Types of accommodation available in Great Britain and the UK range from:

  • Hotels
  • Motels
  • Pubs & Inns
  • Guest Houses
  • Bed & Breakfast (B&B)
  • Self Catering
  • Apartments
  • Youth Hostels
  • Holiday Parks
  • Caravan & Camping

Where to Stay in the UK?

It is not just hotels that offer the most luxurious places to stay in Britain, many smaller establishments such as guest houses and self catering cottages can also offer a very high standard of accommodation here in the UK.

If you are looking for the real British experience, I would recommend looking at staying in a Bed & Breakfast or Guest House. There are literally thousands of them all over the UK, located in or near most towns and cities and in all major tourist areas.

Budget motels are ideal if are looking for a simple room. You can pre-book family rooms at a Travelodge, Days Inn or Premier Inn, which provide basic, clean accommodation and are usually situated close to motorway service areas, major roads and cities.

Another choice could be a Holiday Inn or Novotel. They are usually within close range of major roads, large towns and cities, offer better quality accommodation and often provide special weekend deals.

Budget youth hostel accommodation is also available and it's not just for students. Some hostels are set in beautiful settings, great for those looking for walking holidays and wishing to spend longer in our great country. Check the Youth Hostel Association website site for family rooms and single sex shared rooms. YHA

By Susanne B

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