Why you should choose England and Wales for weekend breaks
If you only have a short period of time, rather than face airports or ferry ports, a far better option would be to choose weekend breaks in England and Wales.
Both nations welcome visitors and are keen to share their culture and history. With so much to see and do, you may well decide to book another weekend at a later date!
Wales is an enigmatic location, with its own distinct history (and language), historic villages, ancient castles, stunning coastlines and romantic mountain landscapes. Short breaks in Wales are an ideal way to merge an appreciation of the past with an appreciation of all things contemporary.
England is brimming with beautiful market towns and bustling urban centres. Its capital, London, is one of the world’s most renowned cities, and remains universally popular for weekend breaks.
Recommended weekend breaks England and Wales
Hoseasons (hoseasons.co.uk) currently have many special offers for self-catering apartments. You can book your weekend break location in West Kensingdon, in the heart of London, for £65 per night. With a 24/7 concierge, daily housekeeping and a central location, this option is far better than booking an expensive hotel.
Rentals are also offered in Cardiff, the capital of Wales, starting at £144 per night for an apartment that sleeps four.
If you’d rather explore England’s scenic north-west, particularly the Cumbrian Lake District, then an apartment in Chester, sleeping seven, is available from £120.
For further ideas, check out cheap weekend breaks in England.