Lake District Airbnb in UK’s top eight best views

AFTER nearly 18 months of lockdown restrictions, the UK is finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to travel.

Holidays and travel are back for many Brits, with self-catering accommodation including campsites and AirBnbs now available to book and stay.

When factoring in the list of vacationers’ requirements for a place to stay in the chosen destination, a 2019 survey found that ‘fantastic views’ ranked third in the top 10 factors for a memorable vacation, which clearly something high on the priority list. for many travelers.

If you are looking for inspiration, Cloudy2Clear have scoured the web to find some of their favorite Airbnbs that offer spectacular and breathtaking views, spanning all corners of the UK. Take a look at the best accommodations with the most breathtaking views and see where your post-containment stay takes you next.

Lodge on the lake in Windermere, Lake District

If you are looking for an active holiday in a rural setting, look no further than the Lake District. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to 16 lakes in total, each surrounded by rugged and spectacular mountain ranges, ideal for hiking and trekking, while opening up the region to a wide range of water activities on a number of of lakes. The largest lake in the area is Lake Windermere, which brings us to our next AirBnB on the list.

For those who love the great outdoors, but love to enjoy them in a comfortable and luxurious setting, will love this five-star lodge located on the waterfront of Lake Windermere. It offers occupants a spectacular and uninterrupted view of the lake as you enter the living rooms. Slide the floor-to-ceiling windows and walk directly onto your private terrace that stretches to the water’s edge, perfect for enjoying the fresh air and tranquility the Lake District offers.

Secluded treehouse in Elham, Kent

The small village of Elham in Kent is the kind of place you see on the front of a box of chocolate, a quintessentially old English setting that includes the usual country pub, village hall and shop from the village. This city is also home to a very unique Airbnb, where travelers can become one with nature. This is your opportunity to stay in your own private treehouse!

The Elham Hut is constructed from recycled wood to create a sustainable masterpiece. This comfortable and peaceful accommodation is nestled 20 feet between three sturdy oak trees and offers plenty of space for a couple. The treehouse offers stunning views of the beautiful northern dunes from a quiet and secluded location. If you are looking for a bit of adventure, there is a village with two pubs and a restaurant just over a mile away.

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Stunning views of the docks in St Ives, Cornwall

St Ives is a picturesque fishing port and seaside town, often described as the dazzling jewel in Cornish crown. This stunning city was voted Coast Magazine’s Best Family Vacation Destination and boasts one of TripAdvisor’s Top 10 European Beaches.

This is a beautiful apartment with the most incredible ocean views from the windows and balcony. It’s perfectly located just a minute’s walk from the town center and the beaches, so you can stroll the beautiful cobbled streets, browse the independent shops and experience the hustle and bustle of the harbor.

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Country cottage in Ingleton, North Yorkshire

The village of Ingleton is an ideal holiday destination for outdoor activities or simply to relax in the tranquil countryside. Surrounded by beautiful countryside filled with lush sites such as the famous Ingleton Waterfall Trail. Ingleton is a fantastic location for walking, rock climbing, caving, biking and caving.

Laburnum Cottage is a spacious and traditional Yorkshire cottage in a superb central location. The chalet is a one-minute walk from the village center and a stone’s throw from the beautiful Ingleton Waterfalls Walk.

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Stargazing on the Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is the largest island in the Inner Hebrides and well known for its spectacular mountain scenery and beautiful stretches of coastline. Skye offers a lot for the active traveler among us including fly fishing, water sports and plenty. of hiking trails for all types of walkers. These walks are ideal for anyone looking to take in the scenery and spot some of the local wildlife, including deer, puffins, and golden eagles.

If you are looking for a place to stay on the Isle of Skye that is as spectacular as the scenery, take a look at this timber-framed bungalow, newly built in 2020. Situated in a quaint little village of Dunan, this house is situated just above the shore and offers stunning views of neighboring Scalpay Island and the highlands of mainland Scotland. This place is ideal for those who love the comfort of their creature, but still want to be in harmony with nature.

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A 15-04 shop in Manchester city center

If you are considering a city break in the UK, Manchester should be at the top of your list of places to visit this year. Manchester has just about everything a thriving city should offer, from a fantastic shopping district, hundreds of bars and restaurants and a vast history stretching back hundreds of years. If you’re looking for a slightly quirky place to stay in Manchester, how about booking yourself and a guest on a charming little boat floating on the city’s famous waterways?

Moored in the Castlefield Locks area of ​​the city center, this beautiful houseboat has been recently refurbished and includes all the comforts you would expect from a hotel, including its own pub-themed bar! The real reason you would choose this place to rest is for the breathtaking views of the city it has to offer, where old mills and industrial structures meet glamorous 21st century glass skyscrapers.

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Lochside Hostel in Loch Ness, Scotland

Probably the most famous lake in the UK, if not the world, Loch Ness is both stunningly beautiful and shrouded in mystery. Each year visitors come to the area to take in the spectacular scenery and see if they can spot the legendary Loch Ness Monster.

Perched right by the river, Lochside Hostel offers stunning views of the water and surrounding forest. Perfect for walks, monster watching, and even a dip in the magical waters.

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Stay in the heart of the city, London

The City of London is the UK’s most popular city break destination, and it’s not hard to see why. Everything you could possibly want or need is right here at your doorstep! Whether you are visiting all the famous tourist attractions like Buckingham Palace, the Natural History Museum and the London Eye, shopping the famous streets or simply here to soak up the culture and atmosphere of the capital, you are sure to have a full itinerary for the duration.

And after a long day of exploring, why not retreat to your own private penthouse, with breathtaking views of the London skyline. Floor to ceiling windows in this top-floor apartment perfectly frame the city skyline from every angle, with views of famous landmarks like the Gherkin, the Walkie Talkie, and the Shard Buildings right in front of your eyes.

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