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Escape the Everyday on the Great West Way

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  1. Escape the Everyday in Corsham this Summer
    This summer, discover historic buildings, glorious countryside, flamboyant peacocks, independent shops and historic houses as you Escape the Everyday in the Great West Way market town of Corsham.
  2. Summer is here at McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Swindon
    With the summer holidays in full swing, head to McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Swindon for a day out for all to enjoy – as well as some great savings too.
  3. Escape the Everyday at an English Vineyard
    This summer, escape the everyday as you explore a stunning 7-acre vineyard and sample delicious local produce on the Great West Way.
  4. Torchlit Summer Evenings at the Roman Baths
    Located in the heart of Georgian Bath, the Roman Baths is one of the finest spas of the ancient world. Visitors will be able to explore the Roman Baths by torchlight this summer as the historic site stays open until late on selected dates in July and August. Flaming torches will be lit around the Great Bath and there will be a pop-up Prosecco bar.
  5. Visit Reading Summer 2021
    Reading is an unexpected and surprising short-break destination west of London along the route of England’s Great West Way. Visit in Summer 2021 for the 900th anniversary of one of England’s medieval gems, Reading Abbey.
  6. Escape the Everyday at Blenheim Palace this Summer
    This summer, receive a warm welcome into the home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Wonder at this masterpiece of 18th century Baroque architecture, which houses some of the finest antique collections in Europe.
  7. Roseate House - Hotel in London
    A short walk from Hyde Park with stunning views over the leafy Westbourne Terrace lies Roseate Hotels & Resorts’ luxury boutique hotel, Roseate House London. Roseate House London features 48 luxurious rooms and suites spread across three mid-19th century, Grade-II townhouses built in 1842, restored to the original allure and charm of their rudimentary Victorian architecture. Residents can promenade their way to some of the landmarks of London such as Kensington Palace, The Royal Albert Hall, Oxford Street, Park Lane, High Street Kensington and Portobello Road, or take a short walk to Paddington station that offers underground access to the entire city and the Heathrow Express to the Heathrow Airport.
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  8. Exterior of the Roseate in Reading
    The Roseate Reading was originally a share hall for the Berkshire County Council. The building along with its wide hallways, vaulted ceilings, cornice mouldings and the original lift shaft have all been restored to their original glory.
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  9. The Roseate Villa in Bath
    Tucked away, five minutes’ walk from the centre, The Roseate Villa is the perfect escape.
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