7 Places you need to visit
in the UK
Long gone are the days that we have to travel halfway around the world
to enjoy a break away from our usual day-to-day.
Staycations have become a popular holiday choice for Britons in the past couple of years,
and it's not surprising given the beautiful country side and full-of-life cities that we have here in the UK.
We've pulled together 7 of our favourite places that you need to visit in the UK,
all of which are home to some of our most popular Loch Fyne Restaurants.
1. Bath, Somerset
Bath is a picturesque city set in the county of Somerset, Southwest England. It is known by many for its 2000 year old Roman built Baths and its uniquely stunning characteristics.
Whether you are looking for a romantic break away full of food and shopping; or a place for the whole family to enjoy a little piece of British history, Bath has something for everyone.
2. Kenilworth, Warwickshire
Set in Warwickshire, Kenilworth is a truly historic town. Home to Kenilworth Castle, this medieval town offers a number of attractions and things to do for people with history in mind.
Whilst exploring its 900 year history, why not scale the glorious heights of the castle tower, famously built to impress Queen Elizabeth I.
3. Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh is an energetic city where past and present truly collide. This combination has earned the Scottish Capital a reputation as one of the most enthralling cities in the world.
From fantastic shopping and surroundings, to its quirky bar and dining culture, holidaying in Edinburgh will not disappoint.
4. Portsmouth, Hampshire
Port city Portsmouth, is well known for its naval base and historic dockyard. Birth place of Charles Dickins and home to the interactive National Museum of the Royal Navy; Portsmouth offers a great depth of history.
Alongside this, you can enjoy the city's unique shopping destinations and restaurants set along the beautiful waterfront, and not forgetting the iconic Spinnaker Tower.
5. York, North Yorkshire
Known for its culture and historic charm, York is a beautifully preserved city set in North Yorkshire. With one of the largest cathedrals in Northern Europe – York Minster, and the charming streets of The Shambles, the city has plenty to see and do.
From day to night; the streets of York burst with life, with a great range of restaurants and bars that have something for everyone.
6. Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
The market town of Henley-on-Thames is set in Oxfordshires Chiltern Hills along the River Thames. The river flows under the towns beautiful 18th century stone bridge which can be enjoyed in the summer by public cruises or in a smaller and more personal rowing boat.
You will also be spoilt for choice with plenty of small independent shops offering everything from antiques to handmade chocolates.
7. Covent Garden, London
The UK capital is typically top of the list for cities you must visit in the UK, but being the biggest also means it can be hard ground to cover. From Big Ben and the London Eye, to Oxford Circus and Camden Market, there is lots to do and plenty to see.
Covent Garden is the place to go for anyone who enjoys shopping, theatre, restaurants and bars, history and culture. With its famous market and the Royal Opera house, this corner of the West End has everything to make your trip to the capital an unforgettable one.