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Accommodation in the UK

Known as the UK, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland covers England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales in its entirety. For such a small island the culture and landscape vary drastically from one area to another making it a great place to enjoy a UK holiday that other destinations could not match, rich in history and ancient heritage. Whether it’s a weekend city break, a walking holiday, a fishing holiday, a golf break or a shopping break, there is plenty on offer in the UK. From beautiful country cottages in the Cotswolds, to City Apartments in London or Edinburgh you can choose to enjoy a long stay holiday, a short break of a weekend escape, allowing you to explore what the UK has to offer.

Places to holiday in the

England– From the dramatic coastlines of Cornwall to the breath-taking landscapes of the Lake District, England offers endless appeal. Step back in time in quaint villages and escape everyday life in the countryside or lose yourself in the moment with the hustle and bust of its major cities.

Northern Ireland – Packed full of blue mountains, forest parks, Mazy lakes and windswept moors, Northern Ireland offers dozens of small towns hidden away amongst the green countryside, with holiday cottages making the perfect base from which to set out an explore.

Scotland –With its rugged highlands, beautiful scenery and historical monuments, Scotland offers some of the very best in walking and climbing in the UK. With a long and interesting past, it holds a great importance, both historically and as the birth place of golf.

Wales – With awe inspiring national parks such as Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia and the Pembrokeshire coast, Wales offers a vast amount of adventure activities for those taking a holiday in the UK. With walking, climbing, mountain biking, sailing and surfing on offer along with many more adventurous sports. UK holiday cottages in Wales are an ideal choice for those looking for an active family holiday in Great Britain.

Things to do in the UK

Golf- With Scotland home to some of the most historical golf courses, such as St Andrews, Royal Troon and Camoustie. Golf holidays in the UK are popular with golfers all over Europe, as many locations in England, Wales and Northern Ireland also boast UK holiday cottage just perfect for that golfing break.

The Great British Countryside – Those would like to embrace the great outdoors cannot go far wrong with outdoor activity holidays in the UK. With the UK countryside offering some of the best walks, mountain biking, and horse riding holidays in Europe, whether its taking in the beauty of the many coastal paths or exploring the vast landscapes in the Cotswolds, Peak District or Lake District. There is dramatic scenery to be viewed and traditional country pubs to be found, to offer you a good meal and a warm fire to rest your weary body.

The British Coast – Each part of Britain’s coast can tell you a different story, which is why they are a particular popular place to take a holiday in the UK. Offering you every type of holiday accommodation imaginable, from charming holiday cottages to beach apartments and homes, a traditional beach holiday in the UK will allow you to take in and enjoy a variety of activities from coastal walking holidays, Fishing holidays, sailing holidays to simple rest and relaxation holidays. Allowing you a romantic UK break or an adventurous UK family holiday.

UK Cities – If you are looking for a fast pace holiday, World-famous UK cities such as London, Edinburgh, Belfast or Cardiff can offer you attractions ideal for a weekend UK break. With countless sporting and cultural events such as the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, the Edinburgh fringe festival or the BBC proms, there is so much for you to see or do in Britain’s cities and towns.

Weather in the UK

As an island surrounded by sea, the UK’s weather conditions can often be unpredictable. Summer in the UK tends to be from mid June to late August when temperate can reach over 20°C, however do expect sporadic rain showers. Winters in the UK are much harsher than those in Europe, with regular rain fall and temperatures dropping to the region of 5°C.

Travel to the UK

For those moving around the UK, its offers an extensive network of trains and buses that will take anyone anywhere, it also offers a very well connected Motorway system. If travelling to the UK from overseas, there are daily international flights that arrive into most regions, such as London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast. The UK’s national airline British Airways offers flights into almost all regions of the UK or for cheap flights to the UK, you should look with operators such as Easyjet or Ryanair.