Some of the Preserved Towns of UK That You Must Visit in the Holidays


The true cultural heritage of any country still lives on in the smaller towns, whereas the character of the major cities around the world is becoming a bit homogenous. It is holidaying in a small town in UK that gives the true flavor of culture, cuisine, history and heritage and so on.

Travel in picturesque locations

One of the most charming destinations in the UK is Beverley, East Yorkshire and the environment is romantic and quixotic. This destination is so charming and captivating that it will make the vacationers think that they are in Jane Austen’s novel. The town is a Gothic masterpiece with top notch churches, marvelous Georgian residences, and cobbled streets. Anyone interested in getting a taste of the old world charm of the 14th century, Beverly is just the place for you. Those interested in getting a fine dining experience while their stay at Beverly must visit Pipe and Glass, a Michelin star restaurant, outside the town.


A place which has been one of the most preferred locations for filmmakers is the beautiful town of Pickering in North Yorkshire.  Vacationers have a variety of options to explore in this town, a night out at the delightful pubs, traveling in the steam locomotive trains, mountain biking in Dalby Forest, or visiting the North York Moors National Park. The best and most reliable lodging options in this town are Bramwood located in the center of Pickering or The White Swan.

Explore the beautiful and captivating towns of UK

One of the few remaining Saxon walled towns in England is Wareham, Dorset, an incredibly picturesque location. The town is ideally located on the riverside and is an excellent base for traveling and touring in the surrounding locations. It is the home to the mysterious Blue Pool known for its changing colors, and visitors should not miss cycling in the reinvigorating surrounding of the Dorset countryside.


A perfect winter holiday location is Pitlochry, Perthshire famous for its lovely rivers, theatres, train stations and revitalizing walks. Pack some warm clothes and set off to explore the mesmerizing Allean Forest, Faskally Woods, or Loch Tummel considered to be the most eminent views in Scotland. A quiet walk along the riverside offers the atmosphere of solitude and silence.

A location which deserves a place on your ‘must visit list’, is the stunning town of Aberystwyth, West Wales. The place is eminent for its coastline which is also regarded as to ‘die for’, Aber Arts Center and the amazing National Library. It is a university town, and remains busy all around the year, and the location is popular amongst mountain bikers and cyclists. The town certainly has a number of modern eating joints including Ultra Comida, seafood café Pysgoty and the pizza joint Baravin.


An idyllic Georgian market town also known as ‘the finest stone town in England’ is Stamford, Lincolnshire. This perfectly preserved town is the home to one of the most popular street markets, selling everything from household goods to eclectic furniture. UK is known for its amazing towns and bustling countryside and has remained the pride of the country. Some of the other towns which are known for its old world charm include Chepstow in Monmouthshire, Bury St Edmunds, County Durham, and Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria.

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