Top 5 Locations To Staycation In The UK

1) North Yorkshire

 North Yorkshire is home to many natural beauties, Including the famous North Yorkshire Moors and countryside. With many tourist attractions and events to choose from you’ll be spoilt for choice! The tranquility of the countryside provides a relaxing escape perfect for a peaceful holiday. However if you are looking for something a bit more thrilling, Flamingo land is a theme park that has something for everyone! 

 

 

 

 

 

2) The Cotswolds 

With miles of rolling countryside, grand stately homes, chocolate box villages, you are guaranteed to fall in love with this picturesque location. There is so much to explore, as the Cotswolds covers 800 square miles of Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire. Castle Combe, which is also known as ‘England’s prettiest village’ can be found here alongside the gardens of Prince Charles’ private residence Highgrove House.

 

3) Scottish Highlands

The Scottish highlands are where you can experience a completely untamed break. Here is home to some of the greatest natural beauty sites in the UK, including Ben Nevis, the enchanting Loch Ness, Eilean Donan Castle and the largest National Park in Britain, the Cairngorms. In addition to this, the Highlands are home to the Jacobite steam train, also known as the Hogwarts Express in the Harry Potter Films. The Scottish Highlands are a location like no other and perfect for a scenic staycation. 

 

4) North Wales

Some of the most attractive UK staycation destinations can be found in North Wales. With limitless amounts of activities to take part in, you will never have nothing to do! As well as timeless natural beauty, North Wales is home to new and unique experiences, such as Zip world Penrhyn Quarry,where you can try the Velocity 2 Zipline which is the fastest Zipline in the world! Not to mention the unforgettable views from Snowdonia National Park. As well as natural beauty, North wales is also home to man made beauty in the form of the village Portmeirion.  The Italian Riviera meets rural Wales with a riot of colour and architectural styles at Portmeirion Village.

 

5) The Lake District

The Lake District holds some of the most spectacular views in Britain. Tourists from all over the world explore The Lake District National for it’s breathtaking wildlife, history, culture and not to mention, the scenery! With picturesque villages and an abundance of activities, there is something for everyone! The lake district is also home to many famous historical and geographical sites, for example, the remains of Ambleside Roman Fort. Therefore making it one of the best locations to staycation in the UK! 

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