Spring holidays

Springtime in England brings with it the glorious sight of English gardens and country parks coming alive with beautiful blossoms underneath clear blue skies, and maybe the odd shower… Come rain or shine, there are always things to do in spring; enjoy a romantic escape to an idyllic haven secluded by blossoming trees, take in the iconic scenery of East Sussex’s famous Beachy Head as you paraglide along the coastline or rummage for antique treasures on a city break in Bath.

Things to do in spring

A couple in a hammock in the forest

Romantic breaks

Picnic amongst blooming blossoms or watch the sun set from a rooftop pool on a romantic spring getaway.

Two women being served champagne in a restaurant

City breaks

Enjoy cycle tours along historic quaysides and wet your whistle in an underground cocktail bar on a city break.

A plate of food

Foodie breaks

Tuck into hearty pub grub in the countryside or sip fine English wines in the springtime sun on a foodie break.

Two women having lunch in a spa garden

Lifestyle breaks

Say hello to a brand new you this spring, whether it’s pampering your body from head to toe, or learning how to cook up a storm.

Theatre production

Cultural breaks

Indulge your inner culture vulture with a theatre trip in the city, or marvel at priceless art in the heart of the countryside.

Coastal breaks

Take a lungful of fresh sea air as you hunt for fossils on the beach and sample fresh oysters on a coastal break.

A cyclist stood next to Rayleigh Street sign

Budget breaks

Explore England’s picturesque landscapes and buzzing city attractions without having to break the bank.

Stonehenge

Heritage breaks

See history come alive as you explore historic England, from Neolithic mounds and Roman ruins to uncovering myths and legends.

A mother holding her son

Family breaks

Escape with the family on a fun packed spring break, from thrilling forest adventures to cuddling a calf on a laid-back farm stay.

A woman holding up three sandwiches

Events in spring

Indulge in England’s springtime festivals designed to float every boat, from sampling seasonal produce at a food festival to boogieing the day away at a jazz concert.

A man cycling in the countryside

Rural escapes

Be at one with nature on rural break away from the hustle and bustle, from exploring wild landscapes by bike to traditional afternoon tea in a thatched cottage.

Two paragliders above the East Sussex coast

Activity holidays

Burn off the winter stodge with an adrenaline-fuelled activity break in England’s great outdoors, from mountain biking along rugged cliffs to paddle boarding in Bristol’s harbour.

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