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With a long and exciting history, there is no shortage of things to do in the United Kingdom. From the Cotswolds to Wales, Peak District to National Parks, you can uncover endless adventures and make the most of your break away.
Discover one of the many areas of outstanding natural beauty across the United Kingdom with a stay at one of our friendly and accessible hotels.
Explore the sights and sounds of the country with the various tours, museums, art galleries, parks and architecture that are second to none.
Welcome to The Cotswolds Explore Historic Towns & Villages
The Cotswolds covers almost 800 square miles and runs through five counties (Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire).If its fishing, visiting historic castles or horse riding, the Cotswolds has something for you.
Explore The Peak District Enjoy the Heights & Sights
Located in the heart of the United Kingdom, the Peak District landscape is a natural phenomenon. It is considered a haven for those with a sense of adventure and taste for the outdoors. Visitors come here to cycle, cave climb, canoe and abseil.
Discover The Lake District England's Largest National Park
The Lake District national park is a mountainous region in the county of Cumbria, North West England. Recently it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with Lake Windermere being one of its most popular attractions. Over 15 million people visit the national park annually to experience the beauty of the Lake District either by foot, bike or water.
Explore the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads Adventure Through Magical Waterways
Explore the “Venice of the East”, a little-known fact that the river ways are man made from Medieval times. The Broads National Park has over 125 miles of navigable lock-free waterways set in beautiful countryside and studded with picturesque towns and villages.
Discover Wales Exciting Coastal Experiences
Explore the 1,400 km of scenic coastline, its 230 beaches and 50 islands. Discover with family & friends the variety of blue flag beaches that have been voted some of Britain's best sea side locations. From lush gardens to majestic waterfall’s, the natural scenery of Wales are impeccable.
Explore the South Downs Breath-taking Views & Hidden Gems
The South Downs National Park between Winchester, the first capital of England, and the white chalk cliffs at Eastbourne, covers 1,600km of breath-taking and hidden gems. Explore the inspirational landscapes, wildlife, picture perfect villages and flourishing vineyards.