If you’re staying in the UK this year, be sure to check out our guides below. From North to South, discover the best of Britain and Northern Ireland with a little help from easyHotel.
City breaks don’t always need to put you out of pocket! With some super budget accommodation and some free and cheap things to do, you’re all set for a budget break.
The Quayside is one of the liveliest spots in Newcastle Gateshead. With bars, restaurants, markets, art galleries and concert halls, there’s no shortage of things to do. This area is a must-visit part of the city; discover all that the Quayside has to offer with our handy guide.
You could easily spend the entire day (or even a whole weekend!) exploring the Northern Quarter in Manchester. With its unique character, this area is often cited as the creative heart of the city. But it’s more than just the newest hipster spot; there are countless things to see and do here, whether you’re into vintage fashion or fine dining.
The UK is home to some of the world’s most popular comedy festivals and clubs, with amazing stand-up available to watch all over the country. Read on to find out more.
Liverpool is the perfect destination for a weekend city break. Renowned for its musical heritage and great culture, there’s plenty to see and do here. In fact, you might want to visit more than a few times to really make the most of it!
This vibrant city in West Yorkshire is the 3rd largest city in the UK and considered one of the gems of the north. And it’s not surprising, given Leeds’s lively music scene, buzzing nightlife, lush green spaces and world-class shopping!
Located in the heart of Yorkshire, Sheffield is a historic city with plenty of charm. It’s also one of the greenest cities in the UK, with more trees per person than any other in Europe!
If you’re planning to watch a game while you’re away, our hotels can provide you with a comfortable stay that’s conveniently located close to some of the most popular football stadiums in the UK and Europe.
Escape to Suffolk for a relaxing getaway. As the oldest English town and culture capital of Suffolk, Ipswich has plenty to offer tourists thanks to its rich history and beautiful scenery.
Belfast is lively city full of friendly people and lots of craic! Though it’s got a troubled past, the city has since undergone a lot of expansion and regeneration. In fact, it was named the best place to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet, along with the Causeway Coast.
Many of us have had to swap our travels for our sofas in 2020 with little hope of a sunny break away from the norm. Luckily, spending much of our time at home can also be a great way to get planning for the future.