A Great British Summer Holiday

For many of us, this summer is certainly one to look forward to. Whether that be catching up with friends and family who you haven’t seen for over a year, travelling outside of your local area (at last!) or enjoying the warmer weather on a British staycation. It’s safe to say we’ll all be out and about a lot more over the coming months, so remember to prepare your car for summer by scheduling a service and air conditioning regas.

With international travel seeming increasingly tricky to plan, everyone’s looking for the next big staycation spot and the most exciting road trips, to keep themselves busy this summer. Whether you’re looking for a getaway on a budget, for city explorers, for nature lovers or by the seaside, we’ve got you covered with our 2021 Top UK Staycations and Road trips.

Our Top UK Staycations and Road trips in 2021

By the seaside…


On the most southwestern tip of England, Cornwall provides a rugged coastline, wild moorland, hundreds of sandy beaches, with the Cornish Riviera culminating at the infamous landmark, Land’s End.

There are plenty of towns and villages to drop by, with all sorts of attractions and stunning features. Newquay, St Ives, Padstow, Falmouth, Penzance, Truro … the list goes on and on.

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St Ives, Cornwall


Located on the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast, Dorset offers seemingly endless coastline and countryside as well as iconic landmarks such as Durdle Door, a 140 million year old limestone arch.

Dorset is also less affected by the Atlantic winds than Devon or Cornwall, so tends to enjoy warmer weather with average temperatures of 20-25 degrees in the summer months, making it a great choice for your 2021 staycation destination.

For city explorers…


Edinburgh is easily one of the best cities in the UK, it’s a stunning destination that showcases the best of both old and new. The medieval Old Town will win you over with its narrow, winding streets, quaint Scottish pubs, and beautiful old architecture.

There’s no doubt that Edinburgh is a historically and culturally rich city, however it also boasts a bustling New Town where you’ll find a lively atmosphere, plenty of bars and restaurants, great shops and museums and beautiful Georgian townhouses.

Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh


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