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Turquoise Holidays honeymoon sale

Pangkor Laut - Turquoise Holidays Honeymoon Sale

 By Jane Anderson, Editor of 101 Honeymoons

If you have your honeymoon in mind, book by 29 February for some massive savings and added extras.

Turquoise Holidays’ Honeymoon Sale starts today. Book by 29 February for one-off deals which will not only save you up to 55% off room rates but also line you up for some added treats including a free gift worth £100 from Turquoise. You won’t find these unique special offers to the Indian Ocean, Caribbean, Africa, South Pacific and southeast Asia anywhere else.

Here are some of my personal favourites – all include accommodation with breakfast, international/domestic flights and transfers.

Samaya Ubud

Head east for 10 nights on a two-centre honeymoon in Bali, staying at the Samaya Ubud (pictured above) and the beachfront Samaya Seminyak. Now costing from £2,265 pp (a saving of £510 pp), there’s a couple’s massage and romantic dinner included as well as your own villa with a private pool at each hotel. Find out more.

Baros, Maldives

Sri Lanka and the Maldives make the perfect culture/beach two-centre honeymoon – save £410 pp staying at the Ulagalla in Sri Lanka and Baros (pictured above) in the Maldives. 11 nights now cost from £2,299 pp. Find out more.

Fairmont Royal Pavilion, Barbados

The Fairmont Royal Pavilion (pictured above) is in a prime beachfront location on Barbados’ glamorous west coast. Now costing from £1,399 pp for a week, Turquoise will throw in a candlelit dinner, Champagne and strawberries – and you’ll save £850 pp. Find out more.

This is just a taster of the many Turquoise Honeymoon Sale offers – and there are long-haul flight upgrades from just £255 each way.

Remember, you must book by 29 February 2016.

VIP honeymoons to New York City

Top of the Rock view of Empire State Building

By Jane Anderson, Editor of 101 Honeymoons

I’m not on my honeymoon, but if I were, I’d be very pleased to have just arrived in New York in style, having flown from Luton Airport to Newark with boutique French airline, La Compagnie.

Launched in April 2015, this five-times a week service puts business class transatlantic travel within reach of a wider audience. Perfect for honeymooners looking for a taste of the high life without blowing the budget.

Departing Luton Airport at 5.45pm, there’s a signature cranberry and champagne cocktail to greet you on board, lie-flat seats with comfy pillow and cosy blanket, personal Samsung Galaxy Pro 12 tablets for inflight entertainment and tasty in flight meals care of French chef Christophe Langree. A little cosmetic pack includes products from natural French skincare brand Caudalie, but above all, the flight feels intimate and special and the 2×2 configuration works well for couples who will arrive fresh as a couple of daisies at 9pm New York time. You’ll both certainly get a good night’s sleep on shorter overnight journey home, where the flight number is a slick 007 – founder, Franz Yvelin is a huge James Bond fan.


I’m staying at the Loews Regency on Park Avenue, recently reimagined into a modern classic. Honeymooners should try and bag Signature Suite 2120, otherwise known as ‘Uptown Bohemian’ on the top floor – more the Manhattan apartment you always dreamed of than hotel room – and part of the hotel’s recent US$100million renovation. Its vast living room is adorned with all the art and stylebooks you never get time to read from Chanel to Wes Anderson’s film art. There’s your very own kitchen and breakfast bar which you can pre- order anything you fancy and the chic bedroom has a Prada print above the sexy bed and around the double wardrobe lies a vast bathroom with copper roll top tub.

Loews Regency is renowned for its power breakfasts and the mover and shakers of Manhattan gather here to kick off their working day in style. Honeymooners can relish the luxury of being on holiday as they take a leisurely breakfast of eggs benedict and the like. Or if you’re more a muffin on the go type couple, head next door to Sant Ambroeus coffee shop for a pumpkin muffin and cappuccino.

The bar at Loews is a cool place for a nightcap where you’ll feel like Manhattanites. Order a Perfect Pair (Edinburgh Gin or Grey Goose Pear, Poire Williams, Pear Puree and lemon juice).

And don’t forget to treat yourselves to a ‘power’ hair appointment or couples massage and facial in Julien Farel Restore Salon and Spa, where everyone from Raphael Nadal to Ivana Trump has been spotted!

Loews is just a short stroll to Central Park where a horse and carriage ride for two may be schmaltzy, but all part of NYC tradition.

ABC Kitchen by Jean- Georges, Flatiron, Manhattan

If you want to do the big Manhattan sights, head downtown to One World Observatory beside the imposing and moving 9/11 Memoria & Museum to commemorate the fall of the Twin Towers. The defiant One World Observatory is a staggering 102 floors, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, and well worth it for the lift experience alone. A wrap-around film visually charts Manhattans rise from the swamps in pre-historic times to present day skyscrapers.

For a NYC institution that’s recently reopened, head to the Rainbow Room at The Top of the Rock, an exclusive NYC restaurant with crystals hanging in its imposing windows. Catch a sunny day and you’ll be bamboozled by refracted rainbows dancing across the room. There’s an incredible view of the Empire State Building, and expansive, gourmet buffet inspired by cuisines from around the globe to tuck into at US$95 a pop, whilst Sweet Meg and the Wayfarers play old-school ‘40s tunes. I recommend the dim sum, not to mention the Champagne Cosmos – Cointreau, grapefruit, and champagne.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir Central Park Reservoir Fifth Avenue and 90th Street

Moving more into 2016 hipster mode, combine dining with retail therapy at ABC Cocina with its seashell encrusted walls, chandeliers and industrial chic. Michelin star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten serves up whole food and inventive fare – you only have to look at the mocktail menu such as ginger lime soda sangria pumpkin. After sustenance comes shopping at ABC Homewares, just next door with its cornucopia of beautiful things.

Couples who love must make a beeline for recently opened Whitney Museum Of American Art right by the High Line, featuring permanent iconic American artists from Hopper to Cornell and exciting temporary exhibitions.

Afterwards stroll along the High Line hand in hand. This cool combo of street art, adventurous planting and gritty city and River Hudson views will make you feel like a true Manhattanite, before you board your business class plane back home!

How to do it

Honeymooners booking by 29 February 2016 pay £1,500 all-inclusive for two return flights to New York Newark from London Luton. Passengers of La Compagnie are offered 20% off duty free at Newark Airport.

Loews Regency has luxury king rooms from £194 per night, room only. New York City Passes
start from £63 for an adult (one day only) to £229 (10 day pass). More info at


6 Romantic Things to do in Mauritius

By Laura Brothers

If you are looking for romance, head to Mauritius. The island’s crystal blue lagoons, coral islets and unspoiled beaches make it an idyllic setting for loved up couples young and old. Often rated as one of the most enchanting places in the world to tie the knot and regularly voted as one of the top honeymoon destinations, there is no questioning the beauty of Mauritius. Yet beyond the picturesque beaches and luxury hotels lies an island waiting to be discovered.

Road Trip

1. Explore the back roads

Surprisingly, car hire services are not that popular in Mauritius, but they are easily available and a must for those seeking a bit of an adventure. Get behind the wheel, put the windows down and explore parts of the island that many don’t see. Mauritius is a relatively small island so it’s easy to reach all four corners by car. Make sure you travel along the southern coast. Think rugged panoramas, crashing waves, black rocks, and stunning Mauritian countryside. Local hire car specialists include Maki Rentals.

Rochester Falls

2. Visit Rochester Falls

Accessed via a narrow, off-road track across sugarcane fields, the Rochester Falls can be difficult to find, but well worth the trek. Located in the south of Mauritius, between the towns of St Felix and Souillac, the jungly verdure and small but impressive falls are the perfect backdrop for a romantic day out. Surrounded by sugarcane fields and banana plantations, this might be one of the most beautiful waterfalls you will ever see.


3. Sample the rum

Mauritius is renowned for its sugar plantations and where there’s sugar, there’s rum – and you most certainly can’t leave the island without trying some! The island has a number of small charming distilleries, where you can sample the goods. Head to Rhumerie de Chamarel in Chamarel, in the south west. Its award-winning double-distilled rum has been aged in oak, and is rated amongst the best. Tours run Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 5.30pm.


4. Go horseriding

Imagine riding a horse along the beach, with a beautiful blue lagoon and mountains in the background. Mauritius is better known for its golf courses and scuba diving, but you can also visit parts of the island on horseback, including beaches and mountains trails. Haras du Morne offers horseback rides with professional staff and quality coaches for beginners or experienced riders.

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5. Set sail on a catamaran

Take a catamaran cruise and discover parts of the island you never knew existed – including volcanic rock formations and mangrove swamps. And if you want to go all out, why not hire a private catamaran and enjoy a sunset cruise, just for the two of you? Sunset is the best time of day and, if you’re lucky, you might spot dolphins. White Sand Tours offers a superb catamaran excursion off the North Coast.

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6. Get high in a helicopter

If you find that you’ve experienced everything Mauritius has to offer on ground, then the only thing left to do is enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Mauritius from high above, right? A helicopter sunset flight is the perfect way to spend an evening and as you can imagine, offers some of the most spectacular views of the island. Book a helicopter flight with Mautourco.

* For honeymoons in Mauritius, we recommend Beachcomber Tours, an independent tour operator specialising in luxury holidays to Mauritius, Seychelles, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Morocco.

The Cary Arms – 3 nights for 2 offer

By Jane Anderson, Editor of 101 Honeymoons

Pint of prawns Captain's Table

One of my favourite seaside boltholes in the UK has a great offer throughout September – perfect for a romantic getaway, hopefully with the added bonus of an Indian Summer!

The Cary Arms, bang on the water in Devon’s Babbacombe Bay, is offering 3 nights for the price of 2 throughout September, staying in any of their luxury sea-facing rooms or cottage suites.

The atmosphere is more “inn on the beach” than hotel with an informal vibe, great food in the bistro-style restaurant, vast terraces and endless ocean views.

Guest room at The Cary Arms, Devon

Check out my colleague Catherine’s review of this romantic gem of a place.

Three nights in September now cost £590 per couple (saving £295), including full English breakfast. Book by 8 September for a complimentary couple’s massage as well.

Find out more about this Seaside Serenity and other special offers from the Cary Arms.

Caribtours June sale

By Jane Anderson, Editor of 101 Honeymoons

If you’re getting married in June, you’ve probably booked your honeymoon already. If not, Caribtours has negotiated some amazing deals for holidays departing in June, all high on romance and great value – ideal if you want to propose in style or just get away together for a last minute break in the sun.

All prices include flights, private transfers and accommodation with meals as specified. Offers must be booked by 13 June 2015.

Here’s my pick of the most romantic resorts included in the Caribtours Half Price June Offers sale.

Cap Maison, St Lucia

Cap Maison

I especially recommend this boutique hotel for foodies – and there’s even a ‘Proposal Concierge’ on hand to help would-be grooms create a moment to remember. Save 50% off accommodation – 7 nights from £1,325 pp including breakfast.

The House by Elegant Hotels, Barbados

The House, Barbados

There’s 50% off accommodation at this luxurious adults-only hotel. 7 nights from £1,559 pp including breakfast.

Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa, Mexico

Dreams Tulum

Exclusive to Caribtours, enjoy 50% off accommodation. 7 nights from £1,289 pp on All-Inclusive.

Tamassa, Mauritius


Exclusive to Caribtours, half-price accommodation – 7 nights from £1,249 pp on All-Inclusive.

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu, Maldives

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu

7 nights from £1,135 pp including breakfast, with 2 nights free, a 15% accommodation saving and a free room upgrade to a Beach Villa.

Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah, Oman

Shangri-La Barr al Jissah

Stay for 5 nights, pay for 4. 5 nights from £815 pp including breakfast.

Save 35% on luxury Malaysia honeymoon in 2015

Tanjong Jara beach

jane anderson    By Jane Anderson, Editor of 101 Honeymoons

If you’re still looking for the dream tropical honeymoon this year, look no further.

Our friends at Turquoise Holidays have negotiated an exclusive deal, saving up to £835 pp, at the gorgeous Tanjong Jara, on Malaysia’s unspoiled east coast – and May to September are the best months to visit this part of Malaysia.

A week in a beachfront Anjung Room now costs from £1,495 pp including free dinner each evening as well as flights, private transfers and breakfast each day.

Honeymooners also receive 30% off spa treatments in the Tanjong Jara Spa Village, and a complimentary bottle of wine.

Anjung RoomTeretai poolThe beachNelayan Pool

The Anjung Rooms, one of the highest category in the resort, are 88 square metres in size, scattered along the beachfront and boasting sexy outdoor bathrooms and a canopied veranda.

The golden sand beach is seemingly endless but there are plenty of other activities on offer too. There’s a cooking school, snorkelling or diving over the colourful reefs, jungle treks, cycle rides through local villages – even batik painting.

This offer is applicable for stays between 1 May and 25 October 2015 (flight supplements apply between 7 July – 15 August). Book by 15 May 2015.

Find out more here.

Best Walking and Cycling Honeymoons

Walking honeymoonPiedmont cuisinePicnic for twoCycling at sunset

heather  By Heather Godbert

If you’re planning your honeymoon and the idea of lounging on a tropical beach with hot and cold running cocktails doesn’t appeal, check out my top picks of the most romantic ‘alternative’ honeymoons. Each combines self-guided walking and/or cycling in the great outdoors with characterful hotels and fabulous food and wine.

One of Gozo's pretty bays

Tranquil luxury in Gozo

Head to Gozo, sister island of Malta, for a quiet, peaceful break in the Mediterranean. Island life here moves at a slower pace and you’re surrounded by spectacular coastal and rural landscapes, quaint villages and crystal clear turquoise waters. Explore this beautiful island on foot or two wheels before relaxing in the evening in the particularly romantic 5* Hotel Ta’Cenc which offers two enormous swimming pools, spa treatments and superb food. ‘Brangelina’ had a suite there when they were filming ‘By the Sea’ in 2014. April to June and September to November are the best months.

Gorgeous lakefront hotel in Austria

Austria’s natural beauty

Soak up the sheer beauty and fresh air of the lakes and valleys of Carinthia on our ‘Wandering around the Trails of Lake Worthersee’ honeymoon in Austria. This relatively unknown region is the perfect place to unwind – stop for a dip along the shores of Lake Forst, enjoy a scrumptious picnic in lush green meadows, explore picturesque lakefront villages and ancient castles before chilling out over a delicious dinner in your hotel each evening.

Villa Beccaris, Piedmont

The tastes of Piedmont

Explore the fine-dining delights of Italy’s Piedmont region on a romantic honeymoon that will tantalise all of the senses. We guarantee you will fall in love with this gastronomic wonderland, making your way through the region by bike before enjoying a particularly memorable stay in a stunningly restored 19th century family villa in Benevello which boasts a Michelin-starred restaurant. Head Chef Damiano Nigro delivers mouth-watering Italian classics using only the finest local ingredients.

Catalunya coastline

Be enraptured by Catalunya

Combine beach with culture in Catalunya, arguably Spain’s most beautiful and vibrant region – think intimate sandy coves, medieval villages, atmospheric hotels and stellar cuisine. Choose from walking or cycling itineraries. On this relaxed cycling honeymoon, you will meander along quiet country roads and coastal paths and a stay at one of our favourite hotels – the Castell d’Emporda. This superbly restored 700-year-old castle has truly unique rooms, each decorated with furniture collected by the owners while on their travels around China, India and Morocco.

Relax in the French Caribbean

Discover the French Caribbean

If you can’t resist the lure of the tropics, check out our fabulous self-drive and walking itinerary in the French Caribbean. Staying in Guadaloupe (where the BBC’s popular Death in Paradise series are filmed) and Martinique, it’s all about lush tropical scenery, sandy beaches, intimate hotels and mouth-watering cuisine, a fusion of French and Caribbean flavours.

All our walking and cycling holidays include plenty of time for R&R and detailed route notes plus your luggage is transported from hotel to hotel each day with various levels of activity to choose from, depending on how energetic you want to be. Check out the Headwater website for a full range of self-guided walking and cycling holidays – there’s even canoeing and cross-country skiing for a honeymoon with a difference.

Seychelles honeymoon deals in 2015

Enchanted Island Resort Seychelles

By Jane Anderson, Editor of 101 Honeymoons

For textbook honeymoon R&R on dreamy beaches far from the madding crowd – think Seychelles. Flights take around 13 hours including a stopover – time to relax, snooze, decompress, enjoy a glass of fizz as you watch a few movies, look back on your special day together and look ahead to your honeymoon. It’s definitely worth the flight – few places in the world deliver the sheer sense of romantic escapism that epitomises the Seychelles.

I’ve found two tempting offers from the specialists, Just Seychelles, which tick every box when it comes to a textbook tropical honeymoon.

Enchanted Island ResortBath with a viewEnchanted Island Resort beachVilla with private infinity pool

The new, luxurious Enchanted Island Resort is an intimate 5 star deluxe island resort, a 15-minute speedboat ride from the main island of Mahé. Travel in September or November 2015 and save £1,250 pp on a week’s stay in a private pool villa. 7 nights now costs from £2,089 pp including Emirates flights from London, breakfast daily, speedboat transfers and some romantic extras such as a bottle of Champagne on arrival, one romantic 3-course à la carte dinner, a one-hour ‘couples massage’ and a framed photograph of the two of you. There are just ten spacious villas but a host of facilities such as an à la carte restaurant, top notch hilltop spa and complimentary kayaking and snorkelling.

Kempinski SeychellesKempinski Seychelles beachKempinski Seychelles - stylish roomsFantastic snorkelling

The 4 star Kempinski Seychelles, on Mahé’s gorgeous white Baie Lazare beach, offers fantastic value for money, not least with a 50% discount off half-board accommodation for the bride in June, September and October 2015. 7 nights half board cost from £1569 pp including Etihad Airways flights from London and private car transfers. Flights are also available from Manchester and Edinburgh (supplements apply). Honeymooners receive a bottle of wine, fresh tropical fruit basket and a special cake on arrival.

Check out all the latest special offers from Just Seychelles and find out about their honeymoon gift service.

Honeymoon sale – huge savings from Turquoise Holidays

Le Taha'a - Turquoise Holidays

By Jane Anderson, Editor of 101 Honeymoons

Starting on 16 February and lasting up to 28 February 2015, the Turquoise Holidays Honeymoon Sale has savings of up to £2,888 per person in the Caribbean, Africa, the Indian Ocean, south east Asia, the South Pacific and Australasia.

Every honeymoon booking made during the sale period also comes with a gift – for example there’s Benefit cosmetics worth £100, a Heidi Klein bikini or a mini iPad per couple for all honeymoons booked in business class.

All the following offers include international/domestic flights and transfers and most also include special extra touches for honeymooners such as a starlit dinner, champagne on arrival, spa treatments or beach picnic.

Dreamy honeymoons - Pangkor Laut

Tahiti and Bora Bora – save £2,888 pp

This dreamy South Pacific overwater villa holiday includes 5 nights B&B at Le Taha’a Resort & Spa and 5 nights half board at the St Regis Bora Bora. From £5,795 pp.

African Safari-Beach in Tanzania and Zanzibar – save £2,400 pp

Combine 4 nights at Sand Rivers Safari Lodge in Tanzania with 7 nights at Fundu Lagoon, a Robinson Crusoe style resort on Pemba Island just off the Zanzibar Coast.

Oman and the Maldives – save £1,600 pp

This honeymoon includes 5 nights B&B at the stunning Six Senses Zighy Bay in Oman and 7 nights full board in a Lagoon Water Villa at Six Senses Laamu. From £3,699 pp.

The Maldives – save £1,400 pp

Turquoise is offering an exclusive 50% discount at The Residence Maldives. 7 nights half board in a Beach Villa costs from £1,895 pp.

South Africa and Mauritius – save £1,375 pp

Enjoy 4 nights all-inclusive at the malaria-free Makanyane Game Reserve and 7 nights B&B at The Oberoi Mauritius. From £3,085 pp.

Safari honeymoons

Kenya & Zanzibar – save £1,163 pp

Combine an all-inclusive 3 night safari at Hemingways Ol Seki Mara Camp in Kenya with 7 nights in a luxury pool villa at The Residence Zanzibar. From £2,799 pp.

Fiji – save £900 pp

Chill out in a beachfront bure suite at the Yasawa Island Resort & Spa with all meals and 50 minute couples spa treatment included. From £2,999pp.

The Seychelles – save £900 pp

Escape to Denis Private Island for 7 nights in a beach cottage and a complimentary upgrade to all-inclusive. From £2,569 pp.

Barbados – save £750 pp

A week with complimentary upgrade to half board at Cobblers Cove on the Platinum Coast now costs from £1,529 pp.

Thailand – save £768 pp

You’ll have your own private pool on this 7 night honeymoon at the Banyan Tree Samui. From £1,995 pp on a B&B basis.

Six Senses Laamu, Maldives

Mauritius – save £625 pp

With an exclusive 45% discount at The Residence Mauritius, 7 nights half board now cost from £1,345 pp with a free room upgrade to an ocean view room.

Malaysia – save £498 pp

A week at Pangkor Laut on half board, staying in a hill villa, now costs from £1,320 pp.

Bali – save £448 pp

Relax in a private pool villa at the Samaya Seminyak. 7 nights B&B costs from £1,995 pp.

Borneo – save £443 pp

Adventurous couples can enjoy a week at the eco resort of Gaya Island. From £1,185 pp including breakfast and 2 dinners plus a complimentary room upgrade.

St Lucia – save £400 pp

7 nights far from the madding crowd in an ocean view room at the charming Ti Kaye Resort & Spa costs from £1,164 pp on a B&B basis.

If this hasn’t inspired you, check out the new Islands and Beaches brochure, designed particularly with honeymooners in mind. The Turquoise Honeymoon team also offer a dedicated Honeymoon App and website, a Honeymoon Doctor to offer live on-line planning support, an interactive Honeymoon Gift List to enable friends and family to contribute, fridges stocked with champagne at their shops in Battersea and Beaconsfield to smooth the decision making process and a range of honeymoon luggage accessories including ‘Just Married – please upgrade!’ baggage tags.

Is this Britain’s most beautiful wedding venue?

By Mark Hodson

If you’ve ever fantasised about owning a huge baronial mansion in the countryside, have a word with Chris Badham and Damian Llambias. The couple were searching for suitable venues for their lavish wedding and kept drawing a blank. “Everywhere was either a wreck or a fully-serviced hotel,” says Chris. “We just wanted a gorgeous house where we could host a grand party.”

Then they found Huntsham Court in Devon. It was a bit of a wreck, but it was on the market, so the two Londoners decided this was the excuse they needed to up sticks and quit the rat race. They bought the property for £1.83 million and have spent the last three years restoring it.


Huntsham Court can now be hired for weddings, parties and other get-togethers, and it’s a stunning venue. Unusually, it has no fewer than 34 bedrooms – each individually decorated – and it is rented bare. Sleeping up to 80, it is reckoned to be Britain’s largest baronial house available for private hire.

You pay a basic price, to which you can add staff and catering if you wish, but you can also choose to stock the bar with your own drink, thus avoiding painful markup or corkage fees. One wedding party even parked their own fish and chip van outside the front door.

Built in 1868, Huntsham Court is a grand stone-built mansion near Tiverton, set amid glorious rolling countryside. Inside it’s surprisingly cosy and intimate, sensitively restored, and decorated with authentic period furniture, plush furnishings and serious art.

“It’s first and foremost our home, so we wanted everything to be just right,” explains Chris. “Most of all, we don’t want it to feel like a hotel.”

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The couple have certainly achieved that. The house is beautiful, inside and out, but never imposing. It feels warm and welcoming, and guests are encouraged to pop into the pantry to grab a snack or make a cup of tea. There are five acres of grounds to wander about, and local marked walks. Exmoor National Park is nearby.

There is no mobile phone reception at the house, which adds to the feeling of splendid isolation. Yet it’s relatively easy to reach from London, just two hours by train from Paddington and a 40-minute drive from Bristol.

Huntsham Court is licensed to carry out civil ceremonies and there’s a small church alongside the driveway – but wedding planners will need to book ahead, because it’s already fully booked for summer 2015.

* A two-night exclusive hire of Huntsham Court starts from £7,200 for 19 bedrooms, rising to £15,000 for the whole property. First Great Western has advance single fares from London Paddington to Tiverton Parkway from £39.50 each way.

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