Best weekend breaks in the UK

Travel has been limited since the start of the pandemic, but this has led to a better appreciation of our homeland. The UK is a beautiful country with some gorgeous and interesting locations and it’s time to appreciate it more. 

Here are 5 of the best places to visit in the UK for a weekend break. 


This place will offer you leisurely strolls along the coastline and you’ll struggle to find a lovelier place than Norfolk. Wander around the Cathedral Quarter and see the cobblestoned streets lined with medieval buildings and markets. See all the lovely cottages and gardens to have a peaceful weekend break.


Want somewhere quirky and fun, then you should try Kent. From the stunning sandy beaches to the amazing pubs to visit. If that’s not your thing, then check out the art at the Turner Contemporary. Kent is a gorgeous place that has something for everyone.


Anyone obsessed with period dramas needs to go to Hampshire. From Jane Austen’s Grade I-listed cottage in Chawton where she wrote Pride & Prejudice and many of her great novels. Full of Georgian homes, it’s like stepping back in time when you go here. Try coming to Hampshire and have a technology free break.


For an old-school break, go to Brighton for a fun weekend. Get fish and chips on the beach and stroll along the pier for an idyllic day. Follow up the beach day by exploring the town in the historic quarter. Have a proper British break at Brighton.


Visit this city to explore the Roman architecture and soak up the environment. Find one of the many Bath Spas and have a relaxing weekend. Once you get bored of relaxing, go visit the beautiful buildings and learn more about the glorious history of our country.

Words by Michelle-Meghan Williams

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