If youwant a holiday but you’re not quite sure if sun, sea and sand is what you’reafter, why not have a break here in the UK?
Thereare so many beautiful places to visit and loads of things to do – here are afew of our suggestions.
It’snot for everyone but camping is a really popular holiday choice in the UK. There are thousands of sites to choose from –whether you want forests, seaside or mountains, there’ll be a campsite foryou. Camping doesn’t have to mean juststaying in a tent either – there are spots for caravans, campervans, staticcaravans and in some sites there are wooden pods you can stay in. If you’ve not considered it before, take alook herefor some ideas on where a camping holiday could take you.
Youdon’t have to head over to Europe for a city break – the UK is packed full ofbusy, vibrant cities that are waiting to be explored. There’s great nightlife in places likeManchester and Newcastle, history in Bath, Lincoln and Edinburgh and fantasticshopping in Leeds and Cardiff – to name just a few. Hotels usually have gooddeals on weekend breaks throughout the UK – try here for some options. There’s noshortage of things to see and do, and the best part? If you get lost…you knowhow to ask for directions.
Ifyou’re not ready to “rough it” camping, but you don’t want a fast-paced citybreak, then a cottage holiday could be the best of both worlds. There are cottages and holiday homesavailable to rent in every corner of the UK – as remote or as central as you’dlike; here is a great website to searchfor your perfect cottage holiday. Whilstit’s more expensive than camping, you keep the costs down by taking your ownfood and drink, and you can tailor your holiday to be as busy or relaxed asyou’d like.
Let usknow where your favourite UK breaks are!
Author: Morses Club