Breaks in the East of England


Bedfordshire: Country Hotel
Three Course Dinner
from
£99pp

Bedfordshire: Country Hotel

This Georgian Manor is set in acres of private gardens and woodland.

East Anglia: Country Hotel
Champagne & Dinner
from
£109pp

East Anglia: Country Hotel

Renowned 14th Century country house hotel. Conveniently located just 45 mins from Central London!

Buckinghamshire: Spa Hotel
Three Course Dinner
from
£149pp

Buckinghamshire: Spa Hotel

Relax in the spa or indoor pool or enjoy a romantic meal in the award winning Glaze Restaurant.

London: Ultimate Luxury
Use of The Country Club
from
£179pp

London: Ultimate Luxury

Luton Hoo is a luxury five-star hotel with 18 hole golf course, magnificent spa and more than 1,000 acres of parkland.

East of England

The East of England offers the perfect country retreat for any time of the year and for any type of traveller. With stretches of beautiful coastline, charming small villages and a massive amount of peaceful countryside to explore, the East of England should be towards the top of your staycation list.
 

East of England City Breaks

If you are looking for a city break in this part of England, then look no further than Norwich and Ely. Although they aren’t among the largest cities in the UK, they certainly don’t lack stature in terms of history, culture, pleasant walks and a solid nighttime scene. The medieval town of Lavenham is also a wonderful day-trip and is a top place to visit for Harry Potter fans as it was the filming location for Godric’s Hollow.
 

Cottage Breaks in the East of England

Cottage breaks are also extremely popular in this part of the country, with vast amounts of countryside covering the regions of Norfolk and Suffolk. Here, you will find no shortage of quirky places to stay including some right on the doorstep of scenic walks, some with their own hot tubs and some right in the middle of farmers fields! This part of the country is ideal for a retreat into nature.

The East of England also features one of the country’s best stretches of coastline and makes it the ideal place to visit for a beach holiday every month of the year. As well as summer or winter strolls along the beach, be sure to take a boat trip to visit Norfolk’s amazing seal colony at Blakeney Point, with both common and grey seals to see!

We couldn’t finish this summary without mentioning the fact that the East of England is regarded as the bird-watching capital of the UK. With an incredible bird variety as well as a number of superb nature reserves, anyone with an appreciation for wildlife is sure to enjoy a trip to this part of the UK.
 

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