Discover the South of England this spring

Whether you are planning a day trip, a romantic weekend away or an extended family holiday, the south of England is the perfect location for a quintessential English break. With some of the finest weather in the UK, a plethora of exciting attractions and stunning natural landscapes which guarantee to capture your imagination, the region is certain to provide unforgettable memories for every member of the family. From timeless English villages to the grand splendour of medieval cities to the lively buzz of cosmopolitan coastal resorts, the distinctive personality of the south of England is distinguished by its rich cultural diversity, making it an unmissable destination.

Bath: Stunning Architecture and Rich Heritage

A UNESCO World Heritage site, Bath is renowned for its fine architecture which rivals the most famous cities in Europe, boasting the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge which spans the scenic River Avon. Compact enough to enjoy on foot, the city is the ideal location for a stay in a one of Bath’s picturesque hotels with a wide range of museums and visitor attractions only a short walk away, including the iconic Roman Baths, the Thermae Bath Spa where you can bathe in mineral-rich waters and the celebrated Jane Austen Centre. With excellent shopping and fine dining, Bath is an unmissable destination in its own right.

By Garry Knight (Flickr: Brighton June 2012 - 17) [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

By Garry Knight (Flickr: Brighton June 2012 – 17) [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Bournemouth: Traditional Seaside Holidays with a Contemporary Twist

The traditional seaside holiday has been a central pillar of British leisure since the time of Queen Victoria and Bournemouth retains much of its heritage, making this a favourite among families. With a seven mile stretch of golden sand along the world-famous Jurassic Coast, Blue Flag award-winning beaches and a host of traditional entertainments, Bournemouth is the epitome of the British seaside holiday. But its rich culture, active sports and vibrant nightlife also attracts visitors with international music, extreme water sports and sumptuous cuisine among the many activities on offer. Whether you choose to stay in Bournemouth for the weekend or longer, this pleasant Dorset coastal town has something to offer everyone.

Brighton: A Vibrant City Guaranteed to Enthrall

Culture capital of the South of England, Brighton’s reputation as a high-class resort is assured and it is unsurprising that so many flock to the city for exhilarating entertainment and lifelong memories. With easy access by road or rail and innumerable hotels to meet every budget, this compact city welcomes visitors of all ages seeking the best things to do in Brighton whether it is exploring the craft shops along the narrow streets, whiling away the hours on the beach and pier, absorbing the stunning architecture of The Royal Pavilion or dancing the night away in one of the many clubs. Time flies in Brighton and you’ll be effortlessly entertained throughout your stay.

The south of England is characterised by its wealth of contrasting towns and cities which offer a diverse range of experiences for everyone, meaning that you can tailor your holiday perfectly to match the tastes and expectations of every member of your party or family. Wherever you choose to stay, unforgettable memories are assured.

 

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