With staycations becoming increasingly popular at the moment, check out our top 5 UK holiday destinations. We’re sure you’ll find somewhere that is perfect for you and the family to visit and explore.
The land of fresh air, peaceful lakes, picturesque mountains, and cosy towns and villages. Head on over to Windermere and Ambleside if you’re after an adventure, these are a public favourite due to the great access to Lake Windermere. Stopover at Coniston Water if you fancy yourself a challenge, climb Old Man of Coniston and also give Grizedale Forest high ropes a try! As the evening approaches, Buttermere and Keswick are home to plenty of snug pubs and tasty dining for your relaxation.
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If you consider yourself a creative person then St Ives and Falmouth are perfect for visiting galleries and capturing magnificent harbours. Get over to the coastline and walk along unforgettable beaches such as Praa Sands and Godrevy Beach. Feel the grains between your toes at Marazion Beach, where there’s miles of soft sand to stroll and sunbathe on…eventually you can saunter across the causeway to the famous St Michael’s Mount.
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Cobbled villages and whimsical towns are fluttered throughout the incredible countryside and also clinging to cliffs along the coast. Be sure to pop over to the ‘must-visits’ during your time in Devon; Appledore, Bideford, Instow and Ilfracombe. Woolacombe is an award-winning beach and is often found on many ‘best beaches’ list…it is a beautiful place to visit in the summer, as well as the winter.
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If you’re after an adventure with the kids, visit the Cotswolds Water Park for a fun day out kayaking, paddling or even wakeboarding your way across the water. Next, go to the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, a family-friendly attraction. The dreamy old-fashioned cobbled houses line the scenic villages and towns throughout the top UK holiday destination. Visit the blooming serene gardens including Hidcote, Batsford Arboretum and Kiftsgate Court Gardens.
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Home to the preserved terraced streets and mills of the World Heritage Site of Saltaire, Yorkshire boasts three wonderful national parks, a rugged and wild coastline, and historic Victorian architecture. Visit the grand old cities and sweeping moors and Dales for your dose of heritage. If you’re a foodie, you’ll be pleased to know that Yorkshire is riddled with Michelin-starred restaurants.
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Holiday Park Finder
If you’d like to be able to visit and return to these incredible destinations at your convenience than head on over to our Holiday Park Finder and find the perfect place to put one of our holiday lodges. You can chat with one of our friendly sales advisors for more information or to answer any of your questions! We’re happy to help.