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Further Afield was born out of the desire to create a collection of places to stay where every traveller was welcome regardless of their sexuality.
The collection has broadened over the years but at its root remains a commitment to providing the gay traveller with details on gay friendly hotels and accommodation, plus some other really useful stuff, like:
guides to gay friendly cities and other destinations
in our Wedding and celebrations collection are venues for gay weddings and other events which you can be assured will welcome you and your friends with the same warm welcome they show everyone
our blog has plenty of stories and posts about the experiences of other gay (and straight) travellers, giving you an extra insight into the places they have visited
So, wherever you decide to travel to with Further Afield you can be sure of a truly inclusive welcome – all you need to worry about is how to get there and what to pack!
When it comes to renting a villa in the warmer months, nothing quite beats having your own pool. Lying by it. Swimming in it. Gazing at it from your terrace, drink in hand. This selection of our smaller villas with private pools is perfect for groups of two to six. Casa Encuentro, Almeria, Spain (sleeps 6) This fabulous, light-filled house ….
Love is in the air. Or at least, with Valentine’s Day almost upon us, it’s just around the corner. The perfect time to woo hearts with flowers, chocolates, or – may we suggest – a visit to one of our enchanting romantic cottages for two. Hollyhock Cottage, nr Looe, Cornwall Let the stresses of everyday life disappear at this idyllic ….
Has Christmas left you feeling rather like a human pig in a blanket? Allow us to transport you to some of the most gorgeous beach hotels and B&Bs in the Further Afield collection where you can relax and rejuvenate with the warmest of welcomes. Cosy up in an intimate B&B or go further afield for some glorious winter sunshine – ….
As news spreads about Ray Cole from the UK and a Moroccan man being jailed for four months for homosexual acts in Marrakech, there are mounting cautions not to travel to Morocco because it is unsafe, especially for gay travellers.
When I first met my partner, Andrew, I joked with friends that he was ‘husband’ material. Over 20 years he has proved me right but at the beginning I never imagined ever having the choice to get married in our own country.
Iceland seems to have made it to everybody’s, and their mothers’, bucket list. And for good reason. Conveniently located between Europe and the US more and more people now stop by, rather than just fly over. But what’s the attraction?