Top things to do in the UK – Summer 2013

The UK is a brilliant place to have a holiday with plenty to offer both in it’s bustling cities and in it’s vast countryside. In the summer months especially, the UK has plenty of attractions open and things to do which suit people of all ages and with different interests. It may be worth picking up a car rental in Chester, manchester, london or wherever you are in the country and going for a road trip and see where you end up. Here are a few top picks for you to try out this summer:



There are tons of great festivals taking place in 2013, whatever your music taste your sure to find something that you like. The Happy Days Festival situated in Surrey takes place in June and will take you back in time with music from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, it’s one for those who like to reminisce and enjoy some serious dancing. The larger and more well known festivals taking place this year include Glastonbury, T in the Park, Creamfields and Reading which includes acts ranging from U2, and Coldplay to Jake Bugg and Azelia Banks. Take a look at The Festival Calender to make sure you don’t miss out on your favourite music event!

Have a beach BBQ

Places such as Abersoch in Wales are the perfect place to chill with friends and make great summer memories because they have beautiful beaches. Not only this, but hanging out with friends as the sun sets and having a BBQ costs little to nothing and everyone is invited! Wherever you spent your UK holiday, be sure to make a trip to the coast just once and make the most of the sunshine and warm weather.

Spend a sunny afternoon in the countryside

The countryside is the perfect place to take up a number of activities which the whole family can enjoy. These can include anything from horse riding in the New Forest to taking a long walk through the hills in the Lake District. One of the most attractive areas of the UK is Cheshire which is full of character buildings and rolling countryside. Be sure to get out early so that you can make the most of your day and get plenty of fresh air, then perhaps you can kick back in the evening with a nice meal at a local restaurant.

However you decide to spend your summer, make sure that you check out the local attractions and make the most out of the Great British weather!

This article was contributed by Holly Powell on behalf of Inglewood Manor a beautiful hotel set in the Cheshire countryside – to visit the website click here.

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