The nation’s best seaside towns have been revealed – and you can currently bag a hotel room for a steal as Travelodge has launched a huge sale.
The hotel company is offering up a whopping 850,000 rooms for as little as £38 a night, including family rooms meaning a family of four can bag a stay for £9.50pp a night.
Brits wanting to head to the seaside maybe questioning where to go. In fact, nearly three quarters of us – 72% – plan to holiday in the UK this year.
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Luckily the budget hotel chain has provided some major staycation inspiration, as it unveiled the top 10 most popular UK beach holiday destinations, with firm favourites such as Cornwall, Devon and the Isle of Wight making the cut (you can see the full list below).
Cornwall topped the list thanks to its many stunning coves, bays and beaches. One of the county's beaches was even named the best nudist spot in the country.
Pedn Vounder, in Cornwall, is a nudist-friendly beach on the south coast known for its towering cliff, bright blue waters and white sand. It can be accessed either by boat or on food through a coastal path along the beach.
Many holidaymakers have likened the gorgeous beach to the Caribbean. Plus, a TikTok account claims another Cornwall beach left tourists "speechless" at its beauty.
Devon was rated as second best by the hotel chain. It has a whopping 120 beaches and the gorgeous Jurassic Coast. Some of the best rated beaches in the area include Woolacombe, Croyde and Exmouth.
Third place is taken by The Isle of White, the UK’s island paradise – which spans 13 miles north to south and 27 miles east to west. The island has been crowned a UNESCO Biosphere and offers 57 miles of coastline and over 20 stunning beaches.
In fourth place was Whitby – the gorgeous beach town in Yorkshire. You can explore Dracula's castle and even visit during Goth Week!
Top 10 UK beach holiday hotspots
- Isle of Wight
- Pembrokeshire Coast
- Great Yarmouth
Shakila Ahmed, Travelodge Spokesperson said: "Our latest research shows that Britons are prioritising and taking a well-deserved staycation this summer, despite the rising cost of living; as a break has become one of life’s necessities. Interestingly in these challenging times, our bookings data shows Britons are getting creative and resourceful with their budget and holiday planning.
"New travel trends we are seeing include Britons splitting their holidays into lots of shorter breaks and also planning multi-location holidays. This enables them to combine two different experiences within one holiday and obtain a better return on their money and time. Just a weekend break can make a huge difference to your wellbeing.
"With a network of over 580 hotels across the length and breadth of the UK, holidaymakers are using Travelodge hotels as their summer base to explore and experience what makes Great Britain so Great this summer."
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