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Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Aldeburgh is a seaside retreat with boundless charm. The history of the resort quite possibly reaches back to Saxon times, certainly during the Middle Ages it was a prosperous port and later it became known as a fishing centre...

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Alnmouth, Northumberland

Alnmouth lies on a coastline famed for its outstanding natural beauty, thus one of its greatest pleasures is found in wandering the coastal paths enjoying uninterrupted sea and coastal views...

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Anderby Creek, Lincolnshire

One of the joys of Anderby is its fine stretch of golden sand making it ideal for bathing and for youngsters wishing to try their hand at building sandcastles...

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Arnside, Cumbria

This pretty village has all the ingredients of an old style fishing village with a delightful mix-match of charming properties rising up from a beach of firm golden sand littered with colourful sailing boats...

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Bamburgh, Northumberland

Bamburgh, is known as the ancient capital of the Northumbrian coast and it is home to probably the finest Castle in England...

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Barton upon Humber, Lincolnshire

This is a charming town spread out from the historic River Humber. There are particularly fine views of the Humber bridge, river traffic and river wildlife, with the best views being from the Barton Claypits which occupy a lengthy stretch of the river bank...

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Beadnell, Northumberland

On this coast of sheer perfection, amongst timeless coastal villages, lies Beadnell an historic fishing village...

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Beccles, Suffolk

A town of picturesque buildings, with many relaxing places in which to quietly roam...

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Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland

Standing on an entirely Scottish river, it is no wonder that the most frequently asked question concerning Berwick-upon-Tweed remains, is it Scottish or is it English?..

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Blackpool, Lancashire

Blackpool, long famous for its vast illuminated Golden Mile, commenced its rise to fame way back in the Victorian Era when the famous seafront consisted of no more than a single row of houses...

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Blakeney, Norfolk

The 100ft tower rising above the Church of St.Nicholas is a landmark that can be seen for miles around. At the eastern end of the church, a smaller tower acts as a beacon to guide vessels to the safety of Blakeney Harbour...

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Blue Anchor, Somerset

Blue Anchor in Somerset is a village dominated by the bay in which it is named after, and by the Hoburn Holiday Park, a quiet well kept park for holiday makers that sits just.....

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Boscastle, Cornwall

Boscastle is favoured with the only natural harbour along a rugged rock strewn twenty mile stretch of North Cornish Coast...

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Bosham, West Sussex

Interesting little place with the picture post-card appeal of 'Sussex by the Sea' which for centuries has captivated artists from all over...

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Boston, Lincolnshire

This is the town in which the Pilgrim Fathers were imprisoned in the year 1607 following their first attempt to escape to America and the cells which held them can still be seen in the 15th-century Guildhall...

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Bournemouth, Dorset

Seven miles of glorious golden sands, fringed by the bluest of seas lapping the shore, make Bournemouth a firm favourite for family holidays...

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Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire

The town has a north beach, a south beach and a harbour. It is both a seaside town and a fishing port...

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Bridport, Dorset

Bridport can be classed as having everything to please the holiday maker, it has a strong nautical atmosphere born of its long association with the sea, and its history as a flourishing rope making town during the great age of sailing ships...

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Brighton, East Sussex

Once a fishing village, Brighton was firmly put on the map in the 18th century by the young Prince of Wales, later to become George IV...

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Broadstairs, Kent

At almost every corner of this popular resort are reminders of the towns association with the famous novelist, Charles Dickens...

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