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Seaside...where to go? Within UK

Narkodrom Avatar
5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
Hello,
Just looking where I could go, in about few weeks...I know, weather is kinda bad, but hopefully in july, we going to get some warm. It could be one day escape or 2 days over weekends. Any recommendations/special places you know I may visit?
If stay overnight, I've considered Brighton, due to "night life", but the prices for overnight accommodations is pretty high, starting at £100+ for a decent room per night if go on Saturday, although "night life" is not really important....
I would really appreciate any info about places you are visited which is not really overcrowded, where you can lay on a beach and enjoy sun :)
Thanks for any feedback / advice in advance
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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
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1 Like #1
Anywhere in North Devon's nice although the grockles do make it busy.

Woolacombe & Croyde get busy with surfers as well as tourists but Wolly has a 2 1/2 mile beach so you can always find a quieter spot. Good camping at both if you're up for that.
1 Like #2
As above Devon is where its at. North or south doesn't really matter but north is more accessible. Good thing about Devon is there are so many beaches you are spoiled for choice. Where are you from?
2 Likes #3
Skeg
banned 1 Like #4
The weather in south Devon is usually better as it's on the golf stream
banned#5
Can't beat Cornwall.

Falmouth or St Ives.
#6
heading to woolacombe myself in august for a week...as above im going for the surfing.
banned#7
OP, where do you live?
How will you be travelling?
How much time do you want to spend travelling?

Edited By: slamdunkin on Jun 22, 2011 09:13
#8
Cornwall
1 Like #9
If you did want brighton for it's night life, this is available for £170 for 2 nights in the middle of July, Fri & Sat.
banned 1 Like #10
Anywhere in Cornwall > Woolacombe > Weymouth > Bournmouth > Brighton
1 Like #11
Jersey.
2 Likes #12
Weymouth is a lovely beach, Umm there is a fantastic quiet beach in Torpoint, whitsand bay I think its called. Really nice and out of the way. Used to spend my summers constantly down there.

Loads of lovely beaches in south wales, Gower, Pembrey, but then thats a bit of a drive just for the nice beaches.
1 Like #13
Salcombe (south Devon).
1 Like #14
West Wittering Beach near Chichester is a lovely beach.
banned 1 Like #15
BTW, as long as you don't mind middle-of-nowhere beachs with no shops etc, my personal Cornwall faves are Gwithian (East of St Ives, other side of the bay), or Polzeath (East of Padstowe, again other side of the bay, although from memory there is a few shops here)
banned#16
For what it costs to holiday in the UK, even for a weekend, then I'd get yourself on a plane to somewhere where the sun is more predictable.

You just know that planning a short break expecting to lay on the beach in the sun is unlikely to happen. Can you afford the disappointment?
banned#17
Wilmavein
For what it costs to holiday in the UK, even for a weekend, then I'd get yourself on a plane to somewhere where the sun is more predictable.

You just know that planning a short break expecting to lay on the beach in the sun is unlikely to happen. Can you afford the disappointment?


I can't afford the disappointment of going abroad and wishing I was here either. Thankfully your 'type' naffing off to some terrible chav resort, means its quieter for those staying in this country*.

*Excludes Blackpool.
banned#18
vibeone
Wilmavein
For what it costs to holiday in the UK, even for a weekend, then I'd get yourself on a plane to somewhere where the sun is more predictable.

You just know that planning a short break expecting to lay on the beach in the sun is unlikely to happen. Can you afford the disappointment?

I can't afford the disappointment of going abroad and wishing I was here either. Thankfully your 'type' naffing off to some terrible chav resort, means its quieter for those staying in this country*.

*Excludes Blackpool.


Well, that's one way of rephrasing, 'I can't afford a decent holiday' but there you go.

Some of us put some thought into out travel, but you stick to your National Express timetable for inspiration and we'll say no more.

PS I reckon your fave TV show is 'Benidorm' and due to your limited life experience you actually believe its a documentary. LMAO
#19
Wilmavein
vibeone
Wilmavein
For what it costs to holiday in the UK, even for a weekend, then I'd get yourself on a plane to somewhere where the sun is more predictable.

You just know that planning a short break expecting to lay on the beach in the sun is unlikely to happen. Can you afford the disappointment?


I can't afford the disappointment of going abroad and wishing I was here either. Thankfully your 'type' naffing off to some terrible chav resort, means its quieter for those staying in this country*.

*Excludes Blackpool.



Well, that's one way of rephrasing, 'I can't afford a decent holiday' but there you go.

Some of us put some thought into out travel, but you stick to your National Express timetable for inspiration and we'll say no more.

PS I reckon your fave TV show is 'Benidorm' and due to your limited life experience you actually believe its a documentary. LMAO


Apart from an epic 3000 mile trip around california years ago, most of my best holidays have been in the uk. don't do cheap naff holidays abroad, would rather do a few years in the uk, and then an epic holiday abroad in a private villa with a car, than go abroad every year to be bored out of my skull
banned#20
If you are going abroad, don't leave it till the last minute. I thought deals got cheaper the closer you were to going away. Our holiday is now £240 more expensive if we book it now.
1 Like #21
weymouth has a nice beach, good town & good pubs :)
#22
Whiltey Bay it even has it's own song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5vwHV8VuKM
2 Likes #23
Wilmavein
vibeone
Wilmavein
For what it costs to holiday in the UK, even for a weekend, then I'd get yourself on a plane to somewhere where the sun is more predictable.

You just know that planning a short break expecting to lay on the beach in the sun is unlikely to happen. Can you afford the disappointment?


I can't afford the disappointment of going abroad and wishing I was here either. Thankfully your 'type' naffing off to some terrible chav resort, means its quieter for those staying in this country*.

*Excludes Blackpool.



Well, that's one way of rephrasing, 'I can't afford a decent holiday' but there you go.
Some of us put some thought into out travel, but you stick to your National Express timetable for inspiration and we'll say no more.
PS I reckon your fave TV show is 'Benidorm' and due to your limited life experience you actually believe its a documentary. LMAO



so you've now changed your arguement to "i cant afford a decent holiday"? despite inferring that staying within the uk is more expensive?
personally im glad you are off abroad...
banned#24
Wilmavein
vibeone
Wilmavein
For what it costs to holiday in the UK, even for a weekend, then I'd get yourself on a plane to somewhere where the sun is more predictable.

You just know that planning a short break expecting to lay on the beach in the sun is unlikely to happen. Can you afford the disappointment?


I can't afford the disappointment of going abroad and wishing I was here either. Thankfully your 'type' naffing off to some terrible chav resort, means its quieter for those staying in this country*.

*Excludes Blackpool.



Well, that's one way of rephrasing, 'I can't afford a decent holiday' but there you go.

Some of us put some thought into out travel, but you stick to your National Express timetable for inspiration and we'll say no more.

PS I reckon your fave TV show is 'Benidorm' and due to your limited life experience you actually believe its a documentary. LMAO


Comedy. I think most people on here know I do alright for myself. It's definitely personal preference to stay here mostly. I don't do buses. I do road trips with mates, gfs, etc, cornwall, south coast.

I'd rather do that than go to on one of your 'decent' holidays.

Urgh.... disgusting.
banned 1 Like #25
shaneomac
Wilmavein
vibeone
Wilmavein
For what it costs to holiday in the UK, even for a weekend, then I'd get yourself on a plane to somewhere where the sun is more predictable.

You just know that planning a short break expecting to lay on the beach in the sun is unlikely to happen. Can you afford the disappointment?


I can't afford the disappointment of going abroad and wishing I was here either. Thankfully your 'type' naffing off to some terrible chav resort, means its quieter for those staying in this country*.

*Excludes Blackpool.



Well, that's one way of rephrasing, 'I can't afford a decent holiday' but there you go.
Some of us put some thought into out travel, but you stick to your National Express timetable for inspiration and we'll say no more.
PS I reckon your fave TV show is 'Benidorm' and due to your limited life experience you actually believe its a documentary. LMAO



so you've now changed your arguement to "i cant afford a decent holiday"? despite inferring that staying within the uk is more expensive?
personally im glad you are off abroad...


I lol'd :) Good work!

I know a lot of people argue with me and come out worse, but Wilmavein almost instant comedy breakdown is one of my finest moments.
#26
Thanks you people, your feedback is really appreciated.

vibeone
BTW, as long as you don't mind middle-of-nowhere beachs with no shops etc, my personal Cornwall faves are Gwithian (East of St Ives, other side of the bay), or Polzeath (East of Padstowe, again other side of the bay, although from memory there is a few shops here)


Yes, I don't mind to stay in a middle-of-nowhere beaches, because usually, they not so overcrowded.

slamdunkin
OP, where do you live?
How will you be travelling?
How much time do you want to spend travelling?

I'm located in East Midlands, Nottingham.
I'll be travelling by car, and don't really mind to go almost anywhere, want to see Britain :)
Time for travelling? well, if it's one day break for example, you don't want to drive more than 3 hours one way don't you? Because, during long drives person getting tired quickly, although if the place worth it, I don't mind :)

By the way I've been in Skegness, but it was last year, and in a middle of the August it was about 10 C, sea was really dirty and I mean you won't be able to see your hand, if you pour it in water about 15-20 cm deep. Wasn't really excited, but I assume it's due to shi**y weather. :)

Edited By: Narkodrom on Jun 22, 2011 12:38
suspended#27
skeg is quality im going sat lovley place
banned#28
Narkodrom
Thanks you people, your feedback is really appreciated.

vibeone
BTW, as long as you don't mind middle-of-nowhere beachs with no shops etc, my personal Cornwall faves are Gwithian (East of St Ives, other side of the bay), or Polzeath (East of Padstowe, again other side of the bay, although from memory there is a few shops here)


Yes, I don't mind to stay in a middle-of-nowhere beaches, because usually, they not so overcrowded.

slamdunkin
OP, where do you live?
How will you be travelling?
How much time do you want to spend travelling?

I'm located in East Midlands, Nottingham.
I'll be travelling by car, and don't really mind to go almost anywhere, want to see Britain :)
Time for travelling? well, if it's one day break for example, you don't want to drive more than 3 hours one way don't you? Because, during long drives person getting tired quickly, although if the place worth it, I don't mind :)

By the way I've been in Skegness, but it was last year, and in a middle of the August it was about 10 C, sea was really dirty and I mean you won't be able to see your hand, if you pour it in water about 15-20 cm deep. Wasn't really excited, but I assume it's due to shi**y weather. :)


Skegness is a dive man.

Gwithian is good... nowt there, but all sand bar a few random tall rocks, and rock pools. I'm 6ft2 and could jump from the high rocks into the deep rock pools. I didn't die. Was prob my favourite beach.
#29
vibeone
Narkodrom
Thanks you people, your feedback is really appreciated.

vibeone
BTW, as long as you don't mind middle-of-nowhere beachs with no shops etc, my personal Cornwall faves are Gwithian (East of St Ives, other side of the bay), or Polzeath (East of Padstowe, again other side of the bay, although from memory there is a few shops here)


Yes, I don't mind to stay in a middle-of-nowhere beaches, because usually, they not so overcrowded.

slamdunkin
OP, where do you live?
How will you be travelling?
How much time do you want to spend travelling?

I'm located in East Midlands, Nottingham.
I'll be travelling by car, and don't really mind to go almost anywhere, want to see Britain :)
Time for travelling? well, if it's one day break for example, you don't want to drive more than 3 hours one way don't you? Because, during long drives person getting tired quickly, although if the place worth it, I don't mind :)

By the way I've been in Skegness, but it was last year, and in a middle of the August it was about 10 C, sea was really dirty and I mean you won't be able to see your hand, if you pour it in water about 15-20 cm deep. Wasn't really excited, but I assume it's due to shi**y weather. :)


Skegness is a dive man.

Gwithian is good... nowt there, but all sand bar a few random tall rocks, and rock pools. I'm 6ft2 and could jump from the high rocks into the deep rock pools. I didn't die. Was prob my favourite beach.

Could you point out on google maps this place?damn about 6 hours to drive...


Edited By: Narkodrom on Jun 22, 2011 12:59
#30
I'm taking my family down to the Kent coast in August, for a week, 4 nights on a proper Campsite, and 4 nights at a reenactors show, can't wait.
banned 2 Likes #31
Narkodrom
vibeone
Narkodrom
Thanks you people, your feedback is really appreciated.

vibeone
BTW, as long as you don't mind middle-of-nowhere beachs with no shops etc, my personal Cornwall faves are Gwithian (East of St Ives, other side of the bay), or Polzeath (East of Padstowe, again other side of the bay, although from memory there is a few shops here)


Yes, I don't mind to stay in a middle-of-nowhere beaches, because usually, they not so overcrowded.

slamdunkin
OP, where do you live?
How will you be travelling?
How much time do you want to spend travelling?

I'm located in East Midlands, Nottingham.
I'll be travelling by car, and don't really mind to go almost anywhere, want to see Britain :)
Time for travelling? well, if it's one day break for example, you don't want to drive more than 3 hours one way don't you? Because, during long drives person getting tired quickly, although if the place worth it, I don't mind :)

By the way I've been in Skegness, but it was last year, and in a middle of the August it was about 10 C, sea was really dirty and I mean you won't be able to see your hand, if you pour it in water about 15-20 cm deep. Wasn't really excited, but I assume it's due to shi**y weather. :)


Skegness is a dive man.

Gwithian is good... nowt there, but all sand bar a few random tall rocks, and rock pools. I'm 6ft2 and could jump from the high rocks into the deep rock pools. I didn't die. Was prob my favourite beach.

Could you point out on google maps this place?damn about 6 hours to drive...



link

Edited By: vibeone on Jun 22, 2011 13:39
banned 1 Like #32
Scarborough is nice and only an hour and a half drive from you and you have whitby not far away.

Cleethorpes sounds tacky, but is quite nice for a couple of days.

Woolacombe or south Devon will take you about 4 hours
banned#33
slamdunkin
Scarborough is nice and only an hour and a half drive from you and you have whitby not far away.

Cleethorpes sounds tacky, but is quite nice for a couple of days.

Woolacombe or south Devon will take you about 4 hours


Scarborough and Whitby = YAY

Cleethorpes = BOO

Woolacombe = WOOP
banned#34
If you decide on south Devon then Teignmouth is nice and easy to get to and torque is only 10 minutes away.
banned 1 Like #35
OP: I live in the east midlands, and suffer the same problem as you. Close by seaside resorts are utterly crap.

You have to go far to have a good day. South Coast is only about 3/4 hours away.
banned#36
vibeone
OP: I live in the east midlands, and suffer the same problem as you. Close by seaside resorts are utterly crap.

You have to go far to have a good day. South Coast is only about 3/4 hours away.


By Jet?
banned#37
Try getting out of first gear Johnny.

I'm near Chesterfield and can do Brighton or bournemouth in less than 4 hours
banned#38
JonnyTwoToes
vibeone
OP: I live in the east midlands, and suffer the same problem as you. Close by seaside resorts are utterly crap.

You have to go far to have a good day. South Coast is only about 3/4 hours away.

By Jet?


No, by National Express bus. You have to remember they havent travelled much.

Hmmm.... 4 hours to the south coast where its most likely raining or 4 hours on a plane to some idyllic beach, with no folk and guaranteed sunshine.

Vibe, do yourself a favour and live a little.

I await your attempt at a put down, apparently, on line childishness has given you one of your 'finest moments'.

Dont hold back, my anonymous ID can handle it. FPMSL.
[mod][Moderator]#39
JonnyTwoToes
Can't beat Cornwall.

Falmouth or St Ives.

Have to agree ( but then I'm biased ), Perranporth is also a lovely place in Cornwall

Paignton, South Devon

Exmouth
banned 1 Like #40
Last time I tried to board a plane with my speedboat they refused to let me board...so I'm stuck with going to Devon for 6 weeks every year.

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