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Where To Stay In The UK

Submitted by on November 13, 2012 – 8:33 pmNo Comment

Staying in the UK is becoming more and more appealing to families, couples and groups of friends alike as they rediscover what the British Isles has to offer in terms of country retreats, city breaks and beach holidays.

No matter who you are, there is something for everyone looking to stay domestic for their holiday:

Boys in Scotland – The Scottish countryside is the perfect destination for a big boys weekend. There is so much to do in terms of outdoor activities. If you visit the Tay Forest Park near Pitlochry in Kinross, you will find everything from white water rafting on the River Garry, archery, trekking across the rugged Scottish terrain, clay pigeon shooting, archery, to quad biking and loads more!

Girls in London – The capital is a well-known destination for shopping but there is much more to London than just hitting the boutiques. Anyone visiting London would do well to scour the internet before their trip; there are so many vouchers and discount codes available for activities such as cocktail classes, beauty treatments and luxurious high-tea in lavish locations.

Family time in the Peak District – The famous National Park in the Peak District is the perfect destination for a family getaway. Visit the famous cable cars at the Heights of Abraham; explore the limestone caverns or the celebrated Chatsworth house and gardens. To get the most out of a real family time book a luxury cottage in the Peak District with derbyshire-cottages.info.

Couples retreat in Brighton – The city of Brighton is a perfect destination for any young couple looking for a good time. The seaside city has many tourist attractions such as the Sea Life Centre, their famous boardwalk and pier as well as numerous festivals and parades depending on the time of year you visit.

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