A Full List of UK Holidays
In 2019, Britain’s biggest indoor international tattoo, with over 1,000 performers, returns to Arena Birmingham. Bringing together marching bands and exciting displays, world class performers will join local groups to create a three-hour spectacle for all the family that culminates in a Grand Finale featuring all the performers
Blackpool is Britain’s biggest and most popular holiday destination and the entertainment capital of the North West. Blackpool’s famous Promenade is buzzing with excitement with its unusual shops, brightly lit amusement arcades, traditional fish and chip shops and three Victorian piers to explore.
Bournemouth is the ideal place to enjoy the perfect Twixmas break. The period between Christmas and New Year is often an ideal time for people to get away from the activity of Christmas, and rest up before the festivities of New Year.-® www.public-domain-image.com 2
Bridlington, the coastal town which boasts sandy beaches, award winning promenades and a historic harbour. Whether it’s a day at the beach searching for sea life, a walk along the promenade with fish and chips or some retail therapy there’s something for everyone.
Bournemouth is a vibrant and cosmopolitan seaside town that has everything you could wish for. There are seven miles of glorious seafront edged with golden sands, a fabulous pier and award-winning public gardens.VE16404 -® VisitEngland-Bournemouth Tourism
Eastbourne enjoys a fabulous position on the edge of the South Downs and has higher average sunshine figures than any other mainland resort. There are three miles of splendid promenades and the famous Carpet Gardens are a constant spectacle of beauty and colour. -® VisitEngland-Visit Eastbourne
Eastbourne nestles at the foot of the South Downs in Sussex. An elegant and pretty seaside resort so a perfect place to relax and enjoy all the fun of Christmas and New Year within just 5 days! If you love Christmas, you’ll love this holiday which lets you celebrate the festive season twice.
The Isle of Wight has over 60 miles of beautiful unspoilt coastline which features several award-winning sandy beaches. The scenery on the Isle of Wight is truly spectacular, with its picturesque villages, dramatic cliffs, rich farmland and wonderful wild flowers. More than half of the island has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. House2-® English Heritage Photo Library
Welcome in the New Year with Cardiff’s Midnight celebrations! Soak up the party atmosphere to music in the Civic Centre and enjoy the fantastic atmosphere as the spectacular firework finale heralds in the New Year! Attractions include an Ice Rink, Ice Kingdom packed with ice sculptures, an Alpine village with Bierkeller, Gluhwein and German beer and Big Wheel, the only way to see the sights of Cardiff this New Year!
Llanberis is Snowdon's village, the place from where thousands of walkers each year ascend the highest mountain in Wales, 'Snowdon'. However, Llanberis is more than just a starting point for a mountain walk, it is a village surrounded by breath-taking scenery, ancient castles and mountain lakes full of glacial melt water.©Crown copyright (2013) Visit Wales
This Christmas Spectacular is the largest Christmas show in the country! Set in the magical surroundings of mechanical organs and fairground carousels, with a cast of 130 professional singers, dancers and musicians – many of whom are West End performers. The 3 hour performance delivers an extravaganza of non-stop singing, dancing, music, humour and variety.®Thursford
Billed as the premier resort of the English Riviera, Torquay offers all the sophisticated entertainment of a modern seaside town, theatres, shopping and a busy picturesque harbour, whilst nearby is the magnificent Dartmoor National Park.
The historically rich city of York has much to offer anyone hoping for break to remember, including fascinating architecture and edifying exhibits. But York has a lively side too, with its bars and boutiques ensuring that there's something to please everyone on a break in York.