Featured accommodation

Featured accommodation

Need some inspiration?

The best way to find any type of accommodation is to use our accommodation search on the right. But if you're stuck for ideas, why not have a look at a few of the places we've featured below because of their value for money, quirky design, quality or simply their friendly welcome...


Unusual places to stay

Hotels, B&Bs, hostels, apartments; done, done, done and done. Looking for somewhere different to stay on your next break in Britain? It doesn't get more fun and fantastic than this!

Places to stay

Stay in a castle

Visiting historic castles is undoubtedly a highlight of any trip to Britain, but if you really want to live Britain's heritage, why not stay overnight?

Places to stay

Country house hotels

Looking for a rural retreat? Booking into the right hotel can turn a pleasurable holiday into a memory to treasure.

Places to stay

Boutique hotels

They're friendly, unpretentious, a little eccentric and highly individual. Some would say Britain's boutique hotels reflect the British character, they aim to surprise and amuse - just like the British themselves, really.

Places to stay

Luxury resorts

Indulge in the pure luxury of one of Britain's fine resorts. Set in the tranquil British countryside these resorts offer a huge range of spa treatments and leisure activities.

Destinations
  • City breaks
    • Giants Causeway, County Antrim, Northern Ireland Source:Andras Jancsik
      Belfast travel guide

      Learn everything about Belfast from its historic landmarks like Belfast Castle and Belfast City Hall to its unique blend of traditional and...

    • View of the City from banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland Source:© Britainonview / - Britain on View
      Glasgow

      Known as Scotland's style capital with its art deco brasseries, stylish shops and cultural centres, Glasgow boasts more than 30 museums and...

    • Wales Millennium Centre Source:© Britainonview / David Angel
      Cardiff

      Cardiff, vibrant capital city of Wales offers visitors fantastic shopping, lively nightlife, a thriving arts and culture scene and history dating...

    • Tate Liverpool Source:© e-peps (Flickr)
      Liverpool

      Fall in love with Liverpool, with its charming locals, world-famous music scene, and amazing shopping. The perfect blend of old and new, this...

    • Views to Tower Bridge from the south side of the River Thames at night, London, England Source:© Britainonview / James McCormick
      London City Guide

      This isn’t just another capital city, it’s a thriving metropolis with a unique personality formed by its iconic landmarks, centuries...

  • Discover the outdoors
    • Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Source:© Shadowgate (Flickr)
      Orkney

      The Orkney archipelago is an opportunity to explore prehistory, wildlife and seascapes, while enjoying the relaxed pace of life and genuine...

    • Sunset in Cornwall Source:© midlander1231 (Flickr)
      Cornwall

      Covering the furthest South West toe of the country, Cornwall has diverse terrain of coast, moors, and countryside. The landscape lends itself to...

    • Royal Pavilion at night, Brighton Source:© Britainonview / - Britain on View
      Brighton

      England’s favourite seaside city, Brighton is historic, elegant and offbeat and the perfect place for a break.

    • Mountain Y Garn in Snowdonia Source:© Richard0 (Flickr)
      Snowdonia

      Snowdonia is one of Wales’ most famous regions, known for its craggy mountains, brooding natural landscapes, rugged coastline and Wales and...

    • The Cotswolds Source:© Christopher Chan (Flickr)
      The Cotswolds

      The Cotswolds is an area of gentle hills lying between the enticing cities of Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath, and Oxford.

  • History and heritage
    • Thermae Bath Spa is Britain's original and only thermal bath spa set in the busy city of Bath, England © Britainonview / Jon Spaull Source:VBimages - 21974131
      Bath

      Superb Roman remains, glorious Georgian architecture, spring water spas, and first-class shopping – the golden city of Bath has it all. The...

    • Shakespeares birthplace © floato (Flickr)
      Stratford-upon-Avon: Shakespeare's...

      East Gate Clock Tower, Chester Source:© Britainonview / Ingrid Rasmussen

      Chester

      Ancient, dynamic, traditional, exciting, Chester is one of Britain's best breaks. The city offers classy architecture, world class heritage,...

    • Windsor

      Windsor, a short break destination combining history, fine shopping and dining, sports, leisure activities and events. Home to 13 attractions...

    • York Minster Source:© Nick Garrod
      York

      Step inside the medieval walls of York and experience one of Britain’s most impressive city. Home to over 2000 years of colourful history,...