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Dark Tides by Chris Ewan

This island has a rare and exciting history to discover and the books of Chris Ewan will certainly give you a unique view of the island and its history.

There’s a lot of folklore and stories about this place – do you know about the Hop-tu-Naa, the Manx Halloween? It’s a Celtic festival which takes place on 31st October like Halloween although this festival dates back much earlier. The name pronounced Hop two nay – translates as This is the Night…..

Death in the Dales by Frances Brody

The books of Frances Brody are an excellent way of discovering parts of the Dales you might not have seen otherwise. Death in the Dales is set around Settle and Langcliffe which are only a short distance from this walk. You can certainly get a good view from Malham of the setting on the book’s cover and the delights of this part of the world Private Investigator Kate Shackleton investigates:

“On the approach to Settle, I noticed the whiteness of the roads,due to the limestone formation. Sharply defined hills, boulders and rocks stood out against green foliage.

Devizes Camping and Caravanning Club Site

The Devizes Club campsite is a quiet and secluded retreat by the side of the Avon and Kennet Canal in the heart of Wiltshire. Trees from the Centenary Wood, planted in 2001, are now flourishing at this lovely Club Site, where the surrounding countryside includes some of the UK’s most significant prehistoric sites.

The site is four miles from the pretty market town of Devizes, which you can get to by walking along the refurbished canal towpath, passing the 29 locks in the Caen Hill flight on route.


We didn’t want to leave Man’s Best Friend out of the BUFF® fun so here’s Dog BUFF®. New to this year’s collection, some designs are available in mix & match with adult designs. Available in standard (which fits most medium to larger breeds eg Labs, Poodles, Setters, Alsatians) and small (for Terriers and smaller dogs)

When you are purchasing an item of BUFF Headwear for yourself, you can now also purchase a Dog BUFF for your best friend. Available in two sizes, one for larger breeds and one for smaller breeds, the microfibre tubular will keep your dog seen with the addition of the reflective strip on selected products. New to AW16/17 Catalogue, you can now mix & match with an Adult BUFF and Dog BUFF. Selected designs only.

Microfibre tubular to be worn around a dogs neck.

East Anglia and Lincolnshire

Camplify is the fastest growing peer-to-peer caravan hire and motorhome rental community in the UK. We connect local owners of static caravans, touring caravans, campervans, motorhomes and trailer tents with holidaymakers seeking to experience the joys of camping in East Anglia and Lincolnshire.

Whether you’re looking for a coastal, countryside, or city break, East Anglia and Lincolnshire have you covered. Located in East England, this region is popular with many caravan holidaymakers looking for an accessible yet diverse and exciting destination. Hire a caravan to explore the beautiful beaches of Norfolk or head to Head to RSPB Minsmere Nature Reserve on the Suffolk coast for a wildlife safari. The region also has a rich cultural heritage and historical significance. Lincolnshire is named the ‘Bomber County’ for its wartime role as a key location for bomber stations.


Our passion for the purity and sustainability of Eco for Life, began with our passion for the environment.  We decided to fill our 100% plant made bottles with a great tasting still spring water, bottled at source in The New Forest.

Natural, Premium, Reusable, Refillable, Eco for Life bottles are fully biodegradable and compostable, they are made 100% from plants from a completely renewable resource and can be disposed of in several eco-friendly ways.

They will biodegrade in properly managed home compost heaps and can also be biodegraded in industrial composters which many local authorities and waste management companies have access to, a fantastic way to return these 100% plant made bottles back to the soil from which they grew.

Eco for Life bottles are fully chemical free, and because they are made 100% from plants, this stops finite fossil fuels from being used as a raw material, crude oil amounts to approximately 25% of the composition of each PET plastic bottle.

When it comes to the health of the planet as well as ourselves, our bottles are a big step in the right direction away from ‘plastic’ single use bottles.


Elemental is a lightweight walking sock made from man-made fibres for those of you prefer non-wool or simply can’t wear wool. 

Elliot Brown – Broadstone Adventurer Clipper Race Edition

The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race is one of the greatest challenges of the natural world and this ltd edition watch is built to cope with everything the crew members face.

With an inner timing bezel, extra GMT/UTC hand that tells the time in a second time zone and two ultra comfy straps it’s the perfect companion for anyone who loves travel and adventure. It’s also incredibly handsome and equally at home under the cuff of a jacket or shirt.

Limited to 1000 individually numbered pieces worldwide.

Elliot Brown – Kimmeridge Ladies

Elliot Brown’s Kimmeridge female collection is typical of their relentless attention to every detail.

A gorgeous 38mm brushed and polished gold PVD case hides a Swiss quartz movement that will work and look great for years. The beauty of these watches is that they are built so well you never need to give them a second thought.

The crisp white dial and soft caramel leather with white stitch work beautifully with any outfit yet will also out perform any watch when the going gets tough.

Encounters with Wainwright (Book)

The Wainwright Society is delighted to report that its publication, Encounters with Wainwright, compiled and edited by David Johnson, was placed as a joint Runner-up for Lakeland Book of the Year 2017.

The book contains 120 stories of people who met or knew Alfred Wainwright. These range from very brief encounters to accounts from those who knew him over many years. Together they provide much new information and many previously unpublished photographs, and provide the reader with an opportunity to consider Wainwright afresh in the light of first-hand experience.

Escalante Pro – Peak2Pub

The Peak2Pub range keeps growing and the Escalante Pro has been designed with women in mind. Inspired by the American southwest, the Escalante Pro combines Wigwam’s patented moisture management technology, Ultimax® with style, comfort and support.

Eva’s Cousin By Sibylle Knauss

In the summer of 1944 Gertraud Weisker 20 years old when her cousin Eva Braun invited her to come and keep her company at Berchtesgaden.

This is the story of her fascination with the easy, glamorous lifestyle of her cousin and the gradual realisation of the dark history unfolding around it

Exmoor, Selworthy: Holnicote House

Lying near the village of Selworthy at the heart of the Exmoor National Park, this historic building is set in peaceful gardens with extensive lawns and has superb walks right from the doorstep.

The house was once the heart of an extensive 12,500 acre estate. In 1944 owner Sir Richard Dyke Acland, a Liberal MP and founder member of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), gifted the house and estate to the National Trust.

Today Holnicote House comprises of 34 newly refurbished bedrooms both in the main house and in the thatched cottages in the grounds. There are two comfortable lounges, dining room and sociable bar.

The gardens, part of the wider Holnicote Estate, are extensive and include a putting green and croquet lawn. The heated outdoor swimming pool is always popular with our guests.

We are a #LitterHeroes Property



Falcon Manor Afternoon Tea

Treat yourself to our traditional afternoon tea, served every day between 2.00pm and 5pm. Featuring a selection of sandwiches and home baked sweet treats it’s the perfect reward following a morning in the great outdoors. Afternoon tea can be taken in the lounge, bar or out on the terrace should the weather permit.

What’s more, you can make it extra special with a glass of fizz. Or for something a little more unusual add a cheeky glass of G&T from a range of gins matched with the best tonics.

  • £17.50 per person
  • Daily 2pm – 5pm
  • Booking advisable

Falcon Manor Spring & Summer Getaways

There’s so much to see and do right from our doorstep. Cleatop Wood offers a lovely circular walk of around four miles, a stroll along a green lane and across farmland brings guests to the ancient woodland, a Site of Special Scientific Interest. As well as bluebells as far as the eye can see as walkers wander up through the wood when you emerge from the trees there is an excellent view of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks mountains and the upper reaches of North Ribblesdale.

Then when you’ve exhausted the great outdoors head back to Falcon Manor for a sumptuous meal and relaxing overnight stay in one of our boutique bedrooms, followed by a fabulous breakfast the following morning.

  • DB&B from £155 per couple
  • Superior & Suite upgrades available
  • Full Yorkshire Breakfast
  • Walkers packed lunches £7.50

Falcon Manor Walking Breaks

The Three Peaks walk traditionally starts at nearby Horton in Ribblesdale at the Pen-y-ghent Café, where walkers can clock-in and out to time their walk. This walk is for the very fit, but there are plenty of shorter walks in the area for walkers of all abilities. The Ingleton Waterfall Trail is a delightful walk and photographer’s dream with some of the best waterfalls in the UK, including Thornton Force. The Reginald Farrer woodland nature trail from Ingleborough Hall takes you to Ingleborough Cave past a wonderful collection of rhododendrons and wild flower meadows and under Thwaite Scars.

Then after a day exploring the great outdoors head back to Falcon Manor for a sumptuous meal and relaxing overnight stay in one of our boutique bedrooms, followed by a fabulous breakfast the following morning.

  • DB&B from £145 per couple
  • Full Yorkshire Breakfast
  • Packed lunches £7.50
  • Hamper options