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You can visit the stunning Loch Tay where it is possible to take part in many water-based activities.

Go on the longest funicular electric cliff railway and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of Cardigan Bay with Aberystwyth Cliff Railway, situated at the end of Aberystwyth promenade.

The Hall is an impressive example of a Victorian country house built in the Elizabethan style.

If you took the ferry from Mallaig, then you'll arrive at Armadale, where you'll find Armadale Castle and the beautiful gardens which lead out on to some stunning views of the Cuillin Hills and the Sleat Peninsula.

It has a fine selection of historic buildings, pubs and tearooms.

Aldeburgh encapsulates a typical British seaside town with its pastel-coloured 19th century holiday villas lining the impressive promenade Inland, the High Street offers charming shops to browse through each offering an array of antiques and arts, an independent book shops.

Rousay, Egilsay, Wyre and Eynhallow are all very rich in archaeological history. Rousay boastssome of the best preserved monuments in Scotland, earning a reputation as the ' Egypt of the North'.

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You can visit the town's lifeboat station with museum and shop, and also visit the 16th century Moot Hall, which houses a museum taking you through the town's history from its Roman beginnings to present day.

The town of Alnwick is dominated by its impressive castle which began as a Norman mott and bailey castle only to be replaced by a stone castle in the 12th century.

The castle is a favourite film location, notably doubling as Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter films.

Destinations Attractions Itineraries Region Type of attraction North West England North East England Central England London Region South East England South West England Scotland Wales West Ireland East Ireland South Ireland North Ireland Northern Ireland The 1066 Country walk (one of many great walks in the area) literally lets you walk in the footsteps of William the Conqueror along the 31-mile trail from Pevensey Castle near Battle Abbey to Rye, through beautiful hills, woodland and orchards.

Dating from the 14th century, Aberconwy House is the oldest house in Wales and the only medieval merchant's house in Conwy to have survived the turbulent history of the town.