|Most expensive month:||June|
|Average price in United Kingdom:||R3 063/night|
|Cheapest price found:||R195/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
St Christopher's Inn Village - London Bridge
161-165 Borough High Street, London, United Kingdom
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Jurys Inn Edinburgh
43 Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Royal Garden Hotel
2-24 Kensington High Street, London, United Kingdom
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The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel, Mayfair London
Stratton Street, London, United Kingdom
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Made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom is a quartet of four countries, each with their own unique charm. Explore buzzing cities such as London and Edinburgh or escape to rolling green countryside and rugged beaches.
While sights like Buckingham Palace and Tower Bridge are iconic, venturing beyond the guidebook will unlock some of London’s best-kept secrets. Take the time to check out the brightly-painted terrace houses in Neil’s Yard, relax at a canal-side café in Little Venice and take a dip in the bathing pools at Hampstead Heath.
Known for whisky, highland cattle and kilts, Scotland is immensely proud of its unique heritage. Soak in the urban scene in Edinburgh and Glasgow or venture off the beaten track and discover deserted beaches, rugged mountain ranges and colourful fishing villages in the Isle of Skye.
From challenging peak summits to family-friendly coastal trails, Wales is a paradise for hikers. Highlights include the ancient glacial landscapes in Snowdonia National Park and the dramatic red sandstone peaks of Brecon Beacons.
The United Kingdom is dotted with hundreds of stately homes and manor houses, including jewels like Chatsworth House, Highclere Castle and Hardwick Hall. Guided tours take you behind the scenes and offer a chance to live out your Downton Abbey and Pride and Prejudice dreams.
Belfast is a bold introduction to Northern Ireland, with a flourishing arts and culture scene and a rich history to soak in. By day, visit attractions like the Titanic Belfast museum and St George’s Market. After dark, settle into a cosy Irish pub or hit the Cathedral Quarter and check out the legendary nightlife scene.
With more than five major airports to choose from, London is the main travel hub of the United Kingdom. Other options include Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Belfast and Sheffield. The train network in the United Kingdom is world-class and is excellent for long-distance travel. Several private bus companies also service the United Kingdom and rental cars are an ideal option for independent travellers.
When visiting United Kingdom, consider checking out London, Edinburgh, and York as some of the most sought after locations.
St. James' Court, A Taj Hotel, London (8,9/10 from 3 670 reviews), Mondrian London Shoreditch (8,7/10 from 1 049 reviews), and The Clermont London, Victoria (8,8/10 from 2 953 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in United Kingdom.
The United Kingdom has a great nightlife scene for visitors to enjoy. Whether it’s all-night clubs, up-market bars or live gig venues, there’s something for everyone. London has the most to offer, with world-famous entertainment on show. You can enjoy a drink at a bar in Soho, eat food in pop-up venues like Boxpark Shoreditch or party into the night at clubs like Fabric. If you want to stay at hotels in the United Kingdom only a short walk away from this club, you could stay at The Montcalm at The Brewery London City Hotel. Manchester is also a great place for nightlife, being an iconic location for live music and its party scene. Canal Street is one of the most popular areas, with a range of bars and clubs for party-goers to visit. Brighton in the south of the country is also a great place to go if you want to eat local cuisine. For example, you could enjoy a bit to eat at Captain’s, which cooks the English favourite of fish and chips.
There are many things to do in the United Kingdom. Whether it’s inner-city tourism or a seaside holiday, there’s something for everyone. You can take the kids to a theme park in London, such as Thorpe Park. You can stay at De Vere Beaumont Estate, a quick taxi journey away from the park. Your family will also love a day out on the Norfolk Broads, where you can hire a boat and enjoy one of the UK’s finest National Parks. If you want to visit the beach, then look no further than Bournemouth, which has golden sand, an activity suitable for all ages.
United Kingdom hotels are a great way to experience local British culture. One of the most popular festivals held in the UK is Gay Pride. London has one of the biggest celebrations of this event, which takes place over a weekend in the summer. If you stay at United Kingdom hotels such as The Langham London, then you will be in the heart of the city, close to all the action. Head up to Inverness in Scotland, where things to see in the United Kingdom don’t get much better. Not only is the Loch Ness a great spectacle, but you may get to see the Loch Ness Monster with your very own eyes. Alternatively, head to Belfast where you can visit the Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to the famous boat which was originally built in the city.
There is some great accommodation in the United Kingdom, providing access to some of the country’s finest hikes. The Lea Valley Walking Trail is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of London. You can stay at DoubleTree by Hilton Angel Kings Cross if you want to stay a short Underground journey from the start of this walk. In Leeds, you can also get some fresh countryside air by hiking on the Post Hill Nature Trail. If you want to be a short car journey from this hiking route you can stay at United Kingdom accommodation like Novotel Leeds Centre. Whilst Brighton is also great for hiking, with hikes such as the Undercliff Walk, which is very popular with tourists and locals.