As Airbnb reveal the Top 10 most wish-listed properties of all time and we wonder when we're next gonna hop off a plane
at LAX with our dreams and a cardigan, Secret Escapes have chucked us a list of the 9 most popular holiday destinations in the UK.
So get your stay-cation plans and rail cards at the ready, and pop a long weekend away in your diaries to one of these popular places:
Unsurprisingly, England's capital city tops the list as the most popular stay-cation destination the UK. As well as being the home of Sugarscape HQ, it offers the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and a mahoosive Topshop on Oxford Street - what more could you need really?
Hitting up number two is Scotland's capital city - known for it's medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town, as well as shed loads of cute views of the hills and great cafe culture. Basically, go for a cold walk and then make your way around all the hot chocolate shops, yeah?
Keswick is an English market town in The Late District, so it's the perfect place for taking in beaut views and going for wintery walks. The village dates back to Tudor times, and has some well Instagrammable features, which is always a plus.
If you do one thing in Harrogate: Go to Betty's Tea Room. Carl Smith off of Sugarscape HQ and 41st Hottest Lad of 2015 says it does the BEST cake and is great for profile picture opportunities.
The home of Oxford University, this city unsurprisingly revolves around uni culture - but that's definitely not a bad thing. The medieval centre is INCREDIBLE, the Covered Market is worth a visit and when all else fails, you can grab a punt and go along the river.
So Windemere is home to the largest natural lake in England, but fun facts aside, it's a cosy and cute little place for a weekend break away from your usual life. Hit up Jackson's bistro and grab an adorable rowing boat across the river if you're feeling faaancy.
Grab a bit of culture at Chester cathedral before stopping off at Brown's for a delish lunch and hitting up the gorge town centre for some shopping. Hire pedal boats on the River Dee and admire the Roman amphitheatre just outside the old city's walls.
OK so Windsor is absolutely LOVELY, and it's hardly surprising old Queenie spends a lot of time there. Admire the castle from afar, stop off for a high afternoon tea or even take part in a public tour to find out about the history behind the place.
Situated in the country of Durham, Newton Aycliffe is famous for being one of the oldest new towns in the north of England. It's got a great town centre and is just a pop away from loads of super cute day trip ideas.
So there you go, you lot. Where takes your fancy? Where might you take your next stay-cation? Let us know your thoughts over on our twitter or in the comment box below,y'all.
Information based on Secret Escapes bookings from 2015.
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