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See the Sights without Flights

MoneySupermarket com and VisitEngland present: See The Sights Without Flights You don't have to spend a fortune to entertain the children over the holidays. England has a plethora of spectacular scenery, historic sights, galleries and woodlands, and above all. family activities that won't break the bank. With our list of 10 great low-cost places to visit on English soil, you won't need any flights in order to see some fantastic sights! Comfort Hotel Reading West Reasonable prices for the area and only 1.7 miles from the Trust. UK Wolf Conservation Trust, Berkshire Swiss Farm International A Excellent facilities in a beautiful location. The Swan Hotel A little further away than other eateries, but worth it for the lower priced menu. If you're fascinated by the myths surrounding wolves and would like to know more about these incredible creatures, the Trust is a great place to visit. La Baguetterie Enjoy a cup of tea and if you're hungry, they have a wonderful range of fresh foods. TIP Check what you have at home before buying any new camping gear. Tents, pots, tools and backpacks are often found lying around the attic. Avoid the temptation to buy new items that you don't need. Travelodge York Central Hotel 2.0 mile drive to the National Rail Museum or a 20 minute walk Royal Armouries, Leeds Wagtail Park Here on this beautiful site, just 10 minutes from the centre of York, you can relax or do some fishing and still be close enough to visit the popular sights of York. Gourmet Burger Kitchen Using fresh ingredients and innovative combinations, the Gourmet Burger Kitchen is a sure winner with kids and grown-ups alike for affordable dining. The Leeds museum offers free entry and features over 8,500 objects on display in five different galleries: War; Tournament; Oriental; Self Defence and Hunting. Earl Grey Tea Rooms Stunning tea rooms in the heart of one of York's main attractions, the Shambles. You can take a well-deserved rest and enjoy quintessential English cream teas. Travelodge Leeds Central Hotel 0.5 miles from the Royal Armouries, book early to ensure availability! National Railway Museum, York Haighfield Caravan Park Described as 'A gem of a holiday park set in beautiful countryside' with caravans and a camping area. The Adelphi Hotel If you want to avoid the pizza places & fast food joints and go for something a little more British, then this is a place for great British pub food. The largest railway museum in the world and home to over a million objects and 300 years of history. Let off some steam in the play area or watch engineering in the workshop! Free entry! Graze Leeds Great locally sourced food, delicious homemade cakes, fairtrade coffees or a nice cup of tea! TIP Instead of stopping at service stations to stock up on petrol and food, get as much as possible in towns and cities as motorway service stations usually charge a lot more. Premier Inn Hotel Only 3.5 miles from the museum. Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford Diamond Farm Caravan & Camping Park A small family friendly camping and caravan park only 5 miles north of Oxford. The White Horse Located right in the heart of the city and famous for its fish and chips! This historic bar is also famous for starring in Inspector Morse in the 1980s. The Pitt Rivers Museum is located within the University of Oxford and is the home of the University's collection of anthropology and world archaeology. Admission is free! Greens Café Greens Café has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with a great choice of teas and coffees - all within a short distance of the museum. TIP Plan ahead. Make a list of the camping equipment that you need and avoid buying during peak season if possible, when prices will be higher. Premier Inn, Ipswich South Only 1.9 miles from Jimmy's Farm with great deals on its 'saver option. Tamworth Castle, Staffordshire Orwell Meadows/Priory Lane A Set on 18 acres, close to Ipswich and great for families. The Punch & Judy Great value food daily, includes a 2 main meals for £10 deal. Also offers a children's play area within the pub. Suffolk Food Hall Step back in time by visiting this grand medieval castle. There is plenty to see and take part in with the family. A great place to visit! Also offers a play area, ice cream hut and farm! Tamworth Central Premier Inn Only 1 mile to the town centre and 1.1 miles to Tamworth Jimmy's Farm, Suffolk Castle. Marston Caravan & Camping Park A secure campsite set within 10 acres picturesque scenery. The Globe Inn A reasonably priced and recently refurbished inn, carefully restored to its original appearance. With a variety of different events on offer, there should be something for everyone at Jimmy's Farm. Courtyard Coffee Shop Set in the magnificent Middleton Hall, the craft centre has its own parking and is also an idyllic visitor attraction. TIP Do some research into the places you plan to visit and work out where you will be staying so that you can book in advance to get the best rates. Travelodge Hemel Hempstead Hotel Roald Dahl Museum, Buckinghamshire Although the hotel is 14 miles from the museum, the cheaper priced hotel is worth travelling further for. Home Farm An established camping and caravan site for over 20 years, with fabulous views over the surrounding scenery and offering many local attractions. Deep Mill Diner A family restaurant in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Chiltern Hills. The museum is in the same village that the famous author lived and wrote for 36 years. There are a number of free activities on offer plus exciting workshops for the kids in the school holidays. Cafe Toria Nestled in the picturesque Misbourne Valley in the village of Great Missenden. Great for a coffee, a muffin or a bowl of fresh homemade soup. OVisitBritain / Olivier Roques-Rogery TIP Look out for deals and vouchers near the sights you are going to visit. You might be able to get a great deal on a hotel or even a discounted family lunch or dinner. Ambassadors Bloomsbury Located in central London, in the heart of the literary district and only 1.6 miles from the National Gallery. Alnwick Garden, Northumberland Crystal Palace Caravan Club Site Ideally placed for those wishing to explore all the attractions in London. Bedford & Strand Restaurant Possibly one of the most recommended yet reasonably priced restaurants in the area. Ornamental gardens and the world's largest wooden tree house are among the wonders of these gardens. Café in the Crypt A central London Café offering affordability and outstanding ambiance. Les Routiers Café of the Year 2012. Togston Hall Farmhouse Set on the beautiful Northumberland coastline, an ideal place to stay to explore the area. National Gallery, London Dunstan Hill Camping and Caravanning Club Site Great public reviews and close to the beautiful Northumberland coast. (10) The Art House Monday night is Burger Night so all burgers are 'buy one get one free! Great for kids, this gallery has a weekly event called 'Drawing Sunday' which is completely free and provides stationery to allow the kids to create their own masterpieces. Bari Tea Enjoy a cup of tea and tempt yourself with delicious locally made cakes. TIP Instead of paying for parking in the city centre, save on parking charges and petrol by leaving the car at the nearby hotel or camping site and walking instead! It's also great exercise. West Down Farm If you're looking for something a little more rural, West Down Farm is set in 30 acres of beautiful gardens and rolling Devonshire countryside. Go down to the Woods today... nationwide Burrowhayes Farm Situated in of the Exmoor National Park, Burrowhayes Fam has riding stables and is a paradise for walkers and children alike. beautiful Horner Valley in the heart of the heart Ralegh's Cross Inn Situated 1,300 feet up on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, this traditional inn offers quality local produce and is very popular with the locals! There are so many activities to experience in England's woodlands and parks, including cycling and hiking! We chose Exmoor National Park as an example. The Cream Tea Café Treat yourself to a traditional Devonshire cream tea with freshly made cakes and scones in this hidden gem. [TIP Try to get more friends and family to come along. You can split petrol and possibly accommodation and food costs. VisitEnglandO MoneySupermarket com "All offers were correct at time of design. Any places mentioned in this Infographic were based on public reviews and proximity and are not recommendations.

See the Sights without Flights

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Teamed up with VisitEngland to present greats sights in England to visit while on a family budget, including places to eat, sleep and have a nice afternoon tea


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