You might think I’m a little hasty writing this list of the UK’s best springtime breaks. It’s still only February after all – a month commonly considered the ugly sister of the calendar year. In fact, this time last year, the country was shivering under a blanket of snow and ice – the Beast From The East roaring through our cities. Yet, and a year on, things are a little different. Daffodils are already here; their little yellow faces turned upwards towards the sun. The air smells like freshly cut grass and white airplane trails fill the sky. February has had a make over. With the usual grey, damp air feeling almost springlike, I’ve found myself dreaming of warmer months: planning UK spring breaks filled with snowdrops and bluebells; magnolia blossom and light evenings. Below is the result of this dreaming: a list of five places that (I believe) look their most beautiful when bathed in that sparkling springtime light. From fresh coastal walks, to breaks in Somerset’s rolling hills, I hope this list will inspire you to make the most of the UK as winter fades and the springtime blossom arrives. 5 Of The UK’s Best Springtime Breaks 1. […]
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