If you want to have a mini break this summer without the stress and prices of flights then don’t forget the UK has some great places to visit too!

There are cities, countryside and beaches to see in the UK so there’s no need to try to organise a week where the whole family stresses about flight times, sun burn or what food the kids will eat.



As the capital of Scotland this one of the most popular UK destinations and we understand why. With the history, views, mass of restaurants to choose from as well as lots of activities Edinburgh should be on your list.

It is easy to get to with a quick flight, or take the car and make it a road trip stopping off a long the way!

victoria street in edinburgh, scotland, united kingdom

Whilst you’re there,

  • Edinburgh castle
  • Wander around old town
  • See the views from Calton hill
  • National museum of
  • Day trip to the highlands



The Lake District

beautiful lake surrounded by mountains

Why not take some time in the outdoors this summer and visit the lake district?

The national park in Cumbria offers, of course, large lakes for swimming and paddle boarding as well as quaint towns such as Ambleside and Kendal to stop by a café to have a cake. Lot of different walks where you can choose to go up a fell mountain or stick to the flat and equally beautiful paths.

This is a place or everyone with activities for all ages and groups, from historical sites, kayaking, climbing and so many more it will be hard to choose.

Choose a campsite or a cottage to stay in meaning the price range will suit everyone here.



coast of cornwall on a clear spring day

If you wanted a beach getaway then England can supply too. Cornwall is at the bottom of the country and has some of the most beautiful beaches as well as more quaint British towns such as, Padstow where you can find some delicious fudge.

A popular destination for families and full of campsites or bed and breakfasts by the beach. Lots of people choose to go surfing here as well as crab fishing by the docks.

Even if the weather doesn’t co operate this will be a great adventure exploring what England can offer.



roman baths of bath, somerset. uk

Another City that is overflowing with history and charm. Known for their Roman built baths, so you should spend a day at the Thermae Bath Spa offering the same natural hot spring water. Head up to the roof for 360 views of the city as well as indulge in some spa treatments.

The place Bridgerton is filmed, scenes from Les Misérables an episode of Sherlock and more, see if you can spot the locations.

Climb 212 steps to the top of the Abbey Tower for a view of the city and explore the heritage centre.

Bath can offer a city feels with the country side not so far away, with the cobbled streets and small tea shops as well as lots of restaurants and bars you can get the best of both worlds.