The Cotswolds
The Cotswolds is made up of small towns and villages that cover an area of 25 miles in south-western and west central England. Recognized as an area of outstanding natural beauty in 1966, the Cotswolds has long since been a place of great interest to tourists and holiday makers. The stunning countryside scenery is perfect for romantic breaks or family holidays. If you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city then this is the place for you. Unwind; watch the world pass you by and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere.

Brighton Pier - provided by Directline Holidays
Brighton Pier – provided by Directline Holidays

Brighton is best known for its nightlife and it really lives up to its reputation. If you are looking for a summer getaway with a bit of spark then look no further. Less than an hour away from London, Brighton offers all the summer fun you could wish for. There are endless clubs and pubs, a range of excellent restaurants, amusement arcades and funfairs. Take a walk along the famous pier, and treat yourself to fish and chips and an ice-cream.
Loch Ness and Scottish Highlands
Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland is one of the most popular UK holiday destinations. Perhaps not the most obvious choice of holiday yet is easy to see why so many people are drawn to this enchanting place. Loch Ness is the largest lake in Scotland, at over a mile wide and 20 miles long. It is a breathtaking sight and a perfect destination for those who enjoy the great outdoors. There are many historic attractions nearby and some interesting folklore to explore, not to mention the majestic tale of the ‘Nessie’ itself.
Tenby is a picturesque harbour town and seaside resort in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. It is one of the few holiday destinations that can pride itself on having something for everyone. Whether you want peace and quiet or extreme sporting activities, this little town can accommodate all kinds of tourists. Take a walk through the cobbled streets; go down to the harbour and take a boat trip to the beautiful Caldey Island or explore the many beautiful beaches in the Pembrokeshire area.
 The Lake District
Lake District
Lake District

The Lake District often referred to simply as ‘The Lakes’ is a mountainous region in the county of Cumbria, England. The largest of the thirteen National Parks in England and Wales ‘The Lakes’ receive over 15 million visitors a year. A popular destination for people who enjoy walking and cycling ‘The Lakes’ is also a hotspot for painters, writers and photographers who are inspired by the extraordinary views. An area rich in wildlife and natural wonder, this place is a must for anyone who appreciates the quiet life.
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