5 Reasons To Holiday In The UK In 2013

5 Reasons to Holiday in the UK in 2013
With the global economy in constant decline, pulling the funds together for a family break can be a daunting task. Luckily an inexpensive UK Holiday can be put together in minutes and with so much to see and do just around the corner; you’ll be surprised you haven’t already joined the countries thousands of happy holiday makers.

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5 Reasons To Holiday In The UK In 2013
1 – Camping, Hiking and Caravanning; The Great(est) Outdoors in Great Britain
The UK is host to a wonderful array of natural beauty; from the rolling hills of Devon to the dramatic mountains of Northern Scotland there’s something for everyone. For the adventurous, physically fitter explorers, Scotland’s Munro Mountains offer breath taking (literally) views and challenging climbs. Those daring enough to accept the challenge will be rewarded with some of Europe’s most remote wildlife.

For the less adventurous amongst us, or those who prefer exploration at a more leisurely pace, the Scottish region of Perthshire also boasts some impressive culinary hotspots, national heritage castles and Tartan mazes. More information about Scotland can be found here.

2 - Sunning, Strolling and Sandcastles
For those of us who prefer to laze on sun kissed sands and frolic at the water’s edge, the southern county of Somerset offers a plethora of idyllic coastlines and rustic resorts. Whether you’re holidaying with the kids or touring resorts in your retirement Somerset has plenty to offer in the summer months.

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Weston-Super-Mare, a jewel of Victorian era architecture and rich in local history and British culture, has seen a much needed revamp in the past ten years. The seaside resort offers luxury accommodation, breath-taking views and access to popular attractions such as Cheddar Gorge and Chew Magna. But that isn’t all Somerset has to offer!

Paignton, Devon, mirrors these fantastic attractions, golf courses, coastlines and accommodation; situated on Devon’s southern coast the town offers all modern conveniences; including a cinema, arcades and seaside sporting amusements.

3 – Hi-de-Hi Campers!
What UK holiday guide would be complete without mentioning our fantastic campsites? For those looking to avoid the holiday rush, less well known campsites can provide a sanctuary from the likes of Butlins, Haven or Pontins.

Holiday Resort Unity, ideally located just 10 miles south of Weston-Super-Mare, on the renowned Brean Sands in Somerset, offers attractive campsites overlooking the coast. The amenities, purpose built brick buildings, are second to none and the onsite wardens keep the site and amenities clean and in good order. For first time UK holidays, Holiday Resort Unity (HRU) provides luxury villas or lodges but for those holidaying on a budget, or those who want to experience the outdoors, HRU also provides tents for hire and Eurotents; which come equipped with TV, fridges, alarms and even carpet!

4 – Costa del Who?
No need to worry about exchange rates for this holiday! The inherent security of staying in the country, of knowing where you are and being able to ask for directions easily and without the aid of a phrasebook are all strong arguments for holidaying at home. Best of all you can avoid travel tummy!

5 – Location, Location, Location
With so much to see and do how many more reasons do you need to stay in Blighty?! If camping isn’t your thing then the city life (especially the nightlife) glows with variety. Visit a comedy club and see next year’s big names, make a trip to the globe theatre, or the Bristol Hippodrome.  Even London’s Windsor castle, King Arthur’s Tintagel Castle; there’s a world of ancient lore and discovery right beneath your feet.
Robert Clark
About the Author:

Robert Clark is a happy camper. He hi-de-hi-tails around the country during the summer months in search of music festivals and clean campsites. He is writing on behalf of Holiday Resort Unity and plans to go walkabout very soon.

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