Take a break with a relaxing holiday in one of the most beautiful UK holiday destinations. From Brighton Beach to the historic charms of Oxford, we’ve got plenty of tempting offers to choose from just an hour away from London, while further north you can discover the stunning scenery of the Lake District, or stroll along the winding streets of York and Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. There’s something for all the family to enjoy with our exclusive UK holidays, so find your inspiration today and start packing.
One of the world’s most iconic cities, you can find inspiration around every corner in London, not just in its famous museums, galleries and theatres.
Look around and you’ll spot historic sights dating back thousands of years, sitting alongside ultramodern skyscrapers. It’s a city that’s steeped in British tradition, and also home to one of the most multicultural populations in the world, with more than 300 languages spoken. And you can spend the day strolling through beautiful parks and gardens, then explore one of the greatest and most diverse nightlife around.
By booking a trip to London, you’ll be sure to find plenty of things to inspire and surprise you.
Manchester is a city that’s filled with spirit, home to some of Britain’s most iconic sporting grounds and a world-famous music scene.
Built on a rich and fascinating industrial heritage, the city is now also known for its vibrant creative scene, with galleries, theatres, nightclubs regularly showcasing the best in British and international talent. And this creative spirit is matched in its shopping and dining opportunities, in particular in the trendy Ancoats district, where you can find high fashion, vintage bargains and gourmet cuisine from all around the world.
And with the stunning countryside of the Peak District National Park being just a short drive away, a stay in Manchester is filled with possibilities.
Filled with history, Bath has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. Built upon natural hot springs, the city thrived under the Romans, who built the public baths that gave the city its name. The city’s medieval abbey is another inspiring sight, and from becoming a popular spa destination in the 18th century, its home to some of the finest Regency architecture in Britain.
Surrounded by the rolling hills of the Somerset countryside and with bustling Bristol just a short distance along the river Avon, Bath is an absolute must-visit.
From historically beautiful Edinburgh, to vibrant Glasgow, to the inspiring scenery of the Highlands, a Scotland holiday offers something for everyone.
Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, is world-famous for its arts festivals. It's also a great city to wander around, with the medieval Old Town and Georgian New Town each filled with architectural delights. While natural beauty sits right on the city’s doorstep, with panoramic views to be found from the top of Arthur’s Seat, and Portobello offering plenty of seaside charm.
Once an industrial heartland, Glasgow is now one of the UK’s most creative cities, known in particular for its stunning Art Nouveau architecture. Both classic and contemporary art can be enjoyed in its many galleries. The city’s West End is a must visit for foodies, and Glasgow’s many concert venues have fostered a rich music scene.
If you really want to get away from it all, head out to the Highlands. Spanning a vast distance across the north-west, the region offers dramatic mountain views, stunning lochs, beautiful beaches and historic castles.
Cornwall surf breaks
Cornwall’s rugged coastline offers some truly spectacular sights, and some world class surfing opportunities, with the wild Atlantic waters that surround the county’s coastline creating some of the best waves in Europe.
Surfing hotspots like Newquay offer conditions suitable for all levels of surfers, while St Ives also provides a unique mix of traditional seaside charm and modern art history alongside its surfing opportunities. And with more than 300 beaches to explore, you’ll be sure to find your own perfect bit of coast on a Cornwall break.
There’s more than just the famous lakes to be discovered in England’s largest national park. Found in the north-west, the Lake District is also home to countless beauty spots, and England’s highest mountains.
Formed in the ice age, and popularised in the Victorian era, the region has inspired many people over the years, including writers like Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. The region’s four biggest towns of Bowness, Windermere, Ambleside and Keswick all have their charms, and there are plenty of charming villages with traditional pubs which are perfect starting points for picturesque strolls and hikes.