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coastal breaks

Britain’s mainland has over 11 thousand miles of coastline - rocky coves, sandy beaches, sheltered
harbours, dramatic cliffs, quiet fishing villages, ebullient resorts ... choose your ideal spot, and make
yourself at home in a Holiday Inn.


Brighton
Fast becoming Britain’s favourite waterfront destination. The historic dockyard and lively city combine an unrivalled nautical heritage with splendid shopping, a colourful arts scene, great places to eat and drink and regular events such as the 2012 Solent Festival of Culture celebrating 200 years of Charles Dickens.

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Portsmouth
Fast becoming Britain’s favourite waterfront destination. The historic dockyard and lively city combine an unrivalled nautical heritage with splendid shopping, a colourful arts scene, great places to eat and drink and regular events such as the 2012 Solent Festival of Culture celebrating 200 years of Charles Dickens.
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Cardiff
200 hectares of freshwater lake lapping against one of Europe’s most stylish waterfronts - that’s Cardiff Bay, where water sports, shopping, eating, drinking and simply strolling are all part of the way of life. In the nearby city centre modern shopping and elegant Victorian and Edwardian arcades are minutes away from the Millennium Stadium, Britain’s premier sports venue.
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Ramsgate
The country’s only Royal Harbour - designated by George IV - is the hub of Ramsgate’s cafe life and the site of the superb Marina. Georgian terraces and regency villas form a graceful backdrop to busy shopping streets and the bustling Friday and Saturday markets, while a boat trip will introduce you to the delights of seal-watching.
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Aberdeen
From the buzz of the city to the tranquility of the beach. Wander along a mile of shops and cafes, pop in to the marble-lined art gallery, amble down to the glorious white sands for a little windsurfing or links golf, take in a West End show in Aberdeen’s own west end.  A perfect combination!
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Neath
A historic market town with a marvellous market to this day, amid a tempting mix of high street names, independent shops and welcoming cafes, pubs and restaurants - a short drive from Aberavon seafront, one of Wales’s longest Blue Flag beaches, a surfers’ hotspot with a prom that’s ideal for walking, jogging, cycling or even roller skating.

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