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St Mawes

St Mawes is well known as one of the most idyllic towns in Cornwall, and it’s a town which, ‘Cornwall Life Magazine’ confidently states, many people would love to live in. On the south-western tip of the Roseland Peninsula, St Mawes lies opposite the larger town of Falmouth, across the River Fal, with Truro further […]

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Rye

Tourism chiefs and marketing agencies must have had an easy job, when looking for ways to promote Rye in East Sussex; with so much history in the town and surrounding area, there is a lot to say about this area of the southern England. Rye comes under the umbrella of ‘1066 Country’,  nicknamed because of […]

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Aldeburgh

Britain is world renowned for many different reasons, although when it comes to towns, some are purely famous because of their connections with well-known figures, and Aldeburgh in Suffolk is no exception. This traditional seaside town has strong connections with Suffolk born composer and conductor Benjamin Britten, who co-founded the annual Aldeburgh Festival, and is […]

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Selling your Seaside Property

From Housekeeping to Online Advertising: Selling your Seaside Property Many of us dream of living by the beach and it’s no secret that houses with a sea view have an instant advantage over other coastal properties on the market. But that doesn’t mean you should just sit back and wait for the offers to pour […]

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Whitby

Many of the seaside towns in the UK have long and interesting histories, their pasts connected with industries, famous people who lived there, or perhaps even pirates and smugglers. Whitby in North Yorkshire is a bit different though, with its east cliff, and cliff-top churchyard cemented in history as the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. […]

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Oban

Nicknamed the seafood captial of Scotland, Oban is a well-known resort town and fishing spot, on the west coast of Scotland. Fishing along the shore, or out on the water, is a popular pastime here, with catches including species of trout, cod, and salmon. Oban’s relationship with the sea continues through its opportunities for sailing, […]

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North Berwick

East Lothian is a county that offers an unbeatable mix of coast and countryside for locals and visitors alike, and among the towns and villages that populate it, is the idyllic seaside town of North Berwick. North Berwick was once a Royal Burgh and a lively fishing and trading port. Fishing is just one industry […]

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