Our Top UK Summer Staycations

fishing village of Port Isaac, on the North Cornwall Coast, England UK

Port Isaac, on the North Cornwall Coast

Port Isaac, a charming little fishing village set amidst the North coast of Cornwall is a lovely spot for a staycation. Boasting a wonderful array of accommodation to suit everyone’s needs; from family homes, dog-friendly accommodation, air b&bs, hotels and more. Brace yourself for a rich historical journey through the narrow winding streets of the village, leading you through white-washed cottages to a picturesque harbour front. For the foodies out there, prepare to be met by plenty of bars, and restaurants that sit within centuries old buildings, oozing with warmth and character, afternoon tea spots and of course a good old local pub. Not to forget about the stunning small shingle beach, the perfect place to enjoy a summer picnic, barbecue and stroll along whilst enjoying the scenic views.

Morning panorama of Buttermere lake in the Lake District. England

Lake District

The Lake District is amongst some of the most popular staycation locations attracting people from all over the country. With fantastic places to stay from a whole range of hotels, cottages, lodges and camping sites, it caters to everyone. There is also a huge range of activities and things to do in the Lakes, with more than 3,100 km of trails, there is plenty of space to walk, run, cycle and explore. Known as one of the most family friendly spots in the UK, there is a wealth of activities for you and the children to enjoy. From hiring a boat on the lake, archery, laser clay, mini golf and kayaking to name a few!

Bourton on the Hill village near Moreton in Marsh, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England.

The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds, with its rich unique history, charming chocolate-box villages, foodie farm shops, olde-world houses, lively market towns and rolling landscape is the perfect place for a summer staycation. The Cotswolds is fantastic for exploring, made up of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire, each with its own distinctiveness, yet all sharing the same stunning features: golden stone and rolling hills, the ‘wolds’.

It is a fantastic place for those outdoor lovers, foodies, nature lovers and families.

Ynys Llanddwyn Angelsey North Wales

North Wales

Boasting some of the best outdoor adventures in the world, North Wales is a fantastic location for a staycation the whole family can enjoy. With brilliant beaches, exhilarating mountain scenery, intriguing ancient culture and heritage surrounding you, there is a whole wealth of places to explore and activities to enjoy.

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