I think travel has changed somewhat over the last few months, as we have all navigated our way around what we have found to be ‘the new normality’ due to Covid-19. I don’t want to speak too soon but slowly we are all allowing ourselves to dream about travel again. With that in mind I have put together a collection of holidays to the United Kingdom with Voyage Privé.
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Voyage Privé is a members only luxury travel club, who offer wonderful getaways, at excellent prices.
Voyage Privé initially began life in France and has now expanded with offices in France, UK, Italy, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and the Netherlands. It now has over 44 million members worldwide. Voyage Privé offers a small and expert team of travel experts, to source the best hotels and resorts around the world and to ensure you get the best possible deals with discount of up to 70%. Whats more membership is absolutely free.
So what do you expect as a member?
Each week you will receive newsletters from Voyage Privé, containing some of their best offers of the week. You will find a fabulous selection of city breaks, beach holidays, and rural retreats with discounts of up to 70%, and have peace of mind with ATOL protection.
Holidays in the United Kingdom with Voyage Privé
The UK has some incredible places to visit. It offers iconic landmarks, beautiful scenery, gorgeous coasts and bustling cities. There is something for everyone here in the UK. There are so many wonderful holidays in the United Kingdom with Voyage Privé. Here are a few of our favourites escapes …..
Cornwall really does have it all. Famous for its breathtaking beaches, Cornwall offers rugged coastlines, stunning scenery, sub-tropical gardens, wildlife and hidden gems.
We are huge fans of Cornwall and try to visit at least once a year. St Ives holds a special place in my heart as does the Isles of Scilly. St Ives is a town in Cornwall, famous for its surf, beautiful beaches, and art scene. The beach front Tate St Ives gallery is well worth a visit, it is extremely family friendly and the kids loved their visit here. If you like to eat out you really will be spoilt for choice. St Ives offers beach cafes, restaurants, takeaways and cafes. If you love shopping you will find a number of independent shops, art galleries, bookstores, fashion boutiques, and gift shops in St Ives.
The Lake District is a region and national park in Cumbria in the northwest of England. Another popular holiday destination, it is famous for its rugged mountains, stunning lakes, wonderful scenery and literacy associations. From walking to climbing, boating to cycling, there is something for everyone.
There are many attractions and places to visit in the Lake District, you will be spoilt for choice. Explore the most popular places to visit in the Lake District including Windermere, Ambleside, Coniston Water, Ullswater, and Grasmere – you won’t be disappointed.
London, is the capital of England in the UK, and a must see destination at any time of year. There really are so many things to do in London. See some of the best theatre in the world in the West End, or visit some of London’s top attractions including the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, and the Tower of London. There is also an abundance of child friendly attractions, wonderful parks and hidden gems to explore.
York is a walled city in northeast England that was founded by the ancient Romans. There is so much to see and do in York – walk the City Walls, take a stroll along the medieval shopping street The Shambles, marvel at York Minster, or visit one of the many family friendly attractions including the National Railway Museum.
There is also an abundance of cafés, restaurants, bars and takeaways. Dont forget to stop by at the iconic Betty’s tea room and sample the Lady Betty Afternoon tea.
So where is your favourite place to visit in the united kingdom?
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