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    • Altogold Swiss Holidays

      Hillside Walk, Storrington, Sussex, United Kingdom, United Kingdom - RH203H

      Services : Rail Ticketing Agents, Tour Operators

      Themes : Hiking, Mountain Biking, Canoeing, Mountaineering, Bungee Jumping, Trekking, Museums, Camping, River Rafting, Hill & Mountain climbing, Para Gliding, Rivers & Lake

      We are a Family run Business established in 1969 "Swiss Caravan Holidays" Offering fantastic value holidays in our static Holiday homes on Camping Manor Farm, Interlaken, Switzerland. When making an enquiry to us we automatically add you to our mailing list to ensure you know your getting the best deals (Not wanted just ask and we will exclude you). We have a passion for The Bernese Oberland Region and Interlaken that after 49+ years still as fresh as the day we started. Why not have a look at our accommodation Selection and location. Ideal for those seeking relaxing holidays but with easy access to Interlaken Town and the surrounding area....more

    • The Really Great Holiday Company PLC

      The Galleria Station Road Crawley West, Sussex, United Kingdom, United Kingdom - RH101W

      Services : Airline Ticketing Agents, Tour Operators

      We offer affordable quality holidays to Florida and the Caribbean, helping your budget go a lot further, as well as the security of being part of the Virgin Holidays family.

    • Ashdown Park

      Wych Cross, Nr Forest Row East Sussex Rh18 5jr, Sussex, United Kingdom

      Services : Tour Operators

      Ashdown Park was once part of the large area of the Ashdown Forest enclosed under the decree of 1693, and over the following century passed through the hands of several land spectators. The forest mansion house known here was built by either Thomas Bradford, who had Ashdown Park in 1815, or by Rear Admiral The Honourable Jacob Henniker who owned and occupied Ashdown Park from 1822. At the time the Estate comprised of 3,563 acres and included Pippingford Park, Old Lodge and the Army Training Ground. In 1867 Mr Thomas Charles Thompson, Member of Parliament for Durham, bought the Estate. After purchase, he demolished the existing Henniker mansion, except possibly the cellars, and built the House which forms the central section of the building as it is now. The grounds were then laid out and some fine specimen trees planted. The stream, which originates near Wych Cross, was dammed to make fords....more

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