While travelling the world or even simply holidaying abroad may suit some, more and more holidaymakers are choosing to stay close to home and holiday within the UK. Only two per cent of the country’s land mass has been built up into residential areas, which leaves the majority of the land untouched and offering a wealth of places to explore. Whether it’s pure natural beauty or historic landmarks you’re looking for, Travel and Leisure Group can offer a wide range of options to the discerning holidaymaker, the most popular of which is the Diamond Resorts UK portfolio.
Resorts in the UK include a range of golf and country clubs if you’re looking for a getaway with a varied array of leisure amenities at your disposal. If you’re more interested in places steeped in centuries-old history and folklore, take advantage of the beauty and location offered by alternative resorts in other areas of the country.
Buying Diamond Resorts UK
Buying Diamond Resorts UK Timeshare can be an ideal solution for those looking for a luxury getaway without the hassle of air travel, or even for those looking for stunning accommodation while on business trips.
Selling Diamond Resorts UK
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Diamond Resorts in the UK
Diamond Resorts East & Southeast England (Kent & Norfolk)
The East and Southeast of England are often overlooked when it comes to holiday destinations, but both offer stunning scenery and opportunities to soak up local history and tradition. The landscapes here are relatively flat, which make them the perfect destinations for those who enjoy cycling and walking while away. Open spaces and big skies frame beautiful countryside punctuated by centuries-old market towns and villages, all with their own individual brand of charm and eccentricity.
Here you will also find the famous Norfolk Broads, landscapes that inspired the work of artist John Constable, beaches and cliffs that extend for hundreds of miles, and the country’s best bird-watching. Local culture includes a range of festivals at different times of the year across the region, major stately homes (including Highclere Castle, as featured in ITV’s popular series Downton Abbey), and an array of galleries and museums.
View information for timeshares in East and Southeast England – Broome Park Golf & Country Club, Cromer Country Club
Diamond Resorts Devon
Year after year, holidaymakers flock to the spectacular and diverse county of Devon, located in Southwest England. You will always hear talk of picturesque landscapes bordered by sandy beaches—especially because of Devon’s five areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty—but you’ll also find an electric extreme sport scene, country charm in rustic villages, and only the very best in food and drink.
Families interested in holidaying in the area should certainly look at Plymouth, which is considered to be the county’s cultural centre. Full of excitement and activities for all ages, it’s ideal for a first visit to Devon. If movie-ready landscapes are more to your liking, immerse yourself in the striking beauty of Dartmoor National Park—the inspiration for The Hound of the Baskervilles, and featured in many Hollywood blockbusters. For a Devon stay full of both historic and modern attractions, choose Exeter—over seventy per cent of its Roman wall remains intact, and is close to the Jurassic Coast.
View information for timeshares in Devon – Woodford Bridge Country Club
Diamond Resorts Northeast & Northwest England (Lancashire, Staffordshire, Cheshire & Cumbria)
Northeast and Northwest England play host to some of the most gorgeous scenery in the country. All year round, you will be able to find a location to suit your tastes and holiday desires. Take a trip to Cumbria, where you will find the world-renowned Lake District and North Pennines, along with the Eden Valley and the Furness Peninsula. Visit Lancashire, with England’s newest historic city of Lancaster, castles and stately homes, and award-winning festivals.
Journey to Staffordshire to see the area’s historic working farms, brave the haunted castles in Stafford and Tamworth and marvel at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, which houses a veritable hoard of Anglo-Saxon Gold. Or, if it’s plenty of fresh air and remarkable scenery that you’re looking for, then make your way to Cheshire’s Peak District, with plenty of exciting attractions and incredible amenities nearby.
View information for timeshares in Northeast and Northwest England – Burnside Park, Pine Lake Resort, Thurnham Hall, Wychnor Park Country Club
Diamond Resorts Midlands (Gloucestershire, Northamptonshire, Shropshire & Worcestershire)
Being mostly landlocked, one might think that the Midlands have little to offer in terms of holiday experiences. But this region, known country-wide as the Heart of England, continues to put its best foot forward and give holidaymakers a reason to return year after year. Everything is within easy reach—whether you’d like to experience the world-class culture of recently regenerated Birmingham, the beautiful limestone cottages of the Cotswolds, or even walk the same cobbled streets traversed by William Shakespeare himself.
However, for something a little bit different, why not choose to visit one of the county’s many marinas? Travelling by canal boat opens you up to a whole new perspective while peacefully drifting through the calm English waterways. From these marinas you really can be the captain of your own journey, taking in behind-the-scenes aspects of local history and treasured destinations. Stay cosy and leisurely as you go completely at your own pace.
View information for timeshares in the Midlands – Blackwater Meadow Marina, Gayton Marina, Stouts Hill, Worcester Marina
Diamond Resorts Scotland
Why should a visit to Scotland be next on your list? Wherever you find yourself, you’ll get a warm welcome from those lucky enough to be born with the famous ‘Scot Spirit’. Unique landscapes await you in this northern land, along with an appreciation of heritage and culture not often seen in the western world. Listen to tales of Kings and Queens while visiting stunning cliff-top castles. Make sure you’re fighting fit for the 240-step climb up the National Wallace Monument for some of the most breathtaking views in the world. Discover the latest scientific inventions. There really is something for everyone!
When visiting Scotland, don’t let yourself be confined to city life—travel a little further afield and almost immediately you’ll find opportunities for walking and cycling that lend themselves perfectly to chasing sunsets over the horizon and taking in an abundance of wildlife. If you’re feeling parched, make a stop at one of Scotland’s famous whisky distilleries—it’s their biggest export, and with generations of distilling experience behind them, it’s easy to see why.