Travel: Where to stay during the August bank holiday.


Travel: Where to stay during the August bank holiday.

AUGUST is well started, and for Britons planning a staycation, finding last-minute lodging may appear to be a hard challenge. However, there are still options available. This August bank holiday, where can you go and where can you stay?

The clock is ticking for Britons who have yet to book a staycation for August.

With the bank holiday weekend approaching and many people eager to get away from their routines and have a break, hotels all over the country are quickly filling up.

On Tripadvisor, several places of the country are trending, and it may come as a surprise that Cornwall is not among them.

Britons, on the other hand, appear to be interested in visiting Nottingham, Cambridge, and Birmingham.

If the statistics is to be believed, a city staycation was the most popular trend in August, with Cardiff, Sheffield, Glasgow, and Manchester receiving a lot of web traffic.

The good news for Brits looking for a city break is that big cities have more lodging options than a village in the Cotswolds, and city staycations are still possible.

Mamma’s Inn Boutique Guest House still has some room for vacationers who want to visit Nottingham’s Adrenalin Jungle.

With a stay at Rectory Farm in Cambridge, a frightening ghost tour could still be on the cards.

Tourists who stay at Hotel du Vin & Bistro may be able to attend The Bear Grylls Adventure.

A Scavenger Hunt at Cardiff’s Sleeperz Hotel may be the ideal August bank holiday entertainment.

Eastbourne’s Imperial Hotel is still a good option for a seaside vacation, and a walk to the Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters is a must-do.

With a stay at Cairn Hotel, you can go on a gastronomic tour of Newcastle-upon-Tyne with A Taste of Newcastle.

The Taste of Kelham Island Tour and a stay at Jurys Inn are both available to foodies visiting Sheffield.

On a walking tour of Glasgow, you can witness street art. Apex City of Glasgow Hotel still has some rooms available if you want to remain in the city.

A stay at Manchester’s Qbic Hotel is still an option, and foodies will enjoy a Cheese Crawl.

A couple of nights at Travelodge Great Yarmouth should provide the perfect opportunity to visit Pleasure Beach for anyone searching for a staycation by the sea.

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