The UKs best winter destinations:

Bath in winter

The winter is famously known for being a romantic time of year: think cosy nights and tear-jerker films.  It’s the season of friends, family and kissing your love under the mistletoe.

If you’ve got the gooey feeling and fancy making memories that will last forever – why not book a staycation at one of the UK’s best winter destinations?

York

During the festive period York’s Christmas market and Victorian streets make you feel like you’ve been transported back in time. You can enjoy mulled wine and beer inside some of the UKs oldest pubs with roaring fires and an equally warm atmosphere.

 


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Bath

A city of culture with a chilled vibe, Bath is perfect for catching a show or enjoying the wintery views from Bath’s Skyline. One of the real treats is warming yourself up after a day of exploring in the traditional Roman Baths.

 

 

 

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Cotswolds

If you’re looking for views from a Christmas card, the Cotswolds is just that. Just like scenes from ‘The Holiday’ you can expect quaint cottages, pubs with log-burners and miles and miles of countryside.

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Kendal

Kendal has a Snowsports club where you can ski, snowboard and tube. On the evening the town is anything but quiet, there’s a great selection of pubs and eateries where you can enjoy a Christmas spirit – or two.

 

 

 

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Lincoln

The medieval city of Lincoln has beautiful architecture and a vibrant culture. Monday to Friday you can enjoy Choral Evensong at Lincoln Cathedral. Attendance is free and in winter they perform Christmas songs.

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Inverness

The people of Inverness are renowned for their hospitality especially in December – think Hogmanay, ceilidhs and haggis. There are so many activities to choose from you can even go dogsledding in the mountains.

 

 

 

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If you’re planning a trip to any of these winter locations or simply need a train home for Christmas, make sure you get the cheapest prices on train tickets at NationalRail.com.