Visit the UK’s stunning sites

older couple on holiday

The United Kingdom may be small in stature, but when it comes to a tourist destination – it is held in very high regard by everyone across the globe. With amazing spots to enjoy up and down the country, the culture, history, and wildlife enable visitors to be able to enjoy stunning sites.

Whether you’re staying in a selection of hostels dotted around the countries or are going to treat yourself to one of the luxury Airbnbs, there are so many reasons to take the time to see the UK.

Cheddar Gorge, Somerset

Formed thanks to the ice age, thousands of years ago, this is Britain’s largest limestone gorge. Unique tends to be an overused cliché when it comes to a stunning beauty, but this truly is.

A natural phenomenon, you can also see the biggest underground river while keeping your eyes open to check out the peregrine falcons and wild sheep on the surrounding sheer cliffs and grassy slopes.

If you are interested in plants then it’s also a great chance to see the Cheddar Pink in all its glory.

view of cheddar gorge

Malham Cove, Yorkshire

This stunning county has some of the most remarkable scenery in the UK and is famed for its warm hospitality. A trip to Malham Cove is a must-see. Another limestone hotspot is an amphitheater that can be seen from miles around.

A breath-taking destination throughout the year, you can investigate the coves or get your binoculars out for the peregrines that nest in the cliff face.

view of Malham cove

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To truly make the most of these locations it’s best to spend a couple of days – there’s no better way than with Airbnb.

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Jurassic Coast, Dorset

Stretching across Dorset and into East Devon, this world heritage site on the south coast of England is a natural wonder.

A destination that is well-known amongst travelers, this coastline is 140 million years old and boasts beaches, coves, and dramatic cliffs.

From the Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove, there is at least a week’s worth of adventure at one of the most photographed spots across the UK

Isle of Harris, Scotland

Moving north, and into Scotland, this Isle has the sort of beaches that would make an onlooker think that they were looking at a Thailand holiday resort.

Striking is how most people describe a trip here, and getting a sea breeze from the Atlantic, along with breaking waves and snow-peaked mountains in the distance is an experience that won’t be forgotten in a hurry.

View of the Isle of Harris