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We have over 30 hotels in the best resorts the UK has to offer. Whether its sun, sea and sand, the rolling hills of the English countryside or an exciting city break you're looking for, we have something for everybody!

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  If you are looking for the wow factor then a ride on the ferris wheel on Blackpool's Central Pier will deliver it. From the top you'll see miles of golden sands, the ever popular Pleasure Beach, the Tower and thousands upon thousands of people enjoying this fabulous, typically English holiday resort. Morecambe Bay, a little to the north, is a little more genteel but its seafront is just lovely. Perfect for a stroll.

Bay Liberty's, Bay Starthmore
 
  Bournemouth from the Air 7 miles of sandy beaches, two piers, lovely gardens, incredible sightseeing and one of the best climates of any UK resort. Bournemouth has a lot going for it! Add to that list some of our finest geological marvels at Lulworth, Durdle Dor and Studland Bay as well as The New Forest and Brownsea Island you have all the makings of a truly wonderful holiday destination.

Bay Majestic Bournemouth
 
  Cornwall is one of the UK's most visited destinations. For good reason. It has coves, fishing villages, seaside resorts and fabulous beaches in spades. There are gardens, world class art galleries, family attractions and even a theatre cut into the cliff side. And let's not forget about the beaches. White sands, blue seas and huge summer skies bring thousands each year.

Bay St Ives, Bay Beresford
 
  Cotswolds Imagining England? This is it. The Cotswolds are about as English as they come. Pretty villages, cream coloured stone cottages, rolling open countryside, it's all here, and more. Also on the doorstep are charming Royal Leamington Spa, literary Stratford Upon Avon, historic Berkeley, The Forest of Dean and the Avon valley.

Bay Prince of Wales
 
  Torquay Harbour, Devon Devon is the only county in the UK with two coastlines. The north, including Ilfracombe and Lynton, is rugged and beautiful whilst the south has picture perfect villages, cute coves and happy go lucky coastal resorts – and even its own Riviera! As you'd expect, the moors and rolling hills make it a very pretty place but there is also plenty to do, especially in the region's biggest cities, Exeter and Plymouth.

Bay Grand, Bay Dilkhusa, Bay Valley of Rocks, Bay Esplanade, Bay Tor Park, Bay Torbay, Bay Trecarn
 
  Durham & the River Wear With over 630 listed buildings and a conservation area that covers the entire city centre, Durham City is a must for history lovers. The magnificent Norman Cathedral is just one of them. Others include Durham Castle, The Chorister School and Kepier Hospital. Mind you, modern wonder, The Angel of the North at nearby Gateshead, will also have you gaping in awe, as will the incredible Tyne Bridges in Newcastle.

Bay Eden Arms
 
  Eastbourne's seafront is wonderful and its Carpet Gardens are famous for their colourful displays and innovative plantings. It's no wonder the esplanade, with all its seaside splendour, is a massive hit with the thousands who come here to take in the sea air every year. They also flock here for the views from Beachy Head, the UK's highest chalk cliffs and the South Downs, the town of Battle and even boat trips to see the famous Beachy Head Lighthouse.

Bay Burlington, Bay Majestic Eastbourne
 
  The Beach at Great Yarmouth With its gorgeous golden sands and traditional seaside attractions, there can be no doubt that Great Yarmouth is the great British seaside. The Britannia Pier has one of the last of the Seaside Special theatres whilst the Pleasure Beach has the only operational scenic railway rollercoaster in the UK. However, if that sounds a bit too lively, Great Yarmouth is close to The Broads, Sandringham and Norwich.

Bay Carlton
 
  The countryside of the Isle of Wight England's largest island is beautifully formed! More than half of it is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty so it's perfect for those who love to walk, ride or cycle. The Needles, those famous sand cliffs, are spectacular. You can see them from the Needles Battery. Elsewhere on the island there is plenty to see and do too, from beaches to gardens, vineyards to dancing fountains at Waltzing Waters in Ryde. And don't forget to check out the boats in Cowes...

Bay Royal Esplanade, Bay Broardway Park
 
  Llandudno Pier, North Wales With the longest pier in Wales, two fantastic sandy beaches and a stunning coastal headland that offers views over the town and to Snowdon, Llandudno is the star of the North Wales coast. She is elegant and traditional and still attracts the crowds to her classic esplanade. Inland, and away from the seaside, North Wales has plenty more to offer: fairytale castles, high mountains and beautiful lakes. And, of course, a great time for all.

Bay Marine, Bay County
 
  Scottish Highlands The Scottish Highlands are spectacular, wild, beautiful and are full of tales and legends. Loch Ness aside, there are ruins, castles and grand houses all around with stories to tell. You might hear a few on some of golf's best courses too! And you'll find plenty to talk about when you sample the Highland's' finest export, Scottish malt whisky, in any number of picturesque distilleries from Gairloch to Inverness.

Bay Dornoch, Bay Gairloch, Bay Highland, Bay Invercauld Arms
 
  Southern  Scotland This part of Scotland might not have the drama of the Highlands but it's seen its fair share of dramas over the centuries. This is border country, where you can still see remnants of Hadrian's Wall, ruined abbeys that hide the heart of Robert the Bruce and ancient castles on sites they say are the 'bloodiest in Britain'. Today, of course, you'll always receive the warmest of welcomes among the beautiful hills of Southern Scotland.

Bay Waverley Castle
 
  Western Scotland Talk about Western Scotland and you can't fail to mention the mountains and the sea. Ben Nevis, close to Fort William is Scotland's highest peak, with its foothills and hinterlands providing a playground for all kinds of outdoor activities. At the other end of the scale and back down at sea level, picture perfect ports like Oban offer a gateway to the Islands, the very best seafood and an exciting frontier like feeling.

Bay Tarbet, Bay Caledonian, Bay Glenburn, Bay Great Western
 
  Weymouth Weymouth is another of our nation's favourite seaside resorts. The beach is gorgeous whilst the 17th century harbour bustles with life, both on and off the water. Sailing is a big thing here so there are plenty of nautical goings on, and even haunted harbour Tours! The local area has plenty to keep you afloat too – from historical Dorchester to Portland Bill and the wonderfully wild Chesil Beach.

Bay Royal Weymouth
 
  The north Yorkshire coast, including Whitby and Scarborough, is simply heavenly. Small fishing villages, like Robin Hood's Bay, tumble down crumbling, fossil-filled cliffs whilst golden sands, like those at Sandsend Beach, delight walkers, kids and surfers. In town you'll get the best fish and chips anywhere as well as an authentic English seaside experience and even a dash of nautical charm. Love it!

Bay Royal Whitby, Bay Norbreck, Bay New Southlands
 

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