Summer Breaks in The UK


When it comes to the much-awaited summer holiday there is no need to leave the lovely British Isles. Britain has great summer locations that would make the perfect summer holiday. There is no nicer time to visit these glorious locations than during the brilliant summer months. This year stay at home and visit some of the best locations Britain has to offer! 

Brighton, England

Brighton is some of the UK’s best seaside towns. Only an hour south of London, this town has become a popular destination for holiday goers. It has a broad shingle beach that can be seen for miles. The beach is backed by amusement arcades and regency-era buildings.

The Brighton Pier is also a central attraction for many tourists. The pier is in the central waterfront section. It was opened in 1899 and has been attracting visitors ever since.  The pier has entertaining rides and plenty of food kiosks. Perfect for entertaining the kids!

The town is also well known for its party nightlife, art scene, and festivals. As well as this, the shopping in Brighton will keep you well entertained. The town is known for its quirky lanes that are filled with unique shops and food places. Every member of the family will find something they will love in Brighton!

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St Andrews, Scotland

This brilliant sea side town is northeast of Edinburgh, on Scotland’s east coast. This luxury seaside town is known for its exquisite golf course and golden beaches. The golf courses in St Andrews are one of its main attraction as it includes the old course, with the landmark Swilcan Bridge at the 18th hole. The town also includes the British Golf Museum, which includes an in-depth history of UK golf. So if golf is your think, St Andrews is somewhere you need to visits.

You can also find the ruins of the St Andrews castle in this historic town. The beautiful ruins of the castle are great for pictures and adventure. The castle also includes a medieval bottle dungeon that is dipped in history. You can get more information about the old castle by going on a tour of the castle and visiting the dungeon.

The university of St Andrews can also be found near the castle ruins. This famous university is where prince William and the duchess of Cambridge met. As well as this, the university was founded in 1413, proving the town with more historic buildings.


Conwy, Wales

The lovely town of Conwy is a walled market town and community in Conwy county Borough, located on the north coast of wales. The stunning town faces Deganwy across the river Conwy. There is plenty of family friendly excursions to do while visiting Conwy. The small town has a castle and town walls that convey the deep history of the town. As well as this, the town has a medieval Abby that was built during the reign of Edward the first of England. The Abby is still in great condition and can be visited and viewed. The town also has a stunning has a railway line that can take you all over the town, even visiting the nearby mountains. The perfect location for adventure hunters.