Yorkshire and Scotland have both been named as 'must visit' destinations for next year.
Yorkshire came third in the Lonely Planet top-10 regions to visit, while Scotland took the same position in the top-10 countries list.
Scotland was named partly because it will host the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles next year, while Yorkshire was chosen because of its "rugged moorlands, heritage homes and cosy pubs" as well as the fact that Leeds will host next year's Tour de France's grand depart. York Minster makes it into Lonely Planet's top 10 global 'sights to make you feel small' list.
Welcome to Yorkshire chief executive Gary Verity told the BBC: "Endorsements rarely come much better than this from a guide that has a worldwide reputation.
RCI has appointed a new business development manager for its Middle East operations. George Rahal, formerly hotels and corporate sales account manager with Orbit Showtime Network, will take up his new role with RCI on 14 November.
This unique event will take place at the Park Royal Hotel, in Stretton, near Warrington between March 7th-9th.
With the theme of 'Together We Can', the conference aims to show that by working closely together, owners and the industry can tackle many of the challenges being faced today.
The association will be celebrating its 25-year anniversary in 2014, so the conference is set to be a very special event with more resorts represented than ever before.
Further information on speakers will be released in the coming weeks.
To download delegate booking forms and sponsorship opprotunities, visit the TATOC website here.
Viewers of daytime TV will see CLC World resort Duchally Country Estate in Perthshire promoted on The Alan Titchmarsh Show on Wednesday October 23rd at 3pm.