Pride in London returned last weekend in absolutely fabulous style, and we’ve just about recovered from the festivities.
Now, we can’t wait for the UK’s other blockbuster LGBTI fests coming up this summer – but we’re already dreading the mornings after!
Brighton, Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester (to name but a few) all have their Pride celebrations fast approaching, and if you’re attending any/all of them, you’re no doubt questioning whether to nurse your hangover by making a long weekend of it.
If you fancy sticking around, check out this handy guide from mini-break experts Hoseasons on the country’s best post-Pride boltholes…
For after Liverpool Pride (30-31 July)…
…try Liverpool City Waterfront apartments [below]
Built in 2008, these six stylish, ultramodern apartments boast a fabulous riverside location, a stone’s throw from the Pier Head and Three Graces and a 15-minute walk from Lime Street station.
Guests can also enjoy all the necessary mod cons to feel right at home, from laundry facilities to fully-fitted kitchens, as well as free Wi-Fi.
For after Brighton Pride (5-7 August)…
…try Golden Cross Lodges [below]
A short drive along the coast from buzzing Brighton you’ll find the calming Golden Cross Lodges. The complex boasts a golf course, swimming pool and spa facilities.
You’ll find the beautiful East Sussex countryside on your temporary doorstep, including the tail end of South Downs National Park; the up-and-coming artists’ hub Hastings is also close by.
For after Pride Glasgow (20-21 August)…
…try one of these Glasgow City apartments [below]
These gorgeous apartments sleep two, four or six people, and are perfectly located in the center of Scotland’s second city.
They feature a tasteful, modern decor and amenities including widescreen surround sound TVs, complimentary luxury toiletries and even a grocery shopping and delivery service.
For after Manchester Pride (26-29 August)…
…try Manchester Central Princess Street [below]
These stylish apartments are housed within a Grade II listed building in the heart of one of the UK’s most dynamic cities: a one bed sleeping two, a studio apartment sleeping two, and a one bed executive apartment sleeping four.
Guests can expect flat screen TVs, kitchen facilities, in apartment safes, plus washer/dryers. Continental breakfasts are also available.
Hoseasons is a client of Gay Star News.
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