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The prettiest places to visit this spring!

Wander through the daffodils and explore somewhere new...

The UK comes to life in spring; meadows of flowers start to bloom, beautiful sunsets light up the evening skyline and fresh, frosty mornings greet you at sunrise.

What better time of year to escape to a cosy cottage and explore a picturesque spot in all its spring beauty?

With its higgledy-piggledy cottages, winding streets and enchanting seafront, you'll feel like you've stepped back in time.

From wild moors and limestone cliffs to golden beaches and prehistoric caves you can while away hours exploring on foot.

Nestled in the heart of the Lake District, the spectacular landscapes are crowned with magnificent fells and mountains all around.

The picture-postcard fishing port with its brightly coloured harbour-front buildings is bursting with charm and character.

Nicknamed the 'jewel of the Cotswolds', this idyllic village boasts beautiful scenes and chocolate box cottages.

Meander down the cobbled streets, lined with charming tea rooms and shops before reaching the beautiful water's edge.


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