Bedsearcher's Guide to Hotels, B&Bs, Inns and Guest Houses in the United Kingdom
Welcome to Bedsearcher's guide to accommodation in the regions of the United Kingdom. Each region has its own special characteristics and individual features and there are thousands of sites and attractions to visit within each region. Click on any of the links below to take you through to more detailed information about each region which is briefly described below. Hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses and Inns are available in each of the below regions and you can search by region, town and even grid reference.
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Cumbria is one of the most beautiful regions in Britain and an extremely popular area for walkers and climbers, as well as people looking for somewhere peaceful and tranquil to spend a few quiet days. The hills and mountains provide a glorious backdrop to the area and contrast with the many hundreds of Lakes that give the area its Lake District title. The Lake District is split into various regions, each with their own stunning lakes, valleys and individual towns and villages.
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The East of England offers a wealth of experiences with so many things to see and do. Stately homes contrast with gothic cathedrals, quaint thatched cottage villages stand alongside cities of great cultural importance and magnitude, and beautiful open Fens spread across the land into traditional seaside resorts. Covering the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk and each county is steeped in its own individual culture and heritage.
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The heart of England comprises the areas of Birmingham, Black Country, Cheltenham, Derbyshire, Gloustershire, Herefordshire, Leistershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Rutland, Shropshire, South Nothants, Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. The region has seen over 2000 years of civilisation and has a varied and beautiful landscape that includes the rolling Cotswold hills, the rugged beauty of the Derbyshire Peak District and Lincolns magnificent hill top cathedral. The history of the heart of England has been captured in the wealth of architecture from castles, to Stately Homes and museums and even the picturesque cottages overlooking the village green.
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London is one of the largest cities in Europe and it boasts a large number of tourist attractions. Probably the most famous of these is the Queens residence, Buckingham Palace. At Buckingham Palace,tours can be taken to view the official London residence of the Queen and you can visit the magnificent State Rooms, where over the centuries, the wealthy and the powerful have walked. Buckingham Palace, tours run during the summer months daily. Buckingham Palace is a magnificent building, but London has many other Palaces which can be visited, including Hampton Court Palace.
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The North West of England is rich in culture and diversity. There are many towns, cities and counties to visit, each with their own special features and attractions and each with their own individual and character accommodation. The North West is made up of the counties of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside which each have their own special attributes, including vibrant cities, breathtaking countryside, fabulous seaside resorts and wonderful unique events all year round. Blackpool, Lancaster, Liverpool, Manchester, Preston and Chester are only some of the magical cities on offer in the North West area.
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The Northumbria region covers a vast area from County Durham to the Scottish Borders and is enveloped in history, culture and some of the most beautiful nature in the country. Islands such as Lindisfarne contrast with the landscape of the Cheviot hills, whilst historical sites such as Hadrian's Wall showing the region's Roman past sit snugly alongside Hartlepool's Historic Quay which shows the region's maritime history. Roman and Christian heritage are in abundance whilst National Park areas, beautiful beaches, market towns and more castles than any other region in England make Northumbria an ideal location for a short break or longer holiday.
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Scotland has a variety in its peoples, customs and geography that is unrivalled by any other state of its size worldwide. Scotland owes this to it mountain network and harsh climate that have traditionally and continue today to slow travel and communication. As soon as you cross the Scottish border you will know; the accent changes almost immediately and different names for every day items are often used. Instantly you start to feel Scotland's personality. The hazy blue hills, the forest and wild moors of upland Galloway and the vivid green of Ayrshire's pastures all tell you that you have arrived.
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Southern England has so much to offer in the way of things to do and places to visit. From beautiful countryside and breathtaking coastline to royal palaces and stately homes, there's something to suite every person. With impressive towns and cities, including Bournemouth, Gosport, Oxford, Portsmouth, Salisbury, Southampton, Winchester and Windsor, the area is worth a few days. Attractions include Avebury Stone Circle, the largest megalithic stone circle in Europe, King Arthur's Round Table, situated in the Great Hall in Winchester, and royal castles and palaces such as Windsor Castle, the official residence of HM The Queen and the Great Hall in Winchester where a pair of ornate iron gates stand to commemorate the marriage of Charles and Diana, Prince and the late Princess of Wales.
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In the South East of England you will experience some of the most beautiful countryside in the world. Whatever your preference you'll find something to do, whether its walking in the tranquil countryside to playing with buckets and spades on the beach, the South East really does have all your options covered. Covering the counties of Kent, Surrey, East Sussex and West Sussex there are so many sites to see, including fairytale castles, medieval villages, beautiful gardens and miles and miles of stunning coastal scenery. Hotels breaks in devon cornwall dorset somerset and surrey will provide a good base for touring the area. There are also many top restaurants in the south east of england.
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The south west of England contains the beautiful counties of Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, Somerset and Wiltshire, Dorset and the New Forest, and Cornwall and Devon. See the picturesque scenery and open moors of Dartmoor and Exmoor or visit the many beautiful villages filled with thatched cottages and traditional buildings. Alternatively, take a historical tour of the Roman city of Bath or visit the megalithic stone circle at Stonehenge. There are so many places to stay in the area that you'll be spoilt for choice and there are often hotels breaks in devon cornwall dorset somerset & surrey that will provide an excellent base for touring the area.
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Wales, or Cymru, is renowned for its wonderful rolling hills stretching for miles, its famous male-voice choir tradition, Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales which is a popular ascent for amateur and more professional climbers, rugged sea cliffs and wide beach stretches. There are so many things to visit whilst in the country; from Norman castles to ancient standing stones, and tiny harbours to modern power plants such as the famous Denorwig. Powys and Camelot are only some of the interesting towns to visit in Wales and hotels Conway north wales will provide a good touring base for the area. The new millenium stadium Cardiff is also well worth a visit.
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The Yorkshire Dales area of the country is not only beautiful but contains a rich variety of wildlife and a distinct cultural heritage. In 1954, 1,769km of the countryside was designated National Park ground in recognition of its beauty and wildlife. There are over 20 main Yorkshire Dales, each with its own character and culture, with only 20,000 people spread throughout the small scattered farms, villages and market towns. The area has been populated for 10,000 years and remnants of the early settlements can still be seen. When farmers began to seriously farm the area, the woodland regions were cleared and fields were cultivated solely for rearing animals and farming crops.
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