Popular Locations For A UK Break


Today we take a look at some of the most sought after destinations across the UK, no matter what type of holiday you are after, were sure we can find you a location that will keep everyone happy. 

If your after a seaside adventure, why not have a look at some of our coastal properties. For a more tranquil getaway, with long walks and cycling routes, Yorkshire or The Lakes is probably your preferred bet.

But less of this chit chat and let’s dive straight in with number one..

Lake District

Home to fantastic waterfalls, mountains and walks, the Lake District is a place of sheer beauty. Many venture here for a relaxing break where you escape the hustle and bustle of city life and simply connect with nature. Popular spots are Ullswater, Keswick & even Carlisle if you venture that far north.


With rugged coastline, world class golf courses and historic cities, it’s easy to see why Scotland is so popular. It seems to have something for everyone and our holiday parks provide the perfect base to explore the Highlands & Cairngorms.


Home to Snowdonia Mountain & The Brecon Beacons, it’s no surprise thousands of people flock here every hear for a memorable break. With vast countryside, outdoor activities and traditional pubs available at every corner, it makes it a worthwhile destination.


One of the many wonderful counties down on the south west coast, here you usually get glorious weather in the summer months and the busy resorts of Weymouth & Bournemouth are thriving with tourists. For great days out Durdle Door & Monkey World are two that we would highly recommend. 


A wonderful county with great access to rest of the UK. If you love the coastline and countryside, this place is definitely for you. Cheddar Gorge is a must see, as is Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm. 


Devon is a fantastic place to visit anytime of the year, especially in the summer months though when the sun is shining and the water is clear. There are ar array of things to do here with kids and pets, if you are bringing them along too. These include Crealy Theme Park, Dartmoor National Park, Powderham Castle & Burgh Island just to name a few.


Cornwall is up there with the most popular spots in the UK, in the summer and spring, this pace is heaving with tourists from all  over the country wanting a slice of this little bit of heaven. It boasts miles of golden beaches, great water-sport activities and is renowned for bring dog friendly, whether that’s in attractions, pubs or restaurants.


The largest county in the country and home to the Yorkshire Dales & North York Moors, Yorkshire is for those looking to escape a busy city or town and relax in a serene environment. A lot of cottages, cabins & caravans are set in rural locations where a car is a must, but all the while surrounded by miles of idyllic countryside that is teaming with wildlife.


With great coastline and vibrant cities just down the road, Norfolk is a great destination for everyone. If your looking for a night out, you can catch the train into London, or if your enjoying a seaside adventure with the kids, Great Yarmouth is well worth a visit.

a kayak going down the canal

As earlier stated, the nine popular destinations for a trip away are the Lake District & Scotland with great places like the Trossachs or Loch Lomond, Wales (both north and south wales have beautiful parks with fun-filled activities), and Dorset which has several beautiful parks. Other great destinations include Somerset, Devon, Cornwall, Yorkshire, and Norfolk where you could explore Great Yarmouth.

Some destinations such as Dorset, Devon, and Wales are perfect if you intend to spend time with family and friends because they have several family friendly activities and tourist attractions.

We hope this has helped narrow down your search a little bit, these locations above are by far and a way some of our favourites and they all offer something unique.

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