Sunday Snapshots: Snowy Snapshots from across the UK

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Snow: bane for some, bliss for others. But love it or hate it, there’ll undoubtedly be a flurry before too long. Here at Sykes, we try to embrace all of Britain’s temperamental weather, and believe that a cottage holiday can be enjoyed come rain, shine or unforeseen spattering of the white stuff. That’s why we’re dedicating today’s Sunday Snapshots to snow, or more accurately, to the wonderful winter landscapes that it produces. Whether you’re planning a skiing adventure in Scotland or a loved-up winter short break in Wales, there’s a strong probability that you’ll encounter a flake or two, so be sure to pack the thermals! The effects of a bracing blizzard can be exquisite, but if you’re in need of a little more convincing, take a look at our selection of some of the Britain’s best snow-capped vistas below.

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Central Park, Airdrie, Scotland

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Nephin Snow

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Jonathan Tuplin

By Jonathan Tuplin

Jonathan is a lover of books, music and good food. Originally from Yorkshire, there's nothing he likes more than a cycle in the country. One of his favourite spots in the UK is Tenby, where he spent many a happy holiday as a child.

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