5 Ideas for a UK Holiday in 2015

By The World Is Calling, theworldiscalling.com
April 24, 2015 Updated: April 24, 2015

Golfing in Scotland

Scotland is the home of golf and as such an exciting destination to play your favorite spot. It has a variety of excellent courses, which keen golfers all over the world dream to play. It has 550 golf courses, the largest concentration of courses anywhere in the world. The courses include championship standard links, high-profile parkland courses, ancient hearth land courses, cliff top layout, hidden gems and island charms. Whether you are learning golf or you are a skilled golfer, Scotland offers courses for all levels of players. The major highlight of golfing in Scotland is the ancient course of St Andrews, the birthplace of golf.

Visit a Small Town

While the UK boasts of gorgeous cities such as London and Bath, there are small towns that exist without much notice. In 2015, make it your goal to discover the small towns of the UK. You never know just what you might discover, and you might even be the person to put any one of the small towns in the world map. There are hundreds of small towns in the UK, which you can explore; here are just a few of them, Bridlington, Chatham, Coventry, Middlesbrough, Alton and Falkirk.

Campervan Holiday

Campervan holidays are a means of escape from ordinary holidays to exciting road adventures across the UK. You can hire or buy a campervan for regular use to travel from one destination to the next with family, friends, relatives or a spouse. You do not have to worry about where to sleep or where to eat; you can prepare your own meals in a campervan and sleep in the van at night. You can also enjoy free camping in the wild without paying any fee. A campervan is a holiday on wheels, it takes you anywhere you want without having to break the bank and that is why you should try campervan holiday in 2015.

Cottage Break in the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is one of the UKs most stunning regions with rolling hills dotted with picturesque villages, dry stonewalls, honey-colored towns and ancient castles. It is perfect for a cottage break away from the cities into a serene environment. You can find different kinds of cottages in the Cotswolds for different kinds of holidays. Whether you are a couple seeking a romantic sport, a family seeking an activity holiday or a group planning a party, the Cotswolds cottages never disappoint. You can choose serviced or self-catering cottages depending on your budget and personal needs.

Do Something Weird

When you get used to the norm, life becomes boring. Add some spice and laughter into your life; after all, they say laughter is medicine for the soul, in the year 2015 by doing something wonderfully weird. There are numerous weird activities in the UK that you can participate in such as Cheese Rolling, see art in the dark, star gazing in the forest, being a zoo keeper, pan for gold, ride a real digger, letter boxing, strum an air guitar and gurn to win.

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*Image of ancient cotswold stone houses and flower garden in Cotswolds via Shutterstock

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