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Fancy getting a 4 for 3 that doesn’t clutter up your kitchen cupboard and comes with views like this? At Snowdon Lodge in Tremadog you can!

If you are looking to take your group or family to a great location in North Wales between the mountains and the sea, then look no further than Snowdon Lodge in Tremadog! We now still have some limited availability for our Special August and September 2019 Offer. 4 nights for the price of 3, or if you need a longer get-away, 7 nights for the price of 5.

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12th-14th July 2019 newly available at The Chellington Centre, Bedfordshire

Due to a last minute cancellation we have the 12th-14th July available, sleeping up to 30 people, The Chellington Centre is a exclusive use hostel, surrounded by countryside. The converted 12th Century church is a unique place to stay with self-catering equipment, dining and breakout rooms, playing field, games, walking and cycling options straight from the Centre’s doors.

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Get unplugged at Lockerbrook Farm this June – late availability/discounts

Fed up of Brexit? Want to unplug from everything? Want to get together with friends and family to explore a beautiful part of the Peak District and to have some fantastic memories? Lockerbrook Farm has late availability weekends available at discounted prices in June. Prices normally £1232 are now £880 for up to 28 persons. Quote INDIEHOSTELJUNE19.

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Discover Eskdale Valley near Innereleithen.

Cafe of the week for me this week is Eskdalemuir Community Hub & Old School Cafe which once again gave much needed food and shelter on yesterdays cycle adventure, an oasis for cyclists/ travellers.
Open Tues to Sun 10 till 4.30pm (Sunday lunch 12 till 3pm)
Eskdalemuir is not on any main roads but on some less travelled B roads through some remote countryside which can make a great excursion by car or by bike and not too far from Innerleithen and very little traffic.
Eskdalemuir’s biggest surprise.is the Samye Ling Tibetan Centre was founded in 1967 and remains the largest Buddhist Monastery and Tibetan Centre in the western world. At the heart of the centre is the spectacular temple built during the 1980s., but there is also some interest in the grounds .Visitors are welcome to visit the temple and grounds at Samye Ling; there’s more information on their website.
Some great walks nearby and the Southern Upland Way passes nearby

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