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  1. The 30th of November marks St Andrew’s Day, Scotland’s national day to commemorate their patron saint. The national holiday celebrates Scottish culture with plenty of local cuisine, music and dance. The day is traditionally the feast day of St Andrew. He was first made the official patron saint of Scotland at the Declaration of Arbroath […]

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  2. Nov 23

    Commonly referred to as The Crossroads of the North, Lairg is nestled on the shores of Loch Shin. The area has endless amounts of lush green hills and snow-capped mountains, making the town perfect for those seeking a Highland escape. The historic town recently made the headlines after palaeontologist Dr Mike Simms revealed the first […]

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  3. Cornwall is famous for many things, including surfing, walking, and its golden sandy beaches. However, throughout the 18th century it was mostly known for smuggling. Cornwall was perfect for smugglers, as it’s rugged and rocky coastline had very few revenue men to patrol it. Although there are many stories about smuggling in Cornwall, there is […]

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  4. Nov 9

    For centuries, Cornwall’s rugged coastline made it a haven for smuggling, and back in the 17th and 18th century illegal contraband such as brandy, gin, and tea were regularly imported into the country. In fact, some parts of Cornwall relied solely on the smuggling trade, as “something for nothing” was more attractive and profitable than […]

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  5. On the 5th of November, 1605, thirteen men plotted to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Their assassination attempt was thwarted after Guy Fawkes, Britain’s most notorious traitor, was discovered in a cellar beneath the House of Lords with 36 barrels of gunpowder. After authorities stormed the cellar and captured Guy Fawkes, bonfires were set […]

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  6. Scotland is renowned for its history, so it’s not surprising that it’s home to some of the most mysterious and haunted places in the UK. From isolated battlefields, to ancient castles, Scotland is the perfect destination for those looking to get in the spooky spirit this Halloween. Here at Parkdean Holidays, we’ve chosen some of […]

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  7. For thousands of years, humans have looked to the night sky to help them navigate across the globe and to determine the time of the year. To this day, most people will agree there is nothing more peaceful than spending the night looking at the brightest stars in the Milky Way. You can view neighbouring […]

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  8. Oct 14

    Located on the South Coast, jutting straight out into the Atlantic Ocean, Cornwall is a magnet for swell. The region benefits from the warmth generated by the Gulf Stream, which provides Cornwall with mild sea temperatures from May through to November. With over 200 beaches to choose from, surfing and kayaking is every bit as […]

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    Surf and Kayak
  9. Oct 7

    Set in 184 acres of stunning Cornish countryside with over 13 lakes full of everything from Carp to Catfish, White Acres Holiday Park is one of the best locations in the UK for fishing enthusiasts. It’s also home to one of the biggest fishing events in the country, the Parkdean Resorts Masters, which returns on […]

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  10. Based on the novels written by the legendary Winston Graham, Poldark follows the story of a soldier, Ross Poldark, who has returned from the American War of Independence. On his homecoming, Ross hears of his father’s passing, sees his family-run mine in a state of near-ruin, and discovers his fiancée Elizabeth is now engaged to […]

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