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What is the best place to stay in UK for a short vacation in mid November? (14 d

  1. anuws profile image60
    anuwsposted 5 years ago

    What is the best place to stay in UK for a short vacation in mid November? (14 days)

  2. Imogen French profile image84
    Imogen Frenchposted 5 years ago

    The weather can be bad in November, so go somewhere there is plenty to do whatever the weather. London, of course, has plenty of museums, galleries, shopping etc., but if you prefer somewhere more rural then the south-west is usually warmer than the rest of the country - Devon and Cornwall are both lovely smile

    1. anuws profile image60
      anuwsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you so much, will definetly consider smile

  3. Jon Green profile image90
    Jon Greenposted 5 years ago

    You could make it a road trip and see Scotland and most of the UK in that time. York, Bath, London are all worth seeing.

    1. anuws profile image60
      anuwsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for the advise smile

  4. samnashy profile image79
    samnashyposted 5 years ago

    It depends whether or not you like cities or the country. The UK is pretty small but the roads can get quite congested at times. 
    The Cotswolds are very beautiful as is Oxford which is close by and steeped in history.  Winchester is another lovely old city and will lead you own to the South coast if you like.
    The lake district is beautiful too.
    So much to choose from.  The good thing about the country being small is if you don't like an area you cam move on pretty quickly to somewhere you prefer.

    1. anuws profile image60
      anuwsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Many thanks for your advise. smile

  5. abbyw1989 profile image61
    abbyw1989posted 5 years ago

    I suggest staying in my home county of Cambridgeshire, it would be a perfect base for some exploring! Cambridge itself has a multitude of wonderful (free!) museums that are worth a look... might come in handy if the weather's bad. It also has fantastic shopping and a lovely laid back student atmosphere. The historical buildings are beautiful. I did a bike tour round Cambridge once, you rent a bike, get given a map and off you go, was lovely! Just dress up warm ;-) Cambridgeshire also has good access to London if you wanted to go for a weekend/day trip - Trains leave at least once an hour and it's easy to get around London on the underground. Whatever you decide to do, enjoy! The UK can be a lovely place smile

 
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