British Beach Week Returns!

We are delighted to announce that cottages4you will be hosting British Beach Week for the second year!

Starting on 26th May and running until 2nd June, the aim of the week is to encourage everyone to join us and share in our passion for the UK’s coastline.

In celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the focus this year is on Britain’s iconic piers as a key part of our national heritage. Whether it’s the fun-packed attractions at Brighton or taking in a show at Cromer, our much-loved piers can turn a family seaside break in to a great holiday to remember. So why not take our lead and visit a pier this summer by visiting one of these great British institutions.

As we gear up for British Beach Week, we want you to share your love of Britain’s seaside with us. Tell us which UK coastal resort you love and why and watch this space to find out how to enter our summer competition!

Read more British Beach Week articles.

5 thoughts on “British Beach Week Returns!

  1. Great idea. If you’re heading to the coast, we have a bunch of treasure hunts set up in plenty of seaside locations – like the North Yorkshire coast, Cornwall, the South Coast and many more. Just go to and look up the list of locations. Great fun to do

  2. Robin Hood’s Bay near Scarborough holds a lot of family memories for me. It’s a lovely village on the coast with a great chippy and plenty of little shops to visit too. Having grown up in East Anglia, I also love visiting Cromer and Felixstowe which offer all the British seaside traditions you’d expect.

  3. I love the gorgeous beach at Alnmouth in Northumberland. It’s so unspoilt and peaceful there, I could spend hours just watching the sea (or the golfers teeing off from the close-by course). The setting is a lovely little community dotted with some amazing old properties which I admit I always end up pretending I live in!

  4. Definitely the seaside around Scarborough for me. I had my first dip in the North Sea this past autumn (body surfing) – it was refreshing!

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