England has it all – buzzing cities, picturesque villages and beautiful beaches.
Head to the capital, London, to experience Royal palaces, enormous parks and quirky English character. Experiences not to be missed with children are the changing of the guard at Buckingham palace, a trip on the London Eye and a boat ride along the Thames. Don't forget to travel on a red London Bus and visit the Natural History and Science Museums. Both are free to enter; the basement floor of the Science Museum with its interactive exploratory area is a must for inquisitive toddlers.
From London, head South West towards Bath to visit Britain’s only natural thermal waters at the Thermae Bath Spa. Stop off at the ancient site of Stonehenge on your way. Further South West are Dorset, Devon and Cornwall – three coastal counties home to some tiny villages and fantastic beaches. While you’re in Cornwall, take the kids to see the Eden Project or explore the Lost Gardens of Heligon.
If your family love the beach, take a trip to Brighton in East Sussex. Eat traditional English fish and chips wrapped in newspaper on the pebbly waterfront and stroll along the pier. Head to West Wittering in West Sussex, or Holkham in Norfolk if you’re after a quieter, more remote experience of the English seafront.
In England’s Chilterns you’ll find Henley-on-Thames, home to the oh-so-English annual Henley Regatta. Under an hour’s drive away is the historic university town of Oxford. If your children are old enough, you could hire a punt and enjoy the beautiful views.
Head to North West England to visit the Lake District, where you’ll find Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain. And don’t miss the gracious city of York, home to the enormous gothic cathedral, York Minster, and the Jorvik Viking Centre.
London is wonderful to visit any time of year, with its interesting museums, beautiful parks, broadway shows, themed restaurants and more.
There is plenty to do in Norfolk, with its pretty villages and beautiful countryside to sandy beaches and traditional seaside resorts, and the waterways and windmills of the Norfolk Broads.
A stunning county with breathtaking countryside, 95 miles of Jurassic Coastline and numerous blue flag sandy beaches, and shallow waters making it perfect for families with younger children.
For many years, Brighton has been one of the most popular destinations for families. With so many things to do, family friendly restaurants and hotels, Brighton has something for everyone.
A land of contrasts, scenic coastline, bustling cities, and quiet moorlands, Yorkshire is Englands largest county and one of the greenest thanks to three of the National Parks.
Cumbria is home to the Lake District National Park, considered one of the most beautiful areas in the country.
Lancashire County, home to Blackpool, one of Britains most popular holiday destination with year-round indoor and outdoor entertainment for all the family.
With a pleasant climate and its sandy beaches, Cornwall is the ideal destination for a UK holiday.
From sandy coastline, historic towns and villages to the heather clad moorlands, there is so much to do and explore in Somerset.
Blackpool is Britain's favourite holiday resort - Famous for its "Golden Mile" of piers, amusement arcades, tram and donkey-rides, pubs, fish and chip shops and bingo halls. Blackpool is bright and bustling - with non-stop fun.
If you mention the name Weymouth to people who reside in the southern half of England (and even some further north) you will be met by a wistful look whilst that person recounts a memory of a childhood gone by.
The Isle of Wight, often referred to as The Garden Isle, is famed for its stunning scenery and warm climate.
A combination of coast and countryside makes Sussex a break with a difference. You are never far from the sea with its varied coastline from dramatic white cliffs drop to secluded rocky bays, shingle beaches and swathes of golden sand.
Devon has always been a popular destination for family holidays with its award winning attractions and accommodation and idyllic playground for all ages.
Kent, also known as ‘The Garden of England’ offers a haven of traditional English countryside with plenty to do for all the family.
The vibrant city of Manchester has a wealth of attractions and has firmly established itself as one of the most stylish cities in the UK!
Beautiful landscapes, pretty villages and towns, stately homes, historic castles, parks and gardens, all gives Cheshire a unique appeal.
Oxfordshire is the perfect retreat for a relaxing family holiday with stunning scenery.