Portrack Marsh is located in Stockton-on-Tees Borough by the northern bank of the River Tees in County Durham. Situated in the very heart of Teesside, it is the last remaining wetlands on the lower Tees. Portrack Marsh is home to many the wildlife species. May it be amphibians, mammals, insects or wildflowers; you’ll find them […]

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Eurasian Otter | Grey Seal | Harbour Seal | Lapwing |

Dinefwr House

A point of historical interest, Dinefwr House was originally built in 1660. However, evidence suggests that the land was mostly in use for more than two millennia by the Romans. It now serves as a nature reserve, historic house, 18th-century landscape and a medieval deer park. Dinefwr House is situated in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire. The walk […]

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Margam Country Park

Located in South Wales, Margam Country Park is present over a land of over 850 acres. The park was created in 1977. There are three noticeable buildings situated within the park. This place is a combination of beauty, history, nature and wildlife. A variety of animals is available at the park with the most common […]

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Tatton Park

The famous Tatton Park also known as the deer park is always open for you to explore. The beauty of this park is the result of its history and nature combined. Situated in the north of a town Knutsford in Cheshire, is a manor house that dates back to medieval times. The Tatton house is […]

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Raby Castle

One of the best well-kept castles in North England is the Raby Castle. With over 600 years of history, this castle has shared many stories and witnessed many changes in time. Located in the heart of Durham Dale in County Durham, it’s a lovely place to visit for a family day out. The castle was […]

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Lyme Park

Situated in the south of Disley, Cheshire, the Lyme Park Estate is managed by the National Trust. It is the largest house in Cheshire and is located in a deer park. The entire estate consists of a mansion surrounded by formal gardens and a deer park that falls in the Peak District National Park. The […]

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Red Deer | Fallow Deer | Pied Flycatcher | Barn Swallow | House Martin |

Dunham Massey

A civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford; Dunham Massey is quite the tourist attraction. The villages Sinderland Green, Dunham Woodhouses and Dunham town all come within the parish. Besides the villages, the parish also includes the Dunham Massey Park and the historic home of the last Earl of Stamford. The home today is […]

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Wollaton Park

This 500-acre land is a place where you can find a combination of fun and relaxation. The Wollaton Park is a large park with historic buildings and museums. The eye-catching historic buildings are Lenton Lodge and Beeston Lodge. The museums are the Nottingham history museum and the Nottingham Industrial Museum. The wildlife at Wollaton Park […]

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Snettisham Park Farm

A place perfect for a family day out and a farming experience for the little ones. The Snettisham Park Farm is a 329-acre working farm that is open for the public to visit in summers. This farm is perfect to visit in the summer holidays. Situated in West Norfolk, the park opened to the public […]

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Holkham Hall & Estate

Holkham is a special place where a stunning coastal landscape meets one of England’s great agricultural estates. At the heart of this thriving 25,000-acre estate on the north Norfolk coast, stands Holkham Hall, an elegant 18th-century Palladian style house, based on designs by William Kent and built by Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester. The […]

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Helmingham Hall

Since 1450, the Tollemache family own the Helmingham Hall. The magnificent hall has a moat around it and some magnificently gorgeous gardens. Though the house is under protection of the moat and has been visited by Queen Elizabeth I and II. The attracting factor of the estate is the gardens. Moreover, the beautiful gardens have […]

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Grimsthorpe Castle Park & Gardens

Even though it is a large country house, the word ‘castle’ has been attached to it for around 800 years. Owned by the de Eresby family since 1516, it is their home to this day. Today the 28th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby resides at Grimsthorpe Castle.  The house is home to a collection of paintings. […]

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Winnall Moors

The Winnall Moors is always manage as a nature reserve. Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust handle the Moor. Also. it is spread on a land on 64 acres. Wildlife on Winnall Moors includes Water Voles and many other animals. Moreover, this is the best place to visit for a calm day to take […]

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Gilfach Farm

A 400-acre farmland, Gilfach Farm is a nature reserve in the heart of Wales. The farm is great for bird watching because of its variety of species of birds. The farm has walking trails all around the farm, taking the visitor through woods and meadows and the Wye river bank. The buildings are in the […]

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Eurasian Otter | Brown Hare | Badger | Common Hedgehog | Western Polecat | Stoat | Weasel |

Aughton Woods

Within the Forest of Bowland, Aughton Woods is the largest ancient woodland in the Lune valley. Aughton woods consist of five adjacent woods which are Burton, Shire Oaks, Walks, Lawson’s and Cole woods. Aughton Woods has a history. The word Aughton means a settlement of oak. The woods though are now reverting to a high […]

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Smallbrook Meadows

Not just any meadow; this mosaic of small water meadows, ponds, marshes, and wet woodlands are a sight worth watching. Smallbrook Meadows is divided into two areas with the car park in-between. The seasons bring about the changes in the look of the entire meadow. As spring arrives, the colourful flowers bloom all around. The […]

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Eurasian Otter | Chinese Water Deer | Common Kingfisher | Water Rail |

Cricklepit Mill

Restored in the 1990’s by the Devon Historic Buildings, Cricklepit Mill is the earliest known mill to still be in full swing. Built in the 13th century, it is a fulling mill that is used to finish woollen clothing by pounding it. The restoration in the 1990’s was due to a devastating fire that ruined […]

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River Otter

Beavers were nowhere to be found for 500 years in England. Suddenly in 2013, someone noticed the first beaver on the banks of River Otter. It has since then been home to beavers and has because of that become a popular attraction to the public. River Otter rises on the Blackdown Hills, just inside the […]

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Angel Bay

An inlet on Little Orme’s Headland, Angel Bay is a bay located on the North Wales Coast. Angel Bay is popular because of its view and a wide range of marine wildlife. The basic and highlight animal of Angel Bay are the Grey Seals. It is easy to watch them while they swim around. The […]

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Knapdale Forest

Planted in the 1930’s, Knapdale Forest is a place for adventure. The forest covers most of the region of Knapdale, where you can find loch’s, a range of wildlife and explore ruins. The Knapdale Forest has become a place for continuous visitors. The forest is mostly known for the ancient Castle Dounie, abandoned villages, a […]

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Bradgate Park

Built more than 800 years ago, Bradgate Park is a deer park with a rich history. With one of the oldest brick country houses and a famous landmark, it is a popular attraction. The Bradgate Park extends a land of 830 acres and has oak trees which are over 500 years old. The old Bradgate […]

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Fallow Deer | Red Deer | Common European Adder | Palmate Newt | Slow Worm | Noctule Bat |

Rossall Point

Located in Fleetwood, Lancashire, Rossall Point is a modernized tower which is one of the coast watch offices to the Nation Coastwatch Institution (NCI). The tower looks out towards Morecambe bay and towards Blackpool. Rossall Point Tower is a tourist attraction because of the amazing view it provides. Standing on the top floor of the […]

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Donington Hall

The 200-year-old hall is used for hospitality and to host exclusive events. The hall has a history of the many residents who have lived through the past two hundred years. Donington Hall opened up in 1793. Besides the hall, there are lakes with fish swimming freely. On the 26 acre ground, you will find lawns […]

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Chatsworth Park

Designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the 1760’s; Chatsworth Park is a 1000 acre land. It consists of a deer park, the village of Edensor, Stand Wood and a garden centre. Chatsworth Park is home to many wild animals including the Red Deer and Fallow Deer, sheep and cattle. Every part of the land provides […]

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Charlecote Park

Belonging to the Lucy family for over 900 years, Charlecote Park is a huge attraction today. Its rich history and the beauty of its gardens and park attract visitors from all over. Visitors are welcome to see the open rooms of Charlecote Park to discover more about the estate’s history. The kitchen is open and […]

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Dyrham Park

Home to a 17th-century mansion; Dyrham Park boasts a large and unique collection of items. The mansion is still being restored with a few projects currently underway. The house is still open for visitors to learn about its history and art. Dyrham Park comprises of the Dyrham Mansion house, the deer park, West Garden, book shops, […]

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Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary

A part of New Forest National Park; Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary is a place where you can come face to face with Fallow Deer. It may be sometimes difficult to spot a deer at the New Forest and that is why the Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary is there to help. The sanctuary guarantees deer spotting in the months […]

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Ashton Court Estate

The grand mansion dates back to the 11th century and has since then been passed down by multiple owners. Ashton Court Estate is an 850-acre piece of land which is owned by Bristol City Council. Over the years it has been used for a number of events, including the Royal Show in 1936. Ashton Court […]

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Woburn Abbey

A fun filled place with a whole bunch of activities and things to see. Woburn Abbey is a country house rich in art and steeped in grand architecture. With 400 years of history, the grand country house has become a spot for a constant crowd. It is famous for not only its history but also […]

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Richmond Park

One of the UK’s top sites for rare wildlife and ancient trees. Richmond Park is one of the eight Royal Parks in London to have a well-known status. The park is a National Nature Reserve and an important habitat for wildlife.  The land was enclosed in 1637 by Charles I and has since been open […]

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Petworth Park

Home to one family for over 900 years, Petworth Park is a 17th-century mansion that is home to a unique collection of art. Art from different centuries like the Percy Dynasty, the Napoleonic Wars, the Tudor Reformation, and the Gunpowder Plot is portrayed at Petworth Park mansion. The mansion also holds a wide array of […]

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Lodge Park & Sherbourne Estate

A deer course and house, Lodge Park is a house that stands in the Sherborne Estate. It is the last surviving 17th-century grandstand of England. Lodge Park once belonged to John ‘Crump’ Dutton. The estate was given to the National Trust in 1982 and has since then been under them. The stone house has a […]

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Knole Park

A deer park and manor house, Knole Park is a 15th-century masterpiece built by Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury. The Knole Golf Course lies in the north of the park. While most of the land is free for deer to roam. The deer there are used to people walking close to it which makes deer watching […]

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Bushy Park

Located in the London Borough of Richmond upon the Thames; Bushy Park is the second largest Royal Park after Richmond Park. With an area of 1100 acres, this park is the second largest and oldest in London Royal Parks. Dating back 4000 years; there is evidence that the park was used in the medieval times […]

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Newquay Harbour

Description Newquay Harbour is located on the Cornish coast; situated in the popular seaside town of Newquay, it’s a lively and colourful place, attracting tourists from all over the UK. The summer months see the busiest times in Newquay with people looking to visit the beautiful beaches. Things to Do Newquay harbour is a popular attraction with […]

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Land’s End

The highest Highland compared to the nearby highlands, Land’s End is a headland located in western Cornwall England.  The headlands close to it are Pedn-men-dhu that overlooks Sennen Cove and Pordenack. The area around Land’s End is a designated part of an Important Plant Area due to its rare species of Flora found there. The […]

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South Stack Cliffs

Located on Holy Island, North West Coast of Anglesey, South Stack Cliffs is a Nature Reserve run by the RSPB. The South Stack Cliffs is a popular and unique place. It is unique due to the presence of a small yellow flower known as the Spathulate Fleawort which can only be found here in the […]

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Point Lynas

Situated along the beautiful coast of Anglesey, Point Lynas is an active light house built in the 17th century. The lighthouse consists of a lighthouse tower, the head keepers house and two keeper’s cottage. All of this is contained within a high castellated wall that can only be accessed through a stone arched gateway. Off […]

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