There are many choices to make when organizing your holiday in the UK. Are you seeking a fully cultural British holiday? Would you like to include the best of the country’s history, attractions and cuisine on your itinerary? Then make sure to include the following essential British holiday experiences, so you can enjoy the best that Britain has to offer:
Indulge in a British Cream Tea in Suffolk.
Experience a relaxing afternoon tea in the middle of the Suffolk countryside, and gaze at the surrounding natural beauty. It won’t be difficult to imagine that you are sat in an Austen novel, during the early 1800’s. Just imagine, Fitzwilliam Darcy from Pride and Prejudice could be just around the corner, mounting his steed as you nibble away at your cream and strawberry jam scone. You can find some beautiful venues with Great Little Breaks.
Marvel at a Shakespeare Play in Stratford upon Avon.
William Shakespeare famously wrote over thirty plays and one hundred and fifty sonnets. If literary works are your thing, why not marvel at a reenactment of one of his works in his hometown.
Stay Close to the Historical Sights in Central London.
Staying within central London can make it easier for you to visit one of the many attractions in the capital from London Bridge to the London dungeon and Madame Tussaud’s to Buckingham palace.If you choose to, you can stay in a hotel within walking distance from the famous London attractions and experience them at your own pace.
Explore a Famous British Castle in Norfolk.
Nosy round castle quarters where notable kings and queens have lived in the past. Norfolk has not one but seven castles spread around its county. The Castle Rising near Kings Lynn is the most magnificent, with medieval lavish decorations and over twenty acres of earth works.
Visit Rural England in the Peak District.
Fancy a stress free, rural holiday? Maybe you like rambling and exploring the countryside by foot. The Peak district in North England offers cycling trails, wildlife spotting and breath taking views from its peaks. Walk along disused railway lines, including the infamous Thornhill trail, which together provide over thirty four miles of walking trails.
Ultimately, if you visit any of these places you can have a quintessential British holiday, through activities, meeting people, even down to the cuisine you choose to eat. The choice is yours.