The United Kingdom is on lots of people’s ‘where to visit’ lists.
Historic cities, picturesque villages, majestic country houses and years of heritage and culture make the island Kingdom a very diverse place to visit. From discovering Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon to hiking through the Scottish Highlands, the UK has it all.
With 2020 marking 120 yrs of The National Trust, it’s the perfect time to explore the United Kingdom’s countryside cottages and stately homes.
In royal Berkshire, stay at the iconic Cliveden House. Built in Y 1666 by the Duke of Buckingham, this historic Grade I-listed building is set amongst 376 acres of verdant National Trust Grounds.
In Scotland, head to National Trust protected Dunkeld village, whose brightly colored houses were originally built in the early 1700’s and recently restored to provide homes for local people.
When you get their take the opportunity to visit Windsor, home of Windsor Castle, one of the Queen’s official royal residences where she often spends her weekends, as well as a chance to enjoy an afternoon tea etiquette experience, it is 1 of the most iconic British traditions.
The UK is great year-round destination.
Enjoy your travels
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