Despite the funny weather, living in the UK really is a dream, to live in a place so small compared to other countries but so diverse and with so many different things to do really is wonderful. The UK is so good in fact that you really don’t need to go anywhere else when it comes to going on holiday, there is so much to explore in the UK and so many different types of holiday you can have, take a look at this list to see the top four British holidays for you and all the family.
Relax In The Countryside
Get some fresh air; the kids can have endless amounts of grass to play on; you can visit some animals, go for long walks, and enjoy cozy country pubs. Head to Yorkshire, the Lake District or get up to Scotland and you’ll find some beautiful scenery and some wonderful places to stay too. Check out Airbnb and rent yourself a beautiful country cottage and spend the evenings playing board games with the whole family and the days enjoying the greenery of the UK.
Oh I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside
The UK has some amazing beaches and if you the good weather as well then even better. Not only is the beach fun and you can go every day for free, but our seaside towns usually come with classic piers, arcades, funfairs and plenty of ice cream. Get yourself a caravan for the week or pitch up your tent at somewhere like one of Lyons Seaside Holiday Parks and have a week of classic, British seaside fun.
Explore City Life
The UK is also so rich in history and culture and a holiday in a city will give you plenty to do. You could certainly fill up a week or two visiting cities such as London or Edinburgh going to all the museums, castles, attractions and historic sites. Not only is it fun but you and the kids will learn plenty, and you’ll never be short of anything to do. From trying out different restaurants, shopping till you drop and taking in a show or two at the theatre, a city holiday has something for everyone.
Have Fun At A Theme Park
Many of our fantastic theme parks also come with hotels to stay in. There’s the Alton Towers Resort, the Drayton Manor Hotel, Thorpe Park Resort, Chessington World Of Adventures Resort and Blackpool Pleasure Beach (with all the hotels and B&Bs you can dream of in walking distance), to name a few, these resorts are themed hotels which are a joy to be in alone, nevermind the fact that you basically have a theme park for a garden – what’s not to love? Alton Towers has its Splash Landings hotel with themed rooms such as colorful beach hut rooms, Ice Age rooms, and pirate-themed hotel rooms as well as a Waterpark. Thorpe Park boasts its Thorpe Shark Hotel, and at Drayton Manor, you can stay in a magical Thomas & Friends themed room.