UK your way: Four destinations for four different travelers
UK your way: Four destinations for four different travelers
August 30, 2013 by admin

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The UK your way; bespoke concierge company Pure Entertainment Group presents four destinations throughout the United kingdom that are perfect for four different travelers. Whether you’re looking for the Royal experience, music, architecture or culture, you’ll definitely find your perfect destination in the UK. Have a look at our suggestions below:

London England

For the Royal experience…London

If you’re a traveller who wants to immerse themselves in the majesty and mystique that surrounds the Royal Family, then London is the place to be. London is positively steeped in royal history. Walk down Pall Mall and see Buckingham Palace in all its splendour, pause for a moment to watch the changing of the guard, visit the home of King Henry VIII’s six wives, Hampton Court Palace, or if the weather’s fine, take time to explore the lush greenery of the botanical gardens in the grounds of Kew Palace.

There’s a well warranted fascination with the British Royal Family and a trip to London could be just the time to discover a little more about the rich history of Britain’s most famous family.

Where to stay: Why not stay at the Goring Hotel? With over one hundred years of history, this luxury hotel was the base from which Kate Middleton set off to marry Prince William and become the Duchess of Cambridge in 2011.

Derry Northern Ireland

The place to be for culture vultures in 2013…Derry, Northern Ireland

Derry was awarded the prestigious accolade of being the UK City of Culture for 2013. This is a fantastic year to visit the city, with Derry playing hosting to a packed calendar of music, sporting, arts and dance festivals, including the prestigious Turner Prize awards. If you want to truly taste Irish culture, save your trip for the 12-18 August 2013, as Derry plays host to Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann, the largest festival of Irish culture in the world. The week will see tourists from all over the world descend on the city as Derry comes to a standstill to celebrate Irish heritage, with a week of non-stop music, performances and partying, as only the Irish know how.

Where to stay: Set in the lavish grounds of the richly wooded Ardmore, why not stay at Beech Hill Country House Hotel? The current building has been in existence since 1739 and it offers a true taste of Irish culture, with a hint of decadence.

Liverpool Waterfront at Night

The place to begin your musical odyssey…Liverpool

A UNESCO world heritage site, the city may be home to more listed buildings than any other British city outside of London, but it is also synonymous with music. And if you think Liverpool and music, you think the Beatles.

Liverpool is where the Beatles began their epic journey to fame and fortune, and the city is littered with shrines to Liverpool’s most famous sons. Start at the Beatles Story, a purpose built attraction that contains replicas of some of the bands favorite haunts, such as the Casbah, Mathew Street and The Cavern; the living history audio guide tells the whole story, from beginning to end.

After a long day of seeing such sights as Penny Lane, Strawberry field, Sergeant Peppers, as well as the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, head on down to The Cavern. Famous for being the club which helped launch the Beatles’ career, The Cavern is still a thriving live music venue and great place to end your day.

Where to stay: With music on your mind, there’s only one place that you will want to stay, The Hard Day’s Night Hotel. Located within a stone’s throw of The Cavern, guests can spend upwards of £650 per night to stay in the opulent Lennon or McCartney suites.

Oxford England

For architecture aficionados…Oxford

Oxford has a unique character, unlike any other British city. As poet Matthew Arnold dubbed it, the “city of the dreaming spires” is visually stunning. Its riverside setting, ancient University colleges, rich literary history, and quaint shopping streets, conspire to make this city a must see for any architecture aficionado.

To get the most out of your trip, why not start the day by visiting the Bodleian Library, a perfect illustration of English Gothic design, amble along to Sir Christopher Wren’s Sheldonian Theatre, and marvel at the Radcliffe Camera. And, of course, no trip to Oxford, for the architecture aficionado would be complete without marvelling at the majesty of Christ Church College, one of Oxford’s most grandiose colleges, founded in 1525.

Where to stay: Overlooking Christ Church meadow, the Old Bank Hotel is an excellent base from which to explore the city, with it being named Best City Hotel 2011 by the Good Hotel Guide.

If you like these suggestions and would like to travel to the United Kingdom your way, contact luxury concierge Pure Conciergerie for bespoke travel packages and offers.

Reservations/Bookings bespoke travel package and offers in the United Kingdom:

Email concierge@purentonline.com for travel packages in London, Liverpool, Oxford and Derry and availability at these luxury boutique hotels.

Pure Entertainment Group

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UK your way: Four destinations for four different travelers
August 30, 2013 by admin

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The UK your way; bespoke concierge company Pure Entertainment Group presents four destinations throughout the United kingdom that are perfect for four different travelers. Whether you’re looking for the Royal experience, music, architecture or culture, you’ll definitely find your perfect destination in the UK. Have a look at our suggestions below:

London England

For the Royal experience…London

If you’re a traveller who wants to immerse themselves in the majesty and mystique that surrounds the Royal Family, then London is the place to be. London is positively steeped in royal history. Walk down Pall Mall and see Buckingham Palace in all its splendour, pause for a moment to watch the changing of the guard, visit the home of King Henry VIII’s six wives, Hampton Court Palace, or if the weather’s fine, take time to explore the lush greenery of the botanical gardens in the grounds of Kew Palace.

There’s a well warranted fascination with the British Royal Family and a trip to London could be just the time to discover a little more about the rich history of Britain’s most famous family.

Where to stay: Why not stay at the Goring Hotel? With over one hundred years of history, this luxury hotel was the base from which Kate Middleton set off to marry Prince William and become the Duchess of Cambridge in 2011.

Derry Northern Ireland

The place to be for culture vultures in 2013…Derry, Northern Ireland

Derry was awarded the prestigious accolade of being the UK City of Culture for 2013. This is a fantastic year to visit the city, with Derry playing hosting to a packed calendar of music, sporting, arts and dance festivals, including the prestigious Turner Prize awards. If you want to truly taste Irish culture, save your trip for the 12-18 August 2013, as Derry plays host to Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann, the largest festival of Irish culture in the world. The week will see tourists from all over the world descend on the city as Derry comes to a standstill to celebrate Irish heritage, with a week of non-stop music, performances and partying, as only the Irish know how.

Where to stay: Set in the lavish grounds of the richly wooded Ardmore, why not stay at Beech Hill Country House Hotel? The current building has been in existence since 1739 and it offers a true taste of Irish culture, with a hint of decadence.

Liverpool Waterfront at Night

The place to begin your musical odyssey…Liverpool

A UNESCO world heritage site, the city may be home to more listed buildings than any other British city outside of London, but it is also synonymous with music. And if you think Liverpool and music, you think the Beatles.

Liverpool is where the Beatles began their epic journey to fame and fortune, and the city is littered with shrines to Liverpool’s most famous sons. Start at the Beatles Story, a purpose built attraction that contains replicas of some of the bands favorite haunts, such as the Casbah, Mathew Street and The Cavern; the living history audio guide tells the whole story, from beginning to end.

After a long day of seeing such sights as Penny Lane, Strawberry field, Sergeant Peppers, as well as the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, head on down to The Cavern. Famous for being the club which helped launch the Beatles’ career, The Cavern is still a thriving live music venue and great place to end your day.

Where to stay: With music on your mind, there’s only one place that you will want to stay, The Hard Day’s Night Hotel. Located within a stone’s throw of The Cavern, guests can spend upwards of £650 per night to stay in the opulent Lennon or McCartney suites.

Oxford England

For architecture aficionados…Oxford

Oxford has a unique character, unlike any other British city. As poet Matthew Arnold dubbed it, the “city of the dreaming spires” is visually stunning. Its riverside setting, ancient University colleges, rich literary history, and quaint shopping streets, conspire to make this city a must see for any architecture aficionado.

To get the most out of your trip, why not start the day by visiting the Bodleian Library, a perfect illustration of English Gothic design, amble along to Sir Christopher Wren’s Sheldonian Theatre, and marvel at the Radcliffe Camera. And, of course, no trip to Oxford, for the architecture aficionado would be complete without marvelling at the majesty of Christ Church College, one of Oxford’s most grandiose colleges, founded in 1525.

Where to stay: Overlooking Christ Church meadow, the Old Bank Hotel is an excellent base from which to explore the city, with it being named Best City Hotel 2011 by the Good Hotel Guide.

If you like these suggestions and would like to travel to the United Kingdom your way, contact luxury concierge Pure Conciergerie for bespoke travel packages and offers.

Reservations/Bookings bespoke travel package and offers in the United Kingdom:

Email concierge@purentonline.com for travel packages in London, Liverpool, Oxford and Derry and availability at these luxury boutique hotels.

Pure Entertainment Group

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