A vibrant guide to Great Britain with plenty of colour photographs, illustrations, aerial views and detailed cultural and historical information. A great sightseer's companion, but less useful on practical advice and listings for the traveller on a budget. Includes approximately 40 pages on Wales and 40 pages on Scotland.
A useful, practical guide for the youthful traveller on a budget. Contains comprehensive listings and reliable travel information, although the detail outside London is less good. Includes approximately 100 pages on Wales and 200 pages on Scotland.
A slightly more selective guide than the Lonely Planet equivalent, with stronger cultural and historical information. A practical guide for the thinking-man on a budget. Includes approximately 125 pages on Wales and 250 pages on Scotland.
A wonderful range of bed and breakfasts for the traveller on any budget, listed by area and hand-picked for being independent, lovingly run, eccentric and extraordinary. A very interesting way to pick a place to stay.
A lovingly produced guide, with 100 walks across Great Britain listed by area, each with an enchanting hand drawn map with illustrations, a readable introduction and a list of all the practical information from distances to directions and recommended stopping places.
A great list of things to do for the tourist or the local which includes suggestions from laying flowers on Byron's grave, to bog snorkelling and mackerel fishing. It is not organised geographically which may be frustrating for some users.
A compact and practical guide to the country and probably the best all-rounder. Contains plenty of hotel and restaurant recommendations, maps and a decent amount of historical and cultural information.
A coffee-table style paperback guide with a philosophical approach to travel that is the antithesis of our modern, fast-food attitudes. Special places to stay on any budget, attractions and restaurants are all hand-picked according to the time, attention and love they lavish on their product.
If you are saving up those pennies or just longing for an open air adventure, this coffee-table style guide includes a carefully selected list of 40 of the best campsites in the UK. Each site has a description, photographs, a list of facilities and recommended local places to eat and visit. As far away as camping can possibly be from the hi-de-hi experience.