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IDEAS FOR YOUR HOLIDAY IN THE UK

For Active Holidays:

Despite the UK’s temperamental climate, you’ll find that adventures fly in thick and fast. Wakeboarding, snorkeling, diving and rock climbing, to braving the UK’s toughest hiking challenges, you can ram your holiday with a plethora of activities.
Top regions for outdoor activitiesThe Cotswolds, Wales, Sussex, Lake District & Peak District.

For Foodies:

From fish and chips to Sunday roasts and scones with helpings of clotted cream and jam to scolding cups of tea – were proud of our vast range of national dishes. Homegrown produce, we guarantee it’ll be love at first bite. But, if you happen to be berserk and disagree, you can always succumb to the quintessentially British pub culture. Step one, find a pub. Step two, order a cold-to-the-touch pint. Lastly, grab a side order of salted peanuts – and enjoy!
Top regions for food:  Ireland, Cornwall, Sussex, Yorkshire & Norfolk.

For Coastal Views: 

Whether you’re in need of a pick-me-up or etching for a change of scenery, there’s no better fix than a trip to the British seaside. Crisp, fresh air, Blue Flag beaches, rugged paths and coastline for days, tell us, what’s there not to love?
Top regions for coastal holidays: Suffolk, Devon, Scotland & Dorset.

For Lovely Landscapes: 

Lochs, mountains, national parks, castles and more – every last one lies at the heart of the UK. We know a good view when we see one, which is why most of our holiday homes boast spectacular panoramas. Some of which can be enjoyed in a hot tub, with bubbles in hand!
Top Places for views: Scotland, Cornwall, Isle of Wight & Ireland.

THE REGIONS AT A GLANCE

Scotland

  • Best for: Scenery, Lochs and Mountains, Whisky Tasting, Outdoor pursuits, Golf, Castles and Shortbread
  • Places to visit: Loch Lomond, St Andrews, Edinburgh, Highlands

Ireland

  • Best for: Irish pubs, Active holidays, Traditional music, Friendly people
  • Places to visit: Wild Atlantic Coast, Cork, Galway, Dublin

Yorkshire

  • Best for: Great outdoors, Traditional pubs, Connections to classic literature (Dracula & The Brontes), Beaches, Best waterfalls in Britain
  • Places to visit: Leeds, York, Peak District, National Sculpture Park, Hepworth

Sussex

  • Best for: Home of Winnie the Pooh, Bluebell woods, Beaches, Countryside
  • Places to visit: Brighton, High Weald, Bewl Water, Leeds Castle, Chatsworth House

Wales

  • Best for: National parks, Rural beaches, Hiking,Mountain biking, Rock climbing
  • Places to visit: Snowdonia, Anglesey, Pembrokeshire, Brecon Beacons

Somerset

  • Best for: Cider tasting, Cheddar cheese, Landscapes, Famous myths and legends (King Arthur & Guinevere)
  • Places to visit: Glastonbury, Taunton Mendip Hills, Black Down, Quantock Hills, Wookey Hole Caves

Cotswolds

  • Best for: Rambling, Riding, Excellent for foodies, Boutique shopping
  • Places to visit: Cirencester, Bath, Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Campden, Bourton-on-the-Water, Burford, Southrop

Devon

  • Best for: Water-sports, Pannier Market, Friendly people, Wild ponies, Ancient market towns, Coast line, Cream teas, Surfing and body boarding
  • Places to visit: Exmoor and Dartmoor National Park, Salcombe, Ilfracombe, Croyde, Clovelly, Chagford