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Book hotels in the United Kingdom and explore the region’s vast history and natural beauty. Choose between quiet rural retreats and bustling cultural centres.

Booking to the UK

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Top 5 UK destinations

1. London

Explore England’s most beloved museums, galleries and attractions when you stay in London. You can shop until you drop with a relaxing night at The Mandrake, a premier boutique hotel just moments from Oxford Street. Decked out with an eclectic combination of interior styles, the hotel offers peace and quiet right in the heart of London. Service is top-notch and the food is exquisite, courtesy of the resident award-winning YOPO restaurant.

2. Edinburgh

Scotland's capital is a captivating blend of history and tradition. The Bonham Hotel is your perfect introduction to this charming city, with tastefully decorated rooms and a roaring Scottish welcome. You can explore many iconic attractions just moments from this hotel in the lively West End, including the glorious Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood. There’s much more to discover in Edinburgh’s cobbled nooks and crannies.

3. The Lake District

The magical Lake District is one of the UK's most beloved national parks. Inspiration to artists, writers and poets, glittering Lake Windermere is the perfect region to base yourself in. The views from Langdale Chase couldn’t be more postcard-perfect. Nestled right on the banks of Lake Windermere, you'll have unrivalled access to the Lake District's panoramic glory with valleys, lakes, rivers and mountains surrounding you. This secluded, tranquil location in a centuries-old manor house is perfect for day-tripping to the pretty towns of Ambleside and Windermere.

4. Pembrokeshire Coast

Wales’ Pembrokeshire Coast is one of Europe’s truly epic experiences. With a dazzling variety of cliffs and caves, the coast is awash with pretty villages, port towns, moors and dunes. What better way to experience this than a stay in the luxury country house, The Grove. Located in a quiet stretch of bucolic countryside, The Grove offers links to breathtaking coastal pathways from the ancient city of St Davids. This is where Welsh history was made, being the birthplace of the Patron Saint David and home to an enigmatic 12th-century cathedral.

5. Bath

Bath's ancient and enduring architecture has garnered the entire city Unesco World Heritage status. It's easy to see why; from historic Roman Baths to delightful Georgian houses, the city screams out history and heritage in its streets and alluring architecture. Enjoy the city and its splendour with a stay in Combe Grove. Located just 10 minutes’ drive from the city centre, Combe Grove is ideally located to explore Bath’s enchanting surrounding area. This includes the delightful landscaped gardens of Prior Park and the pastoral southern Cotswolds. Combe Grove offers the kind of rural regal quality that the aristocracy would enjoy centuries ago when visiting Bath for its healing waters.

Why book for the UK?

The UK is packed with high-quality attractions and stunning swathes of picturesque countryside to explore. Each of the four countries that make up the union — England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland — are idyllic locations in and of themselves. Together, they're unmissable. From romantic ruins to tremendous abbeys and cathedrals, the UK is a country that wears and remembers its past with pride. But it’s also forward-thinking. Bustling city centres like London, Glasgow and beyond are world-renowned hubs for creative and industrious talent. Whether you are looking to retrace history, dine at world-renowned eateries or soak up the fresh air of the country, the UK has something for everyone.

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The 5 best things to see and do in the UK

1. The British Museum

London's British Museum is a destination in its own right. The first of its kind in the world, the British Museum's collections are the envy of every institution in the world. From colonial treasures to Enlightenment-era discoveries, the museum houses everything from items of serious world-historical importance to artefacts displaying the British Isles' rich geology and culture.

2. Hadrian’s Wall

Take a detour from the Lake District and discover the frontiers of the Roman Empire. Once an enormous defensive wall, it was built to keep the “savage” Scottish Picts at bay and protect the locals from raiders. Hadrian's Wall now stands in ruin, offering incredible views of a landscape that has changed very little since Roman days. You'll find remnants of castle forts as you explore this rich region of hills, fields and valleys.

3. Stonehenge

About an hour south of Bath, Stonehenge is one of the UK’s most mysterious ancient sites. Ancient Brits began constructing these this stone circle in 3000 BC, from mammoth blocks of stone hauled from Wales. The impressive task has triggered the imagination for centuries, as little is known of how or why the site was constructed. Today, the site has an excellent visitor’s centre with guides and commentary.

4. Edinburgh Castle

As one of Scotland's most monumental and history-making sites, Edinburgh Castle is undoubtedly among the UK's top tourist attractions. Perched upon brooding rocks, the castle provides spectacular views of the city and surrounding region over to the majestic Arthur's Seat. The experience itself is unmissable, with excellent guides and tours of Scotland's crown jewels, the Royal Palace and armouries.

5. Sunday Dinner

For local Brits, Sunday is all about roast lunch (or dinner). It's a must-do for visitors and available in just about every pub in the country. You can choose from charming country inns, higgledy-piggledy London taverns or ultra-modern bistros — it doesn't really matter. You’ll find hearty plates of roasted meat, vegetables, gravy and Yorkshire puddings throughout, with a growing appreciation for ingenious vegan and vegetarian variations as well.

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