When planning a family holiday in the UK, make sure you do not overlook the most glorious getaways the country has to offer. Here are some of the best destinations that you can consider:

  • Northumberland

Northumberland has been a favourite among family holidaymakers over the years. Known for its beautiful clean beaches and other fascinating attractions, this place has something for everyone. It is home to the imposing Bamburgh castle, which is dramatically situated next to the sea and is a perfect place for imagining the olden days of kings, queens and knights. There is also the Alnwick Castle, where many of the Harry Potter scenes were filmed.

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  • North Norfolk

This part of the UK has gasp-worthy beaches and traditional seaside resorts that offer a wide array of quayside seafood and fish-and-chip opportunities. It is also home to numerous English Heritage and National Trust properties and adventure parks to boot. Among the most popular seaside spots here are Cromer, Hunstanton and Wells-next-the-Sea.

  • Isle of Wight

If you are a beach lover, then you will definitely love the vast stretches of sandy coast and rocky beaches, which are ideal for paddling, on this island that offers a lovely old-fashioned feel. You will have walking/cycling opportunities, a good section of nice restaurants and pubs, as well as other attractions, such as the Roman Villa, Blackgang Chine, Carisbrook Castle and the Osborne House.

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  • Yorkshire

The attractions that attract visitors to this place include national parks, peaks, dales, moors and a breathtaking coastline. As for your children, they would enjoy a sea life centre, family-friendly beaches, penny arcades and plenty of parks. A new sensation here is the Alphamare Water Park that offers a water playground, plenty of slides, a heated outdoor pool and a spa area. So, to make sure you get the most of your family holiday in the UK, spend it in the places listed above.

 

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