Lowestoft is the most easterly point on Suffolk’s sunrise coast. This beautiful maritime town is famous for its unspoilt beaches, which have the coveted blue flag status. Take a walk along the South Pier and enjoy the attractions and amusements typical of the British seaside. Maybe wander into the historic Northern Quarter where you will find a charming collection of quirky independent shops and restaurants. Lowestoft is a fabulously unique place to visit for your last-minute summer holidays.
The Norfolk Broads, Horning
The Norfolk Broads is an area of outstanding beauty and a great place to visit in South-West England. The rivers and waterways have connected forming inland lakes and wetlands, or broads. The best way to experience them is by boat, there are lots of places to hire boats along the broads. Visit the picturesque city of Norwich and explore the whole of Norfolk, during your last-minute summer holidays.
Haldon Forest, Exeter
If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise! Explore the magical woodlands at Haldon Forest in Exeter. With activities for all the family, Haldon Forest is an amazing place to visit during your last-minute summer holidays in the UK. You can take one of the challenging cycle paths or ‘Go Ape!’ in the adventure playgrounds hidden amongst the trees. Stay in nearby Exeter, a photogenic city, steeped in history.
City Break in Manchester
What could be better than a summer weekend, in a last-minute B&B, in the vibrant city of Manchester? With budget-friendly festivals going on all summer, Manchester makes a fun, dynamic place to visit for quick last-minute summer holidays. World-class shopping, Michelin star restaurants and lively night clubs. In Manchester, there is so much to do! Grab a last-minute B&B with friends or family and experience all the cobbled streets of Manchester have to offer.
St. Helier, Jersey
If you’re looking for ideas for your last-minute summer holidays, then you couldn’t get more special than Jersey. The Channel Islands are closer to France, geographically, but they remain delightfully British in style. Jersey is an island of unspoilt natural beauty and the lifestyle of the people is relaxed and laid back. Due to the crashing tides surrounding the island, the seafood in Jersey is second to none. Embrace the bohemian beach culture and delight your taste buds with the treasures of the sea.
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