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3 Places To Spend A Unique UK Holiday


The UK offers a variety of accommodation options for travelers both local and international depending on your taste, size of your pocket and places of interests. The problem with this variety however is the choosing the right accommodation for your holiday. Here are a few options for different kinds of holidays.

LOG CABINS IN COTSWOLDS

Cotswolds is an expanse of gentle rolling hills manicured by ancient picturesque towns and honey colored villages. It is often described as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the largest in the country and its quintessentially English charm predominantly takes over the counties of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire to some parts of Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Somerset and Worcestershire. It is the perfect destination for a tranquil holiday experience or romantic weekend getaways. You can explore the ancient villages and castles by a scenic drive or by walking. Accommodation in Cotswolds is also varied and exceptional due to the surroundings. One of the best stays in Cotswolds is staying in a log cabin that will offer relaxation and harmony after a long day discovering ancient paths.

You can choose from waterside log cabins with wonderful views of lakes or reside atop a hill and enjoy the views across the landscapes or camouflage yourself in the wooded areas. The log cabins are also ideal for families who want to explore the countryside or couples seeking for a romantic escape.

STAY IN A WORKING FARMHOUSE IN WALES

If you are finding yourself complaining about the ever noisy city life then it is time to get your hands dirty and head to Wales to experience life in a real life farm. This will not only be a superb getaway from canned and micro-waved dishes in your city apartment but also bring you closer to rural lifestyle. Donít be shocked if you find yourself making plans to move to the countryside after retirement, you will be enchanted.

Forget about the annoying alarm clocks and wake up to the cockerels calls early in the morning for another round of eggs collection to be served for breakfast. Farm stays in Wales are ideal for families; after all they are run by families. Some Farm stays offer bicycles or horses for those willing to explore the region, visiting the towns, rivers and national parks. You will be nourished by homemade meals derived directly from the farm produce; the next time you open a can of frozen food you will nostalgically remember the Welsh delicacies.

SPEND SOME TIME IN A PALACE

One of the major highlights of a UK trip is visiting the ancient palaces and discovering their history and royal ambience still felt in the castles. You may never actually end up royalty as most of us dreamt of when we were kids but the experience should never pass you by. The Hampton Court Palace offers a variety of accommodation for those willing to experience the secret life of the castle. You can choose to stay in the self catering apartments, the Fish Court or the magnificent Georgian house.

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