Archive for December 2012

Travel Indochina expands its Asia River Cruising portfolio

Leading Asia specialist, Travel Indochina, has launched its new Asia River Cruising brochure for 2013/2014 with new river cruises through Burma and Laos, alongside established favourites on the Mekong through Vietnam and Cambodia and on the Yangtze in China.

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An Unexpected Journey to Oxford with Four Pillars Hotels

Oxford has been home to some of Britain’s most famous writers, poets and novelists and there’s no better time to visit this historic city than to coincide with the UK film release of The Hobbit and January’s 200th anniversary of the first publication of Pride and Prejudice. Both J. R. R. Tolkien and Jane Austen have links with the city, and local hotel group Four Pillars Hotels is offering a range of amazing offers on winter breaks from December through to March 2013 starting at just £59 per person per night including dinner, bed and breakfast. And children stay and eat breakfast for free*.

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Last minute New Year’s Deals to Malta with Malta Direct!

Ease your way into the New Year and make the most of fantastic coastlines, rugged countryside and Baroque architecture with discounted packages from specialist tour operator, Malta Direct.

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Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel to increase events capacity

One of Oxford’s most popular hotels is investing £2 million on a multi-functional Conservatory for events and dining along with new and upgraded bedrooms. Due to open in May 2013, the new bedrooms will increase the riverside property’s capacity to 84 rooms and the Conservatory will add 135 m² of space to the hotel’s current choice of 9 rooms for private events.

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Christmas shopping breaks in South East England

With festive cheer already in the air, couples can give themselves an early Christmas treat with a shopping break to one of the nine counties in South East England. From cobbled lanes lined with boutiques to modern shopping villages encompassing all kinds of high street and designer labels, coupled with charming Christmas markets, the South East makes a great alternative to the busy capital and offers a wonderful opportunity to support Mary Portas, the retail guru known as the ‘Queen of Shops’, on her quest to save the British high street.

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