While some Britons want adventure or to party on their summer holiday, others just need some peace and quiet.
According to travel experts at TRIP, searches have increased for “quiet holiday destinations” in the UK.
The team ranked the top destinations based on nearby spas, art galleries, bookstores, cafes and nature.
Many of the top destinations are slightly under the radar, so tourists won’t need to deal with huge crowds.
The winning spot was a “lovely” location in the Midlands with “rolling hills” as far as the eye can see.
Britain’s most relaxing holiday destinations
- Malvern HIlls, Herefordshire and Worcestershire
- Dunham Massey, Cheshire
- White Cliffs of Dover, Kent, Surrey and Sussex
- Heddon’s Mouth, Devon
- Studland Bay, Dorset
- Sandilands, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire
- Derwentwater, The Lake District
- Marsden Moor, Yorkshire
- Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire
- The Hermitage, Perthshire
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The Malvern Hills were named the most relaxing destination for a staycation this year and could be the ideal spot for hiking.
A tourist ‘Ishimiagi’ wrote on Tripadvisor: “The views from the top of the hills are lovely, of the rolling hills on the horizon and different angles of Malvern.”
‘Kelly C’ wrote: “Beautiful picturesque views. Amazing place to visit time and time again. Highly recommend it to anyone.”
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Dunham Massey in Greater Manchester is a great option for tourists who want to visit the National Trust property and explore its deer park.
Studland Bay could be the ideal beach destination for summer with gorgeous sands and views of Old Harry Rocks.
The Hermitage was the only destination outside of England to make the list and is one of Scotland’s prettiest hotspots.
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