A midweek break is a perfect idea for someone who loves to explore a destination when it is less crowded. Midweek breaks are much more cost effective as well. If you are someone who likes the idea of midweek breaks and looking to have a perfect midweek break in the UK, you should consider the following five super spots:

The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is one of the most popular midweek break destinations in the UK and is a fantastic option for a family break. This wonderfully beautiful and picturesque region in the UK boasts of landscapes of rolling hills and honey-colored limestone buildings. Running through five wonderful counties (Worcestershire, Wiltshire, Warwickshire, Oxfordshire, and Gloucestershire) the Cotswolds offers its visitors plenty of wonderful things to do and see all around the year. Exploring its quintessential villages, splendid market towns, castles and palaces and natural landscapes, you should rediscover your inner peace of your mind and enjoy a fantastic stay.

Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a hauntingly beautiful region known for its dramatic landscapes and wide-open spaces, making it a perfect destination to relax, unwind and escape from our busy life. The hilly areas of the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors glow pink and purple during the summer and turn black during the winter. Its ancient castles, abbeys, cathedrals, historic spa towns and narrow mediaeval street attract millions for tourists from around the world. All these features make Yorkshire a super spot for a midweek break, particularly those that enjoy camping.

Cornwall

Cornwall is a magical place with over 300 miles of long coastline filled with oak-forested creeks, medieval harbors, cliffs and dunes. Cornwall boasts of some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK, giving its visitors the perfect opportunity to take part in various beach activities and water sports. It is also known for its artistic heritage as sculptures, painters and potters of international fame come to visit Cornwall for its intense light, rugged beauty and big skies. So, whatever the type of traveler you are, you can expect to spend some wonderful days in Cornwall as part of your midweek UK holiday.

Edinburgh

If you are yet to explore the capital of Scotland, why not make it the destination for your midweek break? Staying just a couple of days in Edinburgh you should be able to recognize the difference between the old and new towns of the historic capital of Scotland. Its streets, castles and people will give you a fair bit of understanding about the history and culture of the country, all of which make for a great stay.

London

It does not matter how many times you have visited London, you can always visit this great city and discover something new and have new experiences. In your midweek break in London, you can explore its main attractions such as the Saint Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower Bridge of London, the British Museum, the Big Ben, and the London Eye etc.  You can attend so many wonderful events taking place every day in all parts of the city. London welcomes its visitors with some of the finest dining and shopping options around the world.

Choose one or more from the above spots for a perfect midweek break in UK and make memories of lifetime. You won’t be disappointed.

Written by Jennifer