Coach holidays in Britain
It’s not surprising that many people’s most treasured memories are from holidaying here in Britain – and with so many coach breaks and holidays to choose from, you’re certain of creating lasting memories with National Holidays.
Whether you’re looking for stunning scenery, traditional seaside resorts, historical places of interest or bustling cities, Britain has it all.
For a brilliant seaside retreat why not visit the Isle of Wight with its beautiful coastline, award winning beaches and endless attractions? Stylish Torquay in the English Riviera is equally as idyllic with its bustling harbour and palm trees creating a cosmopolitan atmosphere, whilst Newquay and the Devon towns of Paignton and Ilfracombe are blessed with countless family beaches.
Along the South East coast Brighton is a lively Victorian resort, home to many quaint boutiques not to mention its extravagant Royal Pavilion. Neighbouring Eastbourne retains a steadier pace of life and is the perfect coach break destination for lazy afternoons on the beach and gentle strolls along the prom.
Meanwhile Llandudno in North Wales continues to be one of our top coach holiday destinations with its traditional seaside charm and spectacular sights of Snowdonia, whilst further down the outstanding Pembrokeshire coast Tenby is a harbour town of immense character and charm.
The North of England is also home to some of the UK’s most treasured seaside resorts with lively Blackpool continuing to attract families and couples. Walk along the Golden Mile, enjoy views of the famous Blackpool Tower looming over Pleasure Beach or bedazzled by its spectacular annual Illuminations.
A good time is also guaranteed over on the East coast in Scarborough, which boasts fabulous golden beaches and an attractive harbour brimming with the usual seaside traditions.
If you prefer to take in the serene British countryside then the Lake District will not disappoint. With rolling hills and towering mountains surrounding picturesque lakes it’s easy to see why its stunning landscape inspired the works of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.
North of the border, Loch Lomond in the Scottish Highlands offers some of Britain’s most unspoilt scenery whilst the combination of thatched cottages amidst rolling countryside make The Cotswolds quintessentially 'English'.
You can also enjoy a range of city breaks by coach in Britain which are jam packed with famous landmarks, visitor attractions, restaurants and shopping.
There are countless famous landmarks in London to see, from Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Tower of London, to the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.
Meanwhile it’s easy to see why Scotland’s capital Edinburgh is widely regarded as one of Europe’s most attractive cities, with its impressive castle providing a stunning backdrop to the city landscape. The city’s compact nature makes it easy to explore its attractions on foot including the Royal Mile and Palace of Holyroodhouse whilst you can also take a tour of The Royal Yacht Britannia.
Alternatively enjoy Britain’s heritage cities. Discover the rich history of the walled riverside cities Chester and York, Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, the ‘dreaming spires’ of Oxford, the stunning architecture of Cambridge or the sweeping Georgian crescents of Bath.
Whatever your destination of choice there’s nowhere quite like home with National Holidays.
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