Nothing screams British holidays 2021 than a trip to the seaside. Unquestionably, a seaside holiday is the ultimate British holiday. Seaside holidays first began in the 1700’s and at first only the rich were able to flock to the great British seaside. However, the birth of the railways bought the delights of donkey rides, peep shows and punch and Judy within the reach of the masses. The love for great British seaside holidays came into its heyday in the post war years during the 1950s to 1960’s. Whether it was a day out at the seaside or a fortnight, all British resorts offered fun and escape from daily life.
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British holidays 2021 spent by the seaside
Today, us brits still can’t help but love a holiday by the seaside. So, why not book your British holidays 2021 by the seaside? Here in the UK we have it all from colourful display of beach huts, to long piers jutting to the oceans whilst seaside towns offer plenty of traditional fun. Holidays by the seaside, bucket and spade in hand, are a great British tradition – and best of all, there’s always plenty of coastal towns to discover! After, all the UK is brimming with beautiful beaches begging to be explored. And with more Brits opting to enjoy a staycation, the traditional Great British seaside holiday is on the rise again!
British holidays by the seaside
Undoubtedly, the UK certainly doesn’t disappoint when it comes to diverse seaside towns, many of which still retain their traditional charm. One firm favourite seaside town where many holiday makers are planning to spend their British Holidays 2021 has to be the divine Suffolk coastline. Perched on the east coast of England, the small town of Southwold is one of the best coastal towns in the UK.
Once a bustling fishing port, today Southwold is a delightful seaside resort. Without a doubt, Southwold offers typical seaside merriment. From its sandy beach to traditional pier and candy-coloured beach huts, it’s easy to see why us Brits love it. Moreover, a working lighthouse stands sentinel, surveying the great bay. Meanwhile, the Adnams Brewery which still operates on the same site after 670 years wafts early morning hops not the sea air.
Treat your loved ones to Great British holidays in June
The British Isles make truly make some of the country’s most scenic corners for a holiday in the UK. Especially in the glorious month of June. June is the perfect time of the year to get out for the ultimate British Holiday. Moreover, June sees the longest days of the year so you can expect up to 20 hours of daylight! Not only this, but you can make the most of off peak prices! Save plenty of pennies with British holidays in June!
Take advantage of those off-peak prices!
Holidaying in June, you can expect to enjoy plenty of sunshine and much more affordable holidays. You can truly take advantage of off-peak prices in June too! Why not live up the lavish lifestyle in a luxury lodge? Spend your British holiday in June in luxury and comfort. Whether you fancy snuggling up in the modern lounge. Alternatively, relax on the outside furniture with a glass of wine taking in those stunning sea views. Fancy getting out and exploring, there’s always lots nearby going on. From lively seafronts, to jam-packed entertainment parks to more blissful walks and rivers nearby, you have the option to do as little or as much as you fancy! Go on, treat yourself and your loved ones to a truly well-deserved British holidays in June.
Come and join the great British getaway and take a great family UK staycation with a British holiday in July
Many of us Brits are abandoning any foreign travel pans and embarking on a great British Holiday. With every justification, the Norfolk coast is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. It’s beautiful coastline attracts birders and hikers, campers and beach lovers by the thousand. Moreover, it’s got something for just about everyone.
Make the most of the glorious British sunshine. Let’s be honest it doesn’t get out much so why not plan British holidays in July. Undoubtedly, it’s the perfect time to discover the quaintest of villages to bucket-and-spade resorts in Norfolk. Delve intro tracts of pristine coastline where salt and freshwater marshes meet long sandy beaches. Until 1920’s much of these charming villages were busy little seaports, whose harbours were crammed with grates and schooners from all over Europe. Nowadays, the quaint villages are a place of pleasure craft especially sailing boats.
British holidays in Norfolk
Besides Norfolk’s outstanding 90 miles of coastline, Norfolk is possibly most famous for its magical waterways. Home to the manmade Norfolk broads, you can spend days here exploring all on offer. When the suns out, nothing is quite more relaxing than a tranquil boat ride. Moreover, exploring the broads by boat is one of the best ways to discover these magical waterways. Discover unhidden places only reached by water, find great fishing spots and wonderful wildlife along the journey. With hopeful sunshine in July, finish the day off right by mooring up at the local pubs along your journey. Not to forget, you can share this magical day out with the beloved family pet too! Not only do the boats welcome your pooch but as do many pub beer gardens too!
Relaxing British breaks
After a days out exploring, our holiday homes make for the perfect base to relax. Whether your fancy cosying up in a caravan or living up the lavish lifestyle in a luxurious lodge, you’ll be sure to relax. Spend those long summer nights sat back on the luxurious decking whilst admiring stunning sea views with a glass of wine in your hand. It doesn’t get much better than that! With this in mind, start planning your British holidays in July today!
Create ever-lasting memories with British holidays in October
Let’s be honest, The UK isn’t made for summer. Everyone gets excited about the few weeks of sunny weekends we have, then it’s back to thick jumpers and always carrying an umbrella (just in case). However, we are lucky enough to have an excellent autumn. Moreover, there are few better places for crisp countryside walks, fireside pints and cobbles shining in the rain. Although temperatures are much cooler, it’s a great time to explore the best of Britain, especially if you prefer to avoid the crowds.
Holidays in October
Undoubtedly, British holidays in October means exploring the great outdoors as you enjoy the changing colours of Autumn. Why not fall for Norfolk in Autumn. Now it’s cooler there’s no better time to put on the hiking boots and get out. Unquestionably, Norfolk has many inter-connecting long-distance walks. Moreover, the county is pretty fat so they’re quite easy going! You can take off you hiking boots in our cosy caravan, luxurious lodges or quaint cottages. Whatever you fancy, you’ll find they provide all the home comforts you could ever need. Spend evenings snuggled on the sofa with your feet up enjoying a classic film.
Norfolk in October
Without a doubt, you can enjoy the slower pace of life in Norfolk. Head to the coast and it’s likely it’ll just be you, the shoreline, the sea and sky. And perhaps your partners, the kids and the a dog or two! Enjoy a walk along crunchy shingle at Blakeney point. Stroll along the sandy dunes at Winterton-on-Sea, Horsey and Sea Palling or head to the wide expanse of sand at Wells, Holkham or Brancaster.
Keep the kids entertained with over the half term with October British Holidays
For those looking to keep the kids entertained over half-term, a British holiday in October will do just the trick. Besides tranquil walks and blissful coasts in Norfolk, there’s plenty of child friendly activities too! Take a trip on a heritage railway, we have quite a few in Norfolk! You won’t forget the stunning scenery for sure. Additionally, you can travel from quaint towns to charming coastlines.
British Holidays during Halloween
Why not get the kids in the Halloween spirit this British holiday in October? Head to the hippodrome circus in Great Yarmouth Halloween Spooktacular. Be prepared to be amazed by the spooky circus adventure for all the family. Alternatively, get the adrenaline pumping at Pleasure Beach Fairground Frights in Great Yarmouth. The theme park will open late where visitors can enjoy mysterious moments and creepy experiences. Whether you looking for a jam-packed British holidays in October with the kids or a blissful escape this October, there’s something to suit everyone!