Posts Tagged“UK”

Those headed to the United Kingdom won’t want to slum it on their holiday here, despite the fact that costs in this part of the world are quite elevated. The best way to connect with this historically significant global city is to stay in one of London’s most unique hotels, as the décor and design of these boutique accommodations will give you a better sense of place than an inexpensive budget motel will. If you are looking for cheap hotel deals London, take heart and be assured that those that go the extra mile to search for these places will…

If you are planning a holiday trip to Cornwall anytime soon, then you must definitely include a tour of the Roseland Peninsula in your travel itinerary. This peninsula has played an important role in the history of Cornwall in the past few centuries, and is quickly becoming one of Cornwall’s top tourist destinations. Whether you are a vacationing family who is looking for family holiday cottages in Cornwall, or a solo traveller in search of a rejuvenating and refreshing escapade, you will surely find something worth your while in here. The peninsula is composed of various villages – one of…

From rugged coastline to beautiful upcountry lakes, the UK is home to locations that wouldn’t look out of place in Switzerland, Italy, or even New Zealand. With a little bit of adventurous travel, the UK offers an incredibly diverse holiday experience. These five locations cover the UK’s best scenic hotspots, relaxing lakeside getaways, and beautiful beaches. Remember this list and plan your next holiday to one of these stunning locations, using the convenient services of Coast and Country Hotels. 1.     The Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall Described by The Guardian as ‘impossibly pretty’ and judged a National Character Area by Natural England,…

Apart from being one of the most popular and beautiful areas of the UK, The Lake District is full of an array of hidden gems that are great tourist attractions and days out for the whole family. Here you’ll find our pick of some of the more popular attractions… and some you may not have heard of, but are certainly worth a visit! Holker Hall A short 25-minute drive from the resort of Kendal, Holker Hall is one of the best loved stately homes in Britain. Home to Lord and Lady Cavendish, their home and gardens are open to all…

Sitting courtside at Wimbledon is every tennis fans dream. And the amazing thing is – that dream is far more accessible than you may realise. Here are a few travel tips that will make your Wimbledon dream a reality: Take the Tube Little or no parking is available near the All England Lawn Tennis Club, so most visitors will have to use public transport. Those staying in London can reach Wimbledon via the District Line of the Tube or Underground. A connecting London General Shuttle will be available to the All England Club from the Southfields and Wimbledon Tube Stations.…

Stay Somewhere Out Of Town If you want to treat your family to a memorable holiday without spending too much money, you can choose to stay away from the towns, in a cosy lakeside log cabin. The further out of town you stay, the cheaper the accommodation. The beauty of staying out of town, though, is that you get peaceful and very scenic accommodation at great bargains! So whether you are visiting a vibrant city, or travelling through the lovely countryside, the rule still holds: the more urban the area, the more costly the accommodation. Instead, why don’t you try…

With web conferencing, virtual meetings and other ways of doing business without actually meeting the other person in the flesh on the rise, you’d think that the amount of money businesses spend on corporate travel would be in decline. Not so. A report released by GBTA several weeks ago forecasted that business travel spending would rise by nearly 2% in the UK this year, with this level of growth only set to ‘accelerate’ in 2014. The report states that business spending will top £26.5 billion this year, up from £25.9 billion last year. It also points to the fact that…

As befits the home of tartan and whiskey simple definitions don’t really suit Scotland. Cliched images of the place abound – postcards of wee Highland terriers, tartan tins of shortbread, ranks of diamond-patterned golf jerseys … and they drive many Scots to apoplexy. And yet Scotland has a habit of delivering on its classic images: in some parts ruined castles really do perch on just about every hilltop, in summer the glens inevitably turn purple with heather and if you end up in a village on gala day you just might bump into a formation of bagpipers marching down the…