4 Different Ways To Holiday In The UK

There are plenty of UK destinations that make for the ultimate family break, whether you're saving the pennies or don't have enough time off work for a long getaway, then a UK escape could be the perfect solution for a cheap family holiday.

Britain has a unique selection of cities, towns, and villages with hidden gems and beautiful city locations. And there are many perks to holidaying at home. No passports needed, easy to travel to and no hefty roaming charges to pay for the Internet. 

Not only are there different places to see and visit in Britain, but there are loads of different ways you can stay too. Here are my favourite ways to explore the UK...

Search The Little Islands Of The British Isles
The islands of Alderney, Jersey, Guernsey and Sark are all just a stones throw away from the UK, but because you have the travel to them, they feel like a whole different place. Being closer to France than England, you can easily travel to Guernsey with condor ferries and find a little hide away that is slightly warmer than a closer British coastal village. 

Glamping in Britain
Think camping, but without all being stuck in a tiny 2-man tent with no toilet nearby. They're not just tents nowadays, but tepees, yurts, pods, geo domes and lodges which can all be fully functional places to stay with everything needed for an action packed weekend away. 

Visit A Seaside Town
I find children always love seaside towns. They have a bit of everything. They're usually fairly rural around them so have plenty of walking spots but have the bright lights and the noise at the centre of it all. The kids can have morning beach walks at dawn, play in the amusements and eat doughnuts during the day and walk the cliffs at dusk. The boys adore Cayton, a little village south of Scarborough on the East coast. We can pop into Scarborough, or nearby Filey, for busy days or walk the tranquil beach during quiet days. 

A Busy City Break
I love visiting hustling and bustling cities. Living in a busy city myself, it's good to have the comforts of home when we travel so I know if we stay in a city, I'll be able to find everything I need without travelling to far from where we are staying. Liverpool is a great one for children. Plenty of museums to explore and learn about their history, and a city centre park that always has something on for children. 


  1. Cant beat a bit of british - who could resist the seaside !

  2. Britain has so much to offer, there are some beautiful places

  3. My favourite uk holiday with kids is the seaside as there's so much to do and you don't need to spend much. We also like camping in the Dales and Lake District x


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