A bed and breakfast holiday is the best way to tour around the UK. If you are looking to explore the beauty of the southern coast, the lush countryside scenery, the buzz of the cities, and the culture found in the many museums without breaking the bank, this is the best way for you. There are plenty of high quality B&Bs scattered all across the UK. So whether you are touring Scotland staying in holiday cottages, taking a B&B break in Brighton, or visiting the beach in Cornwall, a B&B is a great way of staying mobile. Not only are you able to enjoy touring more, but it also presents you with a more personal experience as you interact with the locals for advice, directions, and pleasure.
Guided tours are really popular with a lot of people since they are a shortcut to fully opening up the area in new ways. Tour guides are able to create unique packages for you, depending on your interests. They also have a vast knowledge of local attractions, and are able to help you discover places that are not on the tour map. What’s more, in today’s creative industry, you can get a fun themed guided tour that even your kids will enjoy. You may settle for the traditional luxury bus or walking tours. Alternatively, you can go for a bike tour, food tour, art tour, castle tour, and even movie themed tours. A favorite tour method is to take a river tour, particularly if it is city.
Group trip with friends
Catching up with old friends can be spiced up by travelling together. Whether your friends have families, or it is simply a group of singles, the UK has facilities that will cater to your needs. For a tight knit group, it is wise for you to take up a cottage or other form of large accommodation. This allows you to enjoy more time together, and makes it convenient to enjoy those scintillating conversations that carry on way into the night. These cottages come furnished with antique furniture that create a cozy, homely, environment, perfect for friendly, intimate groups. Alternatively, for adventurous friends, a road trip across the UK’s stunning landscape is a fun way to holiday. For younger travellers, you can stop in major cities and indulge in the nightlife before making your way to some other exciting part of the country.
See the Lake District
The Lake District in Cumbria will excite any nature lover. Home to over 19 water bodies lying in stunning valleys created by beautiful hills, The Lake District is among the top visited areas in the UK. The list of things to do in this attractive area is not limited to sightseeing or outdoor camping. You can tour the area by train, or enjoy crossing some of the lakes via ferry. You can also learn about the area’s history in the Lake District Museum & Gallery, which also gives geographical information about the area. Accommodation here is also quite delightful, with the option of putting up at a luxury Old English theme hotel, quaint cottages, or friendly B&Bs.