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By |July 12th, 2024|Categories: Camping, Caravan|

Bernd Wuschack, Managing Director of German premium manufacturer Cathargo recently launched its 2025 season models, has said that while the industry and motorhome buyers have been through a tough period, there are signs of normality returning  with buyers, who have been waiting months for their new motorhomes now more likely to get them before the end of the year.  With the market having fallen back almost a decade in terms of volume and now the main area of growth being campervans which now account for 57% of the market in Europe and the UK, most countries are now experiencing more[...]

Dunrobin Castle a Jewel in the Highlands

By |June 17th, 2024|Categories: Places of Interest|

The largest of Scotlands great houses with 189 rooms and award winning gardens the castle resembles a French Chateau and is one of Britain's oldest, continuously inhabited houses. Home of Lord Strathnaver, Earl of Sutherland, and his family,  the castle is located in Golspie in the Highlands. The castles origins lie in the middle ages but  the majority of the present building was added by Sir Charles Barry between 1835 and 1850. There has been a number of  occupants since then including being a naval hospital during the First World war and  a boys boarding school from 1965 to 1972.[...]

Swanage Steam Railway

By |June 16th, 2024|Categories: Places of Interest|

This wonderful steam railway runs for 9.5 miles through some of the Dorset coasts best countryside, linking Swanage to Corfe Castle. The delightful village, sitting at the foot of the castle, constructed almost completely of local grey Purbeck limestone, has only two main streets, East and West Street which are linked at the north end by a square with its cross commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. The village has a number of excellent pubs and restaurants and, if you like gin, a very interesting selection in the local post office! Taking the steam train makes access to the[...]

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