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Let’s look forward to the Summer Holidays!

Summer is coming and with it comes the promise of warmer times and the chance to get back outdoors. Choosing to spend your summer holidays at home in the UK can be a great idea, maybe especially this year. Close your eyes and dream of summer!

Bedandbreakfast.eu; Let’s look forward to the Summer Holidays!Tenby, Wales

You can’t beat this corner of Wales for fabulous family summer holidays. Surrounded on three sides by the sea, Pembrokeshire has over 50 stretches of golden beaches perfect for surfing, kayaking or just building sandcastles. Enjoy a traditional 99 or delicious fish and chips outside in the salty air, and relax in a cosy B&B away from the crowds.

B&B Temby


Famous for the delicious cream teas, Devon is a brilliant place to visit for a summer vacation in the UK. It’s stunning coastline and two national parks are just waiting to be explored. From superb family beaches, tiny pebbled coves to wild, windswept bays, Devon has enough sand for everyone to play with these summer holidays. Grab a Devon crab sandwich, wash it down with a pint of local cider and then find a fresh homemade scone. Now the only question you have to answer is jam first or cream?!

B&B Devon

Hornsea Beach

What could be more British than spending your summer holidays at a typical seaside resort? Get those buckets and spades and deckchairs ready and head down to Hornsea for some fun in the sun. Walk along the peaceful blue flag beach or take a boat out on the largest freshwater lake n Yorkshire. The village itself is filled with quaint little shops and restaurants. Tie your knotted handkerchief on tight and create a traditional postcard scene of your own!

B&B Hornsea Beach

Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Strolling through meadows, climbing trees and making daisy chains on a picnic blanket. Enjoy the simple pleasures of your childhood with summer holidays in the beautiful countryside of Suffolk. The pastel-coloured town of Aldeburgh makes a great starting point to explore this delightful county. Visit the Red House, the former home of the renowned British composer Benjamin Britten or spend a day browsing the unique little clothing boutiques and gift shops.

B&B Aldeburgh

Isle of Skye

Spend your summer holidays on the magical Isle of Skye, famous for its breath-taking scenery and landscapes. The area is rich with the history of the Highlands, and the Clan Castles should be on your list of places to visit. Walkers are spoilt with many trails and scrambles ideal for both ramblers and climbers of all levels. Perhaps you’ll be lucky and come across some of the impressive wildlife such as the White-Tailed eagle or the shy red deer.

B&B Isle of Skye

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Emma Samson

Armchair explorer with wanderlust and a bucket list a mile long. A split personality, looking for the balance between adventure and home comforts. Loves airports and wine, hates camping!

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