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Named after a seaside town in Devon in the UK, Torquay is renowned for its healthy climate and has earned the nickname the English Riviera. One of the most affluent and beautiful streets in East London also takes its name from Torquay and runs along the Nahoon River. For those looking for things to do in East London it is worth taking a drive to Torquay Road.



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The famous Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British Royal Family, is found in the historic market town of Windsor in the UK. It is located South of the River Thames and guests in the Windsor Suite should visit the East London Harbour on the Buffalo River, where on the Royal Tour of 1947, the then Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II), performed her first solo engagement to open the graving dock.



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An affluent district in west London, Kensington is renowned for its gardens and museums and is the home of the Royal Albert School of Music. Two noteworthy local attractions that appeal to the heritage of Kensington include the beautiful Anne Bryant Art Gallery and the East London Museum, home to the original Coelacanth, then thought to be extinct.



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Renowned for attracting tourists looking for adventure, Somerset boasts natural attractions like farmlands, woods, caves, gorges and limestone quarries. s if merely set miles apart across oceans, East London sports similar natural wonders, making it an ideal adventure destination.



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Worthing is a seaside town in the UK is an elegant Georgian seaside resort where the famous author Oscar Wilde once lived and worked. Worthing has a large service industry, particularly in the Financial Services sector. East London lays claim to Allan Gray, investor and philanthropist. He went to Selborne College, rated by Google as the top school in South Africa.



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The City of Westminster is an Inner London borough which also holds city status. It lies on the north bank of the River Thames at the heart of London's West End. It is home to a number of national landmarks in the UK including Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and The Palace of Westminster, the iconic home of British Parliament. Closer to home the Guild Theatre offers visitors dance extravaganzas and often plays host to Centre Stage Productions, ballets and hypnotists, amongst others.



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Known for its affluent residents, Chelsea is a treat of posh shops and restaurants that cater for their well healed residents. The first porcelain made in England is believed to have been made here is now famously called "Chelsea China." The town is also associated with the modern Saatchi Gallery and the professional Chelsea Football Club. The extra-large, sea-facing Chelsea Suite is ideal for families and visitors who require privacy.



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Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre originally opened in 1879 and with its two sister theatres - The Swan and The Other Place - is the lifeblood of the town. About one mile west of town is Anne Hathaway's cottage - a twelve-roomed house where the wife of Shakespeare lived as a child. The link to our very own Hathaway house could not be closer and therefore, we house the works of the famed author in our communal lounge for guests to enjoy at their leisure. The supersized Canterbury Suite is ideal for families and guests looking for space and privacy.



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This historic cathedral city is a UNESCO Heritage Site and is a popular tourist destination and student town. The Archbishop of Canterbury is head of the Church of England and the worldwide communion of the Anglican Church. The Baviaanskloof in the Eastern Cape is also a UNESCO Heritage Site known as The Cape Floral Kingdom that stretches to Table Mountain in Cape Town.The supersized Canterbury Suite is ideal for families and guests looking for space and privacy.