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Best places to visit this winterBack

CityofYorkJanuary and February can be two of the hardest months in which to enjoy the British countryside, but there are still some places offering beauty and warmth no matter what time of year you visit them.

Trusted Dealers has come up with five of the best places to visit this winter in the UK if you are keen to enjoy the sights but perhaps avoid some of the cold weather too. Take a look below.


The county of Cornwall is an extremely popular place to visit whatever the time of year. During the summer months, it offers some of the hottest coastal weather, but this also means that in winter the climate is often very mild. In fact, visit Cornwall in the winter and you’ll discover that it is the best time of year for fishing when there are far less tourists around. If you prefer to be indoors, why not take a visit to the famous Eden Project which offers plenty for all the family both indoors and out, or take a trip to the beautiful and picturesque town of St Ives for a walk around the Tate Museum.


You can never get bored in London; there is something within this vibrant city to suit practically everyone’s taste. Furthermore, there are plenty of indoor exhibitions, museums and galleries you can enjoy – in the warmth! For children, the Science Museum is an excellent choice, and you can combine this with a visit to the popular Dinosaur Exhibition at the National History Museum next door. Other attractions away from the cold include the Tower of London, shopping on Oxford Street or taking a visit to the famous Madame Tussauds.


If you would like to enjoy a picturesque quaint city which houses its very own collection of ancient spas, Bath is the ideal place to visit. The spas can be visited at any time of the year and are guaranteed to warm you up whatever the weather. Also within Bath are plenty of shopping opportunities or you can sample some of the city’s many award winning restaurants such as the Olive Tree Restaurant and Queensbury Hotel or the Dower House Restaurant, both situated in central Bath.


Okay, so the weather up North is guaranteed to be cooler, but there are plenty of picturesque cities and towns which offer plenty to do both indoors and out. A visit to the city of York will prove the perfect destination for all the family offering museums, markets and speciality sites such as the Jorvik Viking Centre, making it into a great day out for adults and children alike. York is situated within the spectacular Yorkshire Dales which stand proud and beautiful even in their snow capped attire, providing you with the perfect opportunity to stretch your legs after all those Yorkshire Puddings!


Taking a train journey up into the Scottish Highlands is one of the perfect ways to enjoy the beautiful scenery that Scotland has to offer, and will keep you nice and warm too! Start your route in Edinburgh and you’ll be able to sample the delights of this vibrant city at the same time. Take a slow and relaxing train ride offers an endless slide show of lochs, fields and hillsides which show off some of Scotland’s most picturesque viewpoints. On your return home you can choose to shop at one of Edinburgh’s many department stores and markets, or for a bit of history, why not visit Edinburgh’s famous castle.

Posted by Leana Kell on 08/01/2014