UK has always been the dream. Now that you have decided where you will travel during the next holiday season, you can start preparing the most important matters like accommodation and your itinerary, including your activities while you are there. Lucky for you, the best hotels in UK are not hard to find. If you are fond of what the South Eastern area of the United Kingdom has in store for you, you have made a great choice. The South East is generally warmer than other areas of UK and the sceneries are just as heart-warming. The following are places to visit, recommended places to stay while you are there and modes of transportation you can book or include in your travel plan.
Places to Visit
For keen watchers of Downtown Abbey, the renowned and majestic Highclere Castle of West Berkshire where the series are filmed is a must-visit. Due to its extremely large amount of visitors from all over the world, appointments are to be made in advance in order to ensure you a comfortable time to make a visit. Take a look into their site and see how you can accommodate your interest of visiting the grandeur building best hotels in South East.
If you are traveling with children, Lego land Windsor, also in Berkshire is a great way to unwind and be dazzled by the great master pieces made solely from Lego pieces. Ever since its grand opening in the year 1996, the place has been a great attraction from tourists ever since. The great thing about Lego land is that even adults are provided the chance to have fun. Race your kids with their Lego carts and have an amazing quality time with them. If you are lucky, you can enjoy the whole day under the warm sun of South East England.
Other locations worth your time are England’s Thorpe Park, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Xscape, Milton Keynes Theatre, Spitbank Fort or the Drusillas Zoo Park.
Where to Stay
A great place to stay would be in the Berkshire County hotels in Scotland where most of the sites are. One place you will have a great time in is the Cliveden House in Taplow. On word to describe the place is glorious. Its British antique theme throughout living spaces, its location at the heart of Berkshires most serene lake side and its history that dates back to the 1920 s is only a prelude to why the place is breath-taking. However if you are looking for a comfortable place to rest in after a long day touring cities, The Elephant in Pangbourne will certainly meet your needs. Designed for families and close to the city, start booking rooms from today!
How to get Around
The Traveline for Southeast England is a great guide for tourists traveling the city using public transportation. It connects the south, east and even the midlands, enabling everyone the chance to travel with ease. As Southeast England is very populated, many people rely on public modes of transport ranging from the railway, tube and busses to get to places.
If you are travelling by car, be sure that you are not in a hurry when taking the M25 as the congestion can be severe throughout the day.