It is easy for us to continually return to the same areas of the UK out of routine. However, we believe that it is important to branch out and visit places that you didn’t know existed or had not considered visiting before. We can guarantee you that you are missing out on some of the most beautiful parts of the UK.
We have put together a small list of what we believe to be the most beautiful places in the UK (in no particular order)!
Dunnottar Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
The Dunnottar Castle is a ruined fortress located upon a cliff top and surrounded by the sea. This picturesque fortress offers an abundance of historical information and allows its visitors to spend hours discover different parts of the castle. This castle is the perfect picture spot and is often the chosen location for many weddings. However, make sure you don’t wear a hat as it will probably be lost at sea!
White Cliffs of Dover, Kent
This location of this beautiful natural landmark is in Kent, which is not far from our office! The landmark offers its guests beautiful coastal walks. This allows tourists to experience the beauty of the cliffs and the sea. Also, if the visibility is clear you will be able to see France from this point!
Snowdonia is famous for hiking, with many people every year climbing Mount Snowdon. There are 6 hikes which vary in difficulty, making it possible for everyone to experience the beautiful views that Snowdonia has to offer. Moreover, Snowdonia is home to a historic railway which climbs to the summit of Mount Snowdon, as well as Caernarfon and Conwy Castle.
The Lake District
The Lake District lies in the North West of England and is famous for its gorgeous lakes and astonishing mountains. Its natural beauty makes it one of the most beautiful parts of the UK. The Lake District has been a popular tourist destination for an extremely long time now, with many people choosing it as their regular holiday destination. The Lake District is a brilliant place to walk, run or cycle whilst experiencing the beauty of nature!
Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland
The Giant’s Causeway is an abstract coastal path which gets its unique appearance from an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. Giant’s Causeway is Northern Ireland’s first UNESCO Heritage site in 1986. Moreover, it has previously been named as one of the UK’s natural wonders!
Rye, East Sussex
Rye is a small quaint town located in East Sussex. Overwhelmed with antique shops and independent coffee shops, Rye is the perfect little destination for a day out! Cobbled roads and beautiful buildings which are covered in plants and flowers make this town so beautiful to look at!
With the overwhelming time that we currently find ourselves in, we hope that you have taken some enjoyment out of this blog and have been inspired to explore the areas around us while we cannot go further afield!