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Cities, Countryside, Coast, with a Dash of Royalty - It’s England

“I love England, the people, the parks, the theatre.” - Woody Harrelson

England’s 50,000 square miles of space makes it the UK’s largest territory but, yet, it remains one that is easy to explore and there really is something for everyone here. Discover bustling cities or take time out to enjoy the country's green spaces and quaint seaside towns.

Cracking Cities

English cities feature an intriguing blend of historic remains, traditional hotels, and modern architectural wonders. A trip to the capital offers iconic attractions such as the Natural History Museum, TATE Modern, and the Tower of London. Savvy travellers will enter the Open House London ballot for a chance to see inside the Gherkin and 10 Downing Street. Less than two hours west lies Bristol, where a Banksy Street Art Tour is a must, and Bath, where you can enjoy a soak in the rooftop Thermae Spa. In the North West, the waterfront city of Liverpool offers visitors everything from top flight football to the musical pedigree of The Beatles, and in nearby Chester, ancient roman walls and the iconic Chester Rows beg to be explored. Head north to Durham where you will find one of England’s 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Durham Castle and Cathedral, the latter providing indoor and outdoor film sets for the first two Harry Potter films.

Glorious Green Spaces

England is renowned for its green spaces and outdoorsy types should visit at least one of the country’s national parks. Since they cover almost ten percent of the landscape, they’re not too difficult to reach. Popular parks include the Yorkshire Dales, where the country’s highest waterfall, Cautley Spout, can be found on the outskirts of the hamlet of Hardraw, and Dartmoor National Park, where the sight of wild ponies grazing is enough to give anyone a warm and fuzzy feeling. If vast open spaces aren’t your thing but you’d still like to get back to nature, you can take things down a notch and mingle with the arty crowd on London’s Hampstead Heath or step back into a distinctly Victorian past by visiting Brodsworth Hall and Gardens in South Yorkshire. Younger guests will enjoy the magnificent Trentham Estate on the southern fringe of Stoke-on-Trent where stunning gardens are complemented by an adventure playground, a whimsical fairy trail, and the fabulous Monkey Forest.

Coastal Adventures

With almost 6,000 miles of coastline to explore, it will be of little wonder that some of the country’s best experiences are to be had beside the seaside. Stick with tradition and kick off your exploration of England’s coastal towns and cities with a trip to Clacton-on-Sea. This iconic east coast destination has been drawing crowds to its pier since the late 1800s. The south of England invites you to explore the maritime history of Portsmouth, the fun and frivolity of Brighton, and the colourful timber beach huts of Hove. In the South West lies Cornwall where you can combine seaside favourites such as fish and chips and ice cream with surfing lessons at Fistral Beach and trips to the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, and Minack Theatre. Hotels in Cornwall don’t necessarily come cheap but you can keep a tighter rein on your budget by opting for a stay in a traditional surf lodge or B&B.

The Royal Seal of Approval

No trip to England would be complete without a spot of royal watching. Gaining an audience with the Queen will prove difficult but visiting royal landmarks is much easier to tick off your bucket list. Buckingham Palace in the capital is an obvious destination and one where you can see the sumptuous spectacle that is the Changing of the Guard. Just a ten-minute walk from the palace lies the Goring Hotel, a royal favourite and a spot where the Queen Mother frequently enjoyed dining. From April to October, Norfolk’s Sandringham Estate opens its doors on most days while, in June, The Royal Ascot event attracts not only the finest horses but also the Queen (who is yet to miss a meeting during her reign). Of course, Queen Elizabeth II is not the only Royal to discover. Peek into 900 years of history at Kenilworth Castle or head to nearby Leicester where the remains of Richard III were discovered in 2012.

Even More to Enjoy

Dotted between England’s cities, countryside, and coast are one-off experiences you won’t want to miss. Discover architectural oddities such as the Crooked House in Canterbury, the Williamson Tunnels in Liverpool, and the Witley Wonder Underground Ballroom in Surrey. See last-standing attractions such as the Cutty Sark in Maritime Greenwich, the world’s last surviving tea clipper ship, or enjoy a pint in Olde Trip to Jerusalem, an ancient ale house in Nottingham. Get your groove on at famous festivals such as Glastonbury, the BBC Proms, and the Notting Hill Carnival, treat your taste buds to culinary delights such as traditional afternoon tea at The Ritz, or explore literary England by visiting Broadstairs, the house in Kent where Charles Dickens penned David Copperfield. And don’t forget to take home a few souvenirs. London is an obvious choice for Union Jack-themed gifts but Manchester and Bristol are equally acceptable destinations for retail junkies.

England: The kind of place to enjoy life at your own pace.

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    Hotel Premier Inn Manchester City Centre (Deansgate Locks) hotel Manchester

    Ideally situated, Premier Inn Hotel Manchester City Centre (Deansgate Locks) stands among the many cultural, historical and business sites throughout bustling Manchester. Whether your visit entails meetings or sightseeing, this hotel will surely meet your needs. Rooms vary in size and amenity, all including cosy beds and spacious, clean units. (Please be aware that this hotel may be noisy due to its location.) Hotel features at Hotel Manchester City Centre (Deansgate Locks) consist of twenty-four hour Wi-Fi, nearby parking for a fee and five stunning meeting rooms which can serve up to fifty guests. Dine or enjoy a drink at the hotel's full menu restaurant. Full and Continental breakfast is offered daily for a fee. Area highlights you won't want to miss include the Manchester Art Gallery, Palace Theatre, Manchester United Football Club or Royal Opera House, either within walking or at a short drive's distance. more

    Hotel Premier Inn Manchester Central hotel Manchester

    Premier Travel Inn Manchester City Centre GMEX is as its name suggests located very close to the GMEX arena in the city centre. The hotel is conveniently located for visitors to the city centre as it is within close proximity to most of the main attractions. Piccadilly railway station is just 700 metres away and St Peter’s tram stop is directly opposite the main entrance of the hotel. All of the rooms are air conditioned and have tea and coffee making facilities, modem points, a writing desk, a radio, satellite TV and en suite bathrooms. Some of the rooms have been adapted for disabled guests. Facilities include a coffee shop, restaurant, fitness centre/gym with solarium and conference/meeting rooms. A wireless internet connectivity is available in many parts of the hotel including the lobby and the conference rooms. The Premier Travel Inn Manchester City Centre GMEX does not have its own car park but discounted rates are available for its guests at a nearby multi-storey car park. more

    Hotel Britannia Manchester City Centre Manchester

    Located in the heart of Manchester, Britannia Manchester City Centre is set in a remarkable Grade ll listed building with an ornate staircase and grand chandelier. This classic, pet-friendly hotel offers four bars, two dining venues, and a business centre. The traditionally decorated rooms are all equipped with tea/coffee-making facilities, satellite TVs, and en-suite bathrooms with hairdryers. Selected rooms boast romantic four-poster beds and sitting areas. Britannia Manchester City Centre has nine conference rooms and a 24-hour reception with free luggage storage service. Public parking is possible nearby, wherein discounted rates apply for hotel guests. Wi-Fi access is complimentary. Jenny’s Restaurant, the in-house all-day dining spot, serves a wide range of international cuisines. Guests may also enjoy Italian specialities at the hotel’s pizzeria or sample some alcoholic beverages at the bars. Room service is available. Manchester Art Gallery and the bustling Chinatown area are just within a five-minute walk from the hotel. Palace Theatre is a nine-minute walk away. more

    Hotel Premier Inn Manchester City (Piccadilly) hotel Manchester

    The Premier Inn Manchester Piccadilly is located close to the centre of town near to the bars and restaurants of Canal Street. Attractions close to the hotel include The Arndale Shopping Centre as well as The Manchester Arena and The Etihad Stadium. Manchester Airport is 11 miles away and transport options located within 200 metres of the hotel include the city’s main railway station Piccadilly and a Metrolink station. All the guest rooms at the hotel are non-smoking, en-suite and air conditioned with in room amenities including flat screen televisions with a choice of cable channels and pay per view movies. Family rooms and disabled access rooms are available at the hotel. Facilities at the hotel include a 24 hour front desk, meeting and banqueting facilities, ironing facilities and luggage storage. Onsite the hotel has a bar serving a variety of beverages and snacks as well as the Thyme restaurant which serves an all you can eat buffet breakfast as well as lunch and evening meals from an international menu. more

    Hotel Premier Inn Manchester City Centre (Portland Street) hotel Manchester

    Premier Inn Manchester City Centre (Portland Street) is nestled in central Manchester. This hotel prides itself in a stylish restaurant and free Wi-Fi. Colourful, all of the232 non-smoking bedrooms feature Hypnos beds, soundproofing, and flat-screen TVs. These rooms also boast private bathrooms with complimentary toiletries. Premier Inn Manchester City Centre (Portland Street) is complete with disabled facilities. Other amenities include 24-hour reception and fitness centre. A club for the kids is available. A buffet breakfast is served daily. Slice restaurant serves international culinary. Guests can enjoy a variety of beverages and light snacks in the on-site bar and pub. Either, guests can dine in a string of bars and clubs nearby. Library Theatre is 150 metres away. The Palace Theatre is 200 metres away. Bridgewater Hall is 250 metres away. more

    Hotel Parkview Residence Manchester

    Conveniently located within walking distance from Manchester Arena and Manchester Jewish Museum, Parkview Residence offers modern accommodations with easy access to the Opera House.  The Manchester Airport is just a short drive away. All rooms are soundproofed and come with a coffee maker, desk, and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Free high-speed wired Internet access is provided in each guestroom. All bathrooms are private and include complimentary toiletries, while hairdryers and iron/ironing boards are available upon request. Parkview Residence features a front desk and luggage storage. Complimentary Wi-Fi is provided in public areas. Room service is available during limited hours. Several restaurants and bars that serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner are easily reachable, and there is a grocery store in the neighbourhood. Nearby attractions include Manchester Cathedral, Arndale Centre, Affleck's Palace, Piccadilly Railway Station, City of Manchester 'Etihad' Stadium, Whitworth Art Gallery, National Football Museum, and Manchester Victoria Station. more