Luxury Holidays in the UK

Luxury Holidays in the UK

If you’re in need of a bit of TLC, it’s time to get yourself booked onto a luxurious holiday that you won’t be forgetting in a hurry. First, choose your location, then decide on the ideal accommodation, considering access to local amenities, enviable views, and stunning décor. This is your chance to go all out, after all. Need inspiration on where to go? Keep reading.

Cornwall, England 

Cornwall is the dream seaside escape. It boasts stunning beaches, which also opens up the door to accommodation options with a sea view. Nothing beats eating your breakfast to a backdrop of waves glistening in the sun. When it comes to places to visit, St Ives is a picturesque town with brilliant restaurants, galleries, and of course, nearby beaches. Padstow is another popular town – make sure you visit famous chef Rick Stein’s restaurant for scrumptious seafood dishes.

Bath, England

This Roman town is as quaint as ever, with historic streets and oodles of independent eateries to try. For a little R&R, make sure you head to the Thermae Bath Spa, which boasts a rooftop pool and plenty of treatments. You can also visit the original Roman baths, which were built in 60-70AD. Make sure you wander past The Circus, which is a stunning semi-circular row of houses, just a stones-throw away from Royal Victoria Park

Hampshire, England 

If you choose to stay in Hampshire, you’ll be based in or near the South Downs National Park and the New Forest National Park, both of which are simply stunning. Make sure you choose a luxury cottage that will make you feel like part of a fairy-tale. Popular activities include horse riding, golf, and hiking to take in the beautiful surroundings. In need of a little sea air? Take a trip to Portsmouth, where you can enjoy food and drinks at the Historic Dockside.

London, England

London is home to Notting Hill, Kensington, and Chelsea, which are some of the most sought-after destinations in the country. For activities, you could sip cocktails at the top of The Shard or go shopping in Liberty London. If you want to venture further afield, perhaps to wander amongst the deer at Richmond Park, it may be worth renting a car – why not treat yourself by renting something special like a Mercedes-Benz?

Mid Wales

For a more rural escape, you should consider central Wales. Offering tranquillity, fresh air, and stunning natural scenery, you’ll feel truly relaxed throughout your trip. Many opt for a log cabin-style retreat with a private hot tub, while others might prefer a luxury hotel with large windows that look out of over the landscape. There are beautiful waterfalls to seek out, like the Pistyll Raeadr, as well as spectacular National Trust properties like the Powis Castle and Garden.