Feeling tired of the nine-to-five lifestyle? Whether you’re feeling fatigued from work or simply experiencing a bout of wanderlust, spending some time to explore the UK is a fantastic way to escape the routine of everyday life.
Instead of embarking on the classic two-week holiday, why not shorten your holiday and enjoy a greater level of luxury? From scenic getaways to dense urban centres, these three destinations offer the best experience in the UK for visitors with the budget to truly appreciate them.
From the culture to the cuisine, the commerce to the accommodation, London is a city that defines luxury. Boasting some of the world’s finest hotels and restaurants, this cosmopolitan city is the perfect destination for luxury travellers.
Enjoy a day of luxurious shopping in London’s exclusive boutiques, followed by an excellent dinner in one of the world’s finest restaurants. Wash it down with drinks in an exclusive London bar followed by a show – the greatest London experience.
2. Lake District
Widely regarded as one of England’s most beautiful holiday destinations, the Lake District is a natural wonderland. Thanks to its immense popularity, the Lake District boasts a wide range of high-end accommodation that’s tough to find elsewhere.
Enjoy beautiful views from some of the region’s rugged mountains, or a relaxing day spend beside some of England’s most scenic lakes. Spend your evening sampling the wonderful food of Cumbria before retiring to your own luxurious room.
Whether you opt for a stunning hotel suite or book a pair of Lake District luxury log cabins, the accommodation options offered by the Lake District make it a high-end hotspot for travellers.
3. Loch Lomond
Britain’s largest lake is also one of its finest luxury destinations. Boasting some of the most impressive scenery in Scotland, Loch Lomond is a destination that’s ideal for high-end weekend breaks and natural retreats.
While accommodation around Loch Lomond is sparse when compared to the more popular Lake District in England, the region is home to several high-end hotels and resorts. Some, like the Cameron House, even include their own 18-home golf course.
Enjoy some of Scotland’s finest scenery as you walk, mountain bike, or navigate your way around the region by boat. From luxurious spas to Scottish pubs, Loch Lomond ticks every box on the luxury tourism checklist.