Most often, when you think of a holiday to the UK, you picture going to see the sites of London or Stonehenge. Though these are the most traditional choices for UK holidays, there are many more options open to those wanting to see the countryside on their UK holidays.
The following are alternate methods for planning UK holidays:
1. Caravan Tours: By doing the right research, you would be able to sign up with a caravan tour that would visit many different parks and caravan sites across the country. There are varied rates depending on the time periods and budget that you are willing to spend. The caravan tours will include many of the stops along the countryside, but may still be within driving distance of some of the major attractions. You have to research the route that the tour will follow.
2. Camp Sites: You do not have to stay in a posh hotel to see the UK. There are plenty of lovely natural spots in which you can camp for a relatively reasonable rate, especially if you are flexible in the times when you when you want to go. Camping also requires being sure to know the hours of the campsite to ensure availability of exit and entry. If you want to make a short day trip to a larger area, you want to ensure you are back before you’re locked out of their site.
3. Small Inns and B&B: The English Countryside is literally covered in smaller inns or bed and breakfast establishments that are considered to be quaint ways to experience the country. Often, these places can be found with a short drive of the major sites as well as from the natural places that are tourist attractions. The rates of these establishments are often less than what you would pay for a traditional hotel, but would include some, if not more, comparable amenities. Usually, breakfast will be included and there are generally on-site options for cooking.
4. Cottages: There are many sites available that offer cottages. This may be a way to get the luxury of a hotel without the surroundings of the concrete jungle. As with camping or caravan, it is important to ensure the means of transportation to participate in the activities that you would like to experience. Similarly, cottages may also include amenities that are more geared toward a romantic getaway such as hot tub or certain spa amenities. Usually, locations with cottages will also have small kitchens to facilitate quaint dinners for two, overlooking the natural wonders of the area.
Whether you are looking to experience a simple vacation or a luxurious getaway on your UK holidays, it is not limited to the idea of staying in the city or in a hotel. There are many alternatives to personalize your UK holidays to visit and experience more of the country. From the natural wonders to the castles and architecture, you can make choices to find other means of transport for their stay. This will also allow for more interaction within the country on UK holidays and not so much about the same old experience.