Destination Focus: The UK

The world of travel and tourism has been turned upside due to the Coronavirus pandemic. At Travel Options 4U, we understand that right now, you’re keen to explore somewhere new, but maybe you want that somewhere to be a little closer to home.

We think that the UK is home to an array of wonderful holiday destinations. That is why we want to showcase some amazing areas of the UK which we can offer for you. From romantic breaks in beautiful cottages, to lively stays in the capital, to fun trips to a caravan park, we can arrange the perfect UK holiday for you.

Travel Options 4U work with numerous of operators who offer a range of UK destinations, from cottages and holiday parks to small-group tours and self-drive adventures. Moreover, we have highly competitive prices to match! Why not book your next staycation adventure through the security of your local & friendly travel agency?

Below we have featured a range of fabulous destinations the UK boasts. The list is not exhaustive, however, as we can offer holidays in all corners of the British isles.


Cornwall

Marazion, Cornwall. Photo Credit to Benjamin Elliott (@benjaminjohnelliott)

Cornwall boasts some of the most impressive scenery in the UK. With the bustling towns of Looe, St. Ives and Padstow to quieter villages like Porthgwarra and Mevagissey, a trip to Cornwall is the perfect opportunity to relax and embrace the British countryside. A much-loved destinations for families and couples alike, there’s something about this beautiful location that keeps drawing people back, and it’s easy to see why.

We can offer a fabulous self-drive holiday through Devon, Cornwall, and the Scilly Isles. You’ll have the opportunity to stay in some fascinating properties, from charming farmhouses to historic fortresses…

Edinburgh

Victoria Street, Edinburgh. Photo Credit to Alana Harris.

Edinburgh’s dramatic architecture and lively nightlife means it has captured the hearts of tourists across the world. And with independent cafes, restaurants and shops galore, it’s easy to see why this city is so well loved. We think a trip to Edinburgh would be ideal for a short break for a group of friends or a couple. Even better, you can fly direct to Edinburgh from Bristol!

The New Forest

New Forest National Park. Photo Credit to Annie Spratt.

The New Forest, located in Hampshire, is famous for its wild ponies and mysterious woodland. It’s a perfect destination to reconnect with nature and to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. If you’re looking for a family holiday, the New Forest is also home to the popular Paultons Park, and the lovely beach town of Bournemouth is nearby too.

Spa Breaks

A Sauna Room. Photo Credit to HUUM Sauna

Spa hotels are spread across the UK, from the city centre to more coastal locations. This means that if you don’t want to travel far but still wish to unwind and relax, a spa break might be the perfect choice for you. Perfect for a romantic break or a fun celebration with friends, what’s not to love?

Dorset

The Jurassic Coast, Dorset. Photo Credit to Belinda Fewings

With endless beaches and ice cream galore, Dorset is a much loved holiday destination. Home to some of Haven’s family friendly caravan parks, you can explore this beautiful county whilst staying in a park that will perfectly accommodate you and your family. Alternatively, Dorset is home to dozens of charming cottages for you to relax in.

Brighton

Brighton Pier. Photo Credit to Sebastiano Piazzi

With quirky independent shops, cute cafes and a welcoming atmosphere, Brighton is a wonderful UK holiday destination. Wandering down shop-lined streets, with an ice cream in hand, before sitting on the beach and watching the world go by – what’s not to love? Brighton also makes a great base for exploring the South Downs, which is one of the UK’s beautiful National Parks.

The Lake District

The Lake District. Photo Credit to Matt W Newman.

With rolling hills and peaceful lakes, the Lake District is a poet’s paradise. It truly showcases the beauty of British landscapes, and for that reason is highly popular with walkers. Recently, the Lake District has become more popular with adrenaline-seeking visitors, through the means of kayaking, climbing and cycling. There’s therefore something for all the family!

Jersey & Guernsey

Mont Orgueil, Jersey. Photo Credit to Nick Fewings.

Combining the sunny climate of France with the culture of Britain, the Channel Islands are a charming destination for a holiday. French town names, but an English speaking population – it’s almost like the best of both worlds! With castles to explore, beaches to play in and cream teas to be eaten, these islands are a great choice for all ages.

London

Notting Hill, London. Photo Credit to Anthony Bressy.

The idea of spending hours walking through London’s beautiful streets and hidden mews captivates our imagination. Staying away from the capital’s main tourist spots, you can truly experience this city in a whole new way, enabling you to fall in love with our capital all over again. Sipping a chai latte in a charming independent cafe whilst watching the world go by… sounds like bliss to us!

Travel Options 4U are also able to offer 8-day long trips to London with the inclusion of passes to the famous Chelsea Flower Show – a perfect way to celebrate the magic of the UK! We know that this will be a very popular excursion in 2021, so please contact us if you’re interested!


If you would like to start planning a wonderful UK ‘staycation’, please contact us for more information! We have access to preferential rates with many hotels and cottages across the UK, so you can be assured that you will be getting a great price, as well as a great holiday.

Contact us on enquiries@traveloptions4u.co.uk or call us on 01225 860977 and we’ll get started!

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