A coastal town where Brits can still spend their holidays at a bargain price
The EXPERTS have named a UK coastal city where vacationers can get a great deal this summer.
With many Britons planning a holiday in the UK this year, knowing where to stay to keep costs down will be more important than ever.
According to an AirDNA study by Online.Casinoholiday homes during the Easter holidays have increased by an average of 21 percent over the past 12 months.
AirDNA, an analyst for short-term rentals, said rental prices rose from £112 to £136 overnight.
This means that in some cities Britons can pay upwards of £800 for a week’s holiday.
But the British can still strike a deal in the coastal city of Southampton, which has seen the lowest price increases.
House prices in Southampton have risen by 12% over the past 12 months from £104 to £116.
For those vacationers who want to stay in the city, be sure to take the Titanic Trail to walk along some of the city’s monuments to the disaster.
It’s no surprise that for such a seismic disaster, the Titanic plays a big role in the city’s fabric.
Not to be missed Maritime City Museumtelling the stories of people who traveled on the ship as guests or employees.
Millions of pounds have been invested in Southampton’s rich maritime history, meaning there’s more than enough museum culture to fill a weekend.
House of God Towera medieval building by the sea walls, has some incredible multimedia exhibitions that bring to life the history of previous generations, including those who were imprisoned in the tower.
In addition to historical sites, there are several beaches nearby.
Weston Shore is the nearest beach, located just three miles from the city center.
Even further away is Calshot Beach, from where on a clear day vacationers can see the Isle of Wight.
Those who visit should also check mom’s housea Mauritian restaurant owned by 2012 MasterChef winner Sheline Permallou.
Shelina offers Mauritian street food, including pineapple and chili baked halloumi, samosas, Mauritian bajji potatoes, and Creole coconut curry.
Wash it down with locally produced ale in one of the city’s great pubs.
For those who love their watering holes with a lot of character, the Duke of Wellington, The Red Lion, the Dancing Man Brewery and the quirky Hobbit Pub are worth a visit.
Meanwhile, the port city of Plymouth saw the biggest increase, with prices jumping 43% from £97 to £137 overnight.
Overnight stays also jumped in Coventry and Leicester, where prices rose by 35% and 33%.
There are many other lesser known seaside towns where British holidaymakers can find a bargain this summer.