It’s an unforgiving time of year, and after the highs of Christmas, January, February and even March can seem like a real drag.
The weather does its utmost to stop us from doing anything without freezing or getting soaked through, our bank balance looks like we’ve spent a month in Vegas and all we really want to do is curl up underneath our duvet and get someone to wake us up in Spring.
But there is one bright glimmer of sunshine in amongst all of this winter worry. In fact, when you’re slogging away in the gym, cursing the fact that you forgot your umbrella or working late over the next couple of months – what’s the one thing that could cheer you up?
Looking forward to a holiday of course! So with that in mind, here are three sunny destinations in the UK for you to visit this summer.
One of the best stretches of glorious, golden sand in Britain, the Woolacombe Village Beach is the perfect place to enjoy some sunshine this year.
Lifeguards, a Blue Flag status and easy visibility means it’s the perfect place for some swimming, surfing, paddling or rock pool exploring while there’s always the trusty bucket and spade to get busy with too!
With a wonderful range of shops and numerous cafés and restaurants, the adults will be more than happy to enjoy some rest and relaxation in the evening. Check out our hotels in Devon if you want to explore what else this part of the UK has to offer.
Brighton, East Sussex
If there’s one place in the UK that screams summer then Brighton could well be it. Not only is the beach buzzing with people as the sun beats down and local bands fill the air with music, but there’s plenty to do too.
Fantastic restaurants, bars and clubs galore and a little something for all tastes means this is the ideal summer break, whether you’re with your family or fancy a romantic trip for two.
Our hotels in Brighton provide the perfect place to lay your head after all that sun, so don’t delay, get booking now!
If you really do want to get away from it all then look no further than Southwold in Suffolk. Surrounded by water and with only one road in and out, you can leave all your troubles behind and get down to more serious business – by that we mean walking along the beach, exploring the lighthouse and crabbing on the docks – what more could you ask for?
Check out our hotels in Suffolk for more information.
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