If you are a driving-holiday enthusiast, you should visit the British countryside! With picturesque villages, breathtaking moorland, magnificent green hills and expansive coastline, the countryside has a myriad of tourist attractions that can keep your holiday spiced up.
For those of you who have just passed that tricky driving theory test and got the keys to your brand new car why not kickstart your driving holiday UK at the Cotswolds which is home to beautiful villages & towns, gentle hills, cosy country clubs and historic churches.
This area has excellent roads, so exploring it by car will be like a walk in the park. Take at least two days to explore the Cotswolds. Accommodation is widely available! You can decide to stay in a traditional village inn.
Spend a couple of days at the Peak District which boasts deep river valleys, rocky outcrops and moorland. Park your car in a safe place and indulge in thrilling outdoor activities such as rock climbing, horse-riding and caving. You can also explore Chatsworth House which showcases beautiful artifacts and traditional items. Accommodation is not a problem in the Peak District. You can stay in one of the area’s luxury hotels.
Your next stop should at the Yorkshire Dales which welcomes you with beautiful ancient ruins and traditional villages. Drive through the villages and have a stop at the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Take a one-day trip to the magnificent city of York and the lively Yorkshire coast. Concerning accommodation, stay in a luxury country house hotel.
The Lake District is another place you shouldn’t fail to visit when having a driving holiday UK. It has a striking scenery featuring towering hills & mountains, pretty villages and sparking lakes. When visiting this place, you just need to park your car somewhere and get involved in awesome outdoor activities such as ghyll scrambling, kayaking, windsurfing, rock climbing and horse-riding. Choose a luxury hotel or a fine country club for your accommodation needs.
You can then conclude your holiday at the Scottish Highlands which doesn’t disappoint with its stunning mountains and gorgeous islands. After exploring the highlands, head on to a country club & restaurant and grab a fine whisky or some delicious seafood. When it comes to accommodation, spend your night in a luxury boutique hotel.