UK Holidays 2021/2022
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UK Holidays Guide
Experience The UK
How much of the UK have you really seen? The Lochs of Scotland? The peaks of Wales? The beautiful sandy beaches of Cornwall? When budget is an issue, there is no better time than to enjoy a holiday in the UK, and there's plenty to do depending on your interests and budget. Here's a bit of holiday inspiration from us.
For the active, how about sea kayaking with sea lions in the Irish Sea or a trek up Ben Nevis? Or for those in need of relaxation, how about a beach break in the summer at a fraction of the cost of flying abroad, paying all those taxes and getting stuck in delays at airports? There are some wondeful seaside resorts to discover. Or for the ultimate in relaxing short breaks, perhaps you'd prefer a wonderful spa break?
If keeping the family entertained is on your mind, how about a short break at LEGOLAND? Or head to a lively holiday park with lots of entertainment, swimming pools, and activities on hand.
Travelling In The UK
Car is, of course, the most convenient way to get around the UK, especially if you're heading to some of the more remote or less accessible areas like the Scottish Highlands or the Peak District, however, you can also get some great discounts on train and coach travel. If you are restricted by travelling on public transport, fear not as we've created a list of our top 10 holiday parks in the UK near train stations.
If you are restricted by travelling on public transport, fear not as we've created a list of our top 10 holiday parks in the UK near train stations. Virgin Trains often has seat sales on its routes between London and Birmingham, Manchester, North Wales, the Lake District and Scotland, as do other rail companies.
National Express coaches is also a great option, for getting around the UK with fares from just £6.
Beach Holidays In The UK
UK offers some impressive beaches with plenty of Blue Flag awarded beaches to enjoy. The likes of Cornwall and Devon are wonderful in the summer, ideal for catching those rays, or you could explore some of the more remote beaches in Scotland, like on the island of Barra in Scotland which even doubles as a runway for scheduled aircraft on flights to Glasgow.
With two beautiful coastlines to choose from, Devon offers lots of beach holiday options. Exmouth and Sandy Bay on the south coast are very popular locations with hotels and caravan parks offering budget friendly accommodation. On the North Devon Coast, the golden sands of Woolacombe Bay are perfect for building sandcastles and enjoying time on the beach, while the small cove beaches around Ilfracombe are perfect for exploring this stunning stretch of English coastline.
Cornwall is an incredibly popular destination in England with a variety of amazing beaches and country walks. Hotels, guest houses and holiday parks are all great options depending on your budget, with many of the top caravan park brands offering deals throughout the year.
Lincolnshire is a popular holiday destination for beaches on the east coast of England with plenty of coastal scenery to discover. The first place that comes to mind is probably Skegness with its holiday camps and caravan parks, such as Highfields and Haven Caravan Park or Butlin's, just north, in Ingoldmells. If you prefer a hotel, the Premier Inn Skegness Seafront is right next to Skegness Pier and steps from the beach.
Activity Holidays In The UK
UK offers some impressive beaches with plenty of Blue Flag awarded beaches to enjoy. The likes of Cornwall and Devon are wonderful in the summer, ideal for catching those rays, or you could explore some of the more remote beaches in Scotland, like on the island of Barra in Scotland which even doubles as a runway for scheduled aircraft on flights to Glasgow. Check out the latest activity holidays in the UK here.
Yoga getaways are an ideal escape, from short breaks to two week staycations, for those looking to enjoy time in peaceful and calming surroundings, working through poses and enjoying meditation. For some yoga holiday inspiration, if you're already a member of a class somewhere, there's a good chance your teacher or someone they know organises yoga retreats, whether thats close by or further afield.
Great Hotels In The UK
You don't have to go far to enjoy some fantastic hotels, from luxury boutiques to quaint B&Bs.
Trip Advisor is a great source of knowledge when it comes down to reviewing hotels in the UK and if you really get stuck for some inspiration, there are plenty of quirky accommodations too. Give glamping a go on your next break or sleep in an old railway carriage. Narrowboats are also a great way to see the countryside. Grab yourself a dinner, bed and breakfast deal here.
Dog Friendly Holidays
Family breaks aren't really family breaks if you're not bringing everyone along, right? That's why dog friendly holidays have become so popular across the UK. The holidaying with your pets industry has grown dramatically over the past few years with websites popping up dedicated to helping you find the best breaks with dogs.
Cottages are a wonderful way to enjoy a UK holiday, giving you the space and freedom to do your own thing, eat what you want, when you want and position yourself perfectly to explore the local area. Properties range from apartments to whole homes with multiple bedrooms for lots of guests and everything inbetween. If you're lucky, you may also be able to find cottages and lodges with a hot tub. Take a look at brands like Sykes Cottages and Forest Holidays for some great deals across Scotland, England and Wales.
Frequently Asked Questions
Holidays in the UK can start from 12th April if you're staying in self-catering accommodation with your family or the people in your bubble, however, you should check the latest rules on where in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland you can travel to.
Holidays & Coronavirus
There are a number of Covid 19 restrictions currently in place with regards to domestic travel. With so much uncertainty it's important to use well established, reputable brands so that you can book with confidence, knowing you are financially protected. With package holidays abroad, it's important to book with ABTA and ATOL protection with a company registered in England, Scotland or Wales, however, for accommodation only breaks in the UK, you should check the individual company full terms and conditions and flexibility guarantees. Please make sure to look for the ATOL logo when you book packages and search for the latest news and travel advice from the relevant government site too.