Days Inn has strategically-placed hotels throughout the UK. Whether you’re heading off on a family holiday or an important business trip, you’ll find the perfect base during your travels.
Our seventeen locations are spread far and wide, and that means there’s always a Days Inn nearby if you need a comfortable bed for the night at a price that’s simply unbeatable.
Check out our destinations below and book your room online, today.
Located on the M6 toll, our Days Inn hotel at Cannock is about as conveniently placed as it gets if you’re heading to the NEC or Birmingham airport. It’s also perfect if you’re spending the weekend in the city of Birmingham.
Chester and Liverpool are on the doorstep, and the M56 is nice and close, too. Whether you’re heading to Chester Racecourse or Cheshire Oaks, we’ve got the perfect base for your trip.
Whether you’re coming to see the famous crooked spire church or the 800-year-old open market, Chesterfield is a brilliant place for the family and business traveller alike. Oh, and it’s in the heart of the Peak District, too.
There are few cities in the UK which offer the same combination of beautiful coastline and fabulous city as Durham. It’s not far from Newcastle, either, if you fancy heading into that city while there.
A beautifully historic town in the heart of Lanarkshire, Hamilton is visited by thousands each year. Check out the fabulous mausoleum or Hamilton Palace to make a real day of it - perfect for the entire family!
If you want to experience the best the Lakes has to offer, Kendal takes some beating. From the infamous mint cake to arts exhibitions and some beautiful walks on its doorstep, Kendal has everything.
Just north of the Scottish Border, Lockerbie is well within reach of Carlisle and Glasgow, but also has a fascinating agricultural past to explore. There’s also an ice rink and a great range of eateries to enjoy.
Looking to make the most of Kent? Maidstone should be top of your list, because it’s perfect for families, couples and business trips. Explore the castles, enjoy local food and check out the range of annual special events.
Newport was once Wales’ largest town in the south, and it’s now a vibrant city which has a fascinating history. You can explore its famous docks but also discover the ancient roman remains that hint at the history of the area.
Perfect for sports enthusiasts (particularly cricket), Sevenoaks is also a great place to soak yourself in British history, check out some fantastic restaurants and explore the old, history-filled streets.
Heading to the Hampshire Downs or Southampton? If you’re travelling in that area as a family or on business, our conveniently located Days Inn hotel sits in the Northside of Sutton Scotney, just off the A34.
Heading south? Try out the Sutton Scotney South Days Inn, which offers a perfect bed for the night if you’re on your way to Southampton or elsewhere in the area.
Hampshire’s largest city, Southampton remains incredibly popular for tourists. Ties with the Titanic, bustling shopping experiences and amazing restaurants are just some of the reasons you might want to visit.
If you want to experience one of the most endearing market towns in the UK, Taunton takes some beating. It also houses the Museum of Somerset and a range of National Trust properties that demand a visit.
Widely regarded as one of the UK’s most beautiful riverside towns, Tewkesbury features an abbey, battle trail, markets and the Roses Theatre. It also has some fantastic cycle routes for the more sporting and adventurous.
Our Days Inn Watford Gap hotel is perfectly located. Daventry, Northampton and Silverstone are just a stone’s throw away, but, equally, this is the perfect stopping point if you simply need a break from a long drive.
There’s so much to do in Stafford, from visiting the racecourse to forest adventures, shopping and even an art gallery. It’s a perfect location for the family, too, therefore an easily overlooked UK destination that should definitely be on your list.