We’re not just talking a trip to Butlin’s or Legoland , but historical villages packed with hidden cultural gems, or coastal towns that offer spectacular views and entertainment on tap for the whole family.The perks of holidaying at home? It’s easy to get there, you can speak the language, your credit cards work, mobile phone data won’t cost a fortune the list goes on.From the travel costs to the hotel stays, there’s ample opportunity to snap up a bargain break.Britain has a unique selection of cities, towns, and villages some hidden and some not so secret as well as unique architecture, atmosphere and geography, all combined with entertainment, theatres, museums and plenty to see and explore.We reveal some of our top picks for a brilliant staycation.1. The English Riviera Torquay, Babbacombe Bay, Paignton, BrixhamIt’s easy to create a lifetime of memories in South Devon’s Beautiful Bay.The area boasts glorious sandy beaches, award winning attractions and breathtaking scenery, so it’s ideal for any seaside holiday whether you’re travelling with kids or looking to take a romantic break.You can request a full guide to see this summer’s events on the English Riviera website , but we recommend you make sure to check out the Babbacombe Model Village .It continues to be a hit with families thanks to the impressive miniature village, stunning gardens and the jaw dropping illuminations show at night.The best places to stay for a UK walking holiday great if you’re on a budget2. Southport England’s classic resortHailed as a classic Victorian town with a contemporary twist, Southport is ideal whether you’re after a day trip or short break.It’s home to brilliant beaches, a whole host of shopping quarters, golf courses and even a casino and three theatres..
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