We love the UK. We think you will too. You can start exploring right now with our guides to the best of Britain.
Take the time to explore Britain’s towns and cities, finest museums and restaurants, live shows and sporting events – because they’re all on your doorstep in the UK.
Eat, drink, sleep, play and be merry…beautiful Britain is your perfect holiday playground...
Our UK experts use their specialist knowledge - from the best views to the best local attractions and much more – to help you make a break to remember.
The bi-annual Lumiere Festival which takes place at various locations around the centre of Durham. Artists from around the world illuminate the city with eye catching art and light installations creating a magical experience for visitors.
Annabelle Baker, Area Manager - County Durham & Northumberland
Explore the beautiful coastline of Cardigan Bay – 60 miles of coastal path and wonderful beaches. If you’re bringing your dog on holiday, many of the beaches are pet friendly all year round!
Beverley Harrison, Area Manager - Wales
A visit to Canterbury Cathedral is an absolute must. Take a stroll along the city walls and explore the cobbled streets.
Elliot Bilsland, Area Manager - London & South East UK
I would highly recommend choosing a stay in Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley, as a quieter alternative to the more popular villages in North Yorkshire, but with similar stunning scenery, walks and places to visit.
Julie Winder, Area Manager - North
Paignton Zoo – an award winning Zoo - With over 2,000 animals across 80 acres – you’re in for a really wild time at Paignton Zoo.
Sherilee Jordon, Area Manager - Devon
Sandyhills beach, it is a long, beautiful sandy beach with fascinating caves to explore which were once used by smugglers. I always enjoy checking in the rock pools for signs of life too.
Sophie Thornton, Area Manager - Western Scotland
A trip to Land’s End, with its rugged wave battered cliffs, it is the most westerly point in mainland England and the most visited outdoor tourist attraction in Cornwall.
Stephen Boucher, Area Manager - Cornwall
Southwold is an absolute gem in Suffolk. With quirky independent shops, great food (especially seafood!) and a promenade lined with brightly coloured beach huts, it’s a great day out for all the family - even in the winter!
Victoria Schofield, Area Manager - East of England
Haverthwaite steam railway is a must see then a boat ride out on Lake Windermere to take in the views.
Mark Whitehouse, Cumbria, Isle of Man