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The UK is rich in culture, greenery and coastal paths, attracting many overseas visitors and UK residents every year to experience everything from a tour of Buckingham Palace in London to the breath-taking Scottish lakes and highlands.
At Co-op Travel, we’ve teamed up with some of the most well-known and the lesser-known UK holiday providers to offer you hotels, short breaks and holidays that will create ever-lasting memories in the UK.
Here’s our guide to UK breaks:
If you love the idea of staying in the heart of a forest and waking up to the birds singing, but you’d rather have an Egyptian cotton quilt than a sleeping bag, then stay in a yurt, pod, tipi, treehouse or log cabin. These modern, alternative options to camping offer the opportunity to get closer to nature, enjoy exhilarating activities and relax in a hot tub at the end of the day.
Co-op Travel offers a huge range of lodge-style holidays, Hoseasons, one of the providers we recommend, has a wonderful collection of breaks in the UK. Their collection includes those suitable for families, for the active, in the sticks, by lakes, near to the beach or close to attractions like Alton Towers.
There are so many fantastic cities to visit in the UK; you could take tea at the Ritz in London, do some shopping and see a show in Birmingham, visit the Fringe festival in Edinburgh or watch a Six Nations Rugby Union match in Cardiff – the choices are endless. Our top tip is to turn your trip into a long weekend break, so you have more time to explore these great cities. You can book everything from a Premier Inn to a hotel on the famous Park Lane, London.
Spa, detox and enrichment breaks are very popular in the UK, with everything from yoga retreats to a stone massage that eases away the tension in your shoulders. You can also stay in a boutique hotel that exudes luxury, with every whim catered for. Co-op Travel can access some of the best hotel deals, so you get a cheap price for a luxury hotel – delivering excellent value for money. Some of the nicest destinations for luxury hotels can be found amid Mayfair’s mansions in London or converted stately homes in Hampshire.
Head south towards Cornwall and you’ll find a world of arty havens like St.Ives, home to a Tate Gallery and wet-suit clad surfers eating a five-bean salad after a morning hitting the waves. There are endless hotel options with beaches close by, where you can enjoy fish and chips on the pier or five-star dining with a glass of champagne as the sun goes down.
Our best tip is to book early for UK beach getaways, especially if you’re looking to book a cheap summer trip in the school holidays, as good hotels get booked up quickly.
Head to Scotland, and you’ll be treated to the Scottish spirit, which touches every café, pub or hotel you enter. From rambling on the many trails that reveal views that will take your breath away, to enjoying some of the many popular music festivals in the city of Edinburgh – you’ll be spoilt for activities. You can stay in a self-catering cottage, a luxury lodge or all-inclusive hotels that are built for family fun.
3* President Hotel
3 Course Dinner on 1st Night
2 nights, Feb-June
Bed & Breakfast
Subject to terms & conditions
Golden Sands Holiday Park
Save up to 25% on 2018 bookings
4 nights, 19/03/18
Yorkshire by Steam Train
Fully escorted tour
4 nights, 03/04/18
Bay Beresford Hotel
FREE Drinks Vouchers
7 nights, May - Sept
Subject to terms and conditions
All prices are based on 2 adults sharing. Prices & availability correct at the time offers were generated and are subject to change at any time.
Located in the English Channel, the cosmopolitan Channel Islands have both British and French influence. You will also find a lot of German history throughout the islands - a remnant of the German occupation of the islands during the 2nd World War.
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