Where can you stay with Days Inn Hotels in the UK?

14 September 2021

Summer may be over but it’s not too late to book that much-deserved staycation! Autumn is a wonderful time to discover the best of the UK, and with some 17 different locations to stay in with Days Inn, you’re certain to be spoilt for choice.


Exploring the hustle and bustle as well as the beauty of Staffordshire couldn’t be easier when visiting Cannock. Those looking to escape its large town can discover stunning countryside and woodland at Cannock Chase.


A visit to this historic Cheshire city always makes for a memorable short break. Enjoy so many great attractions, including the renowned Chester Zoo, right on the doorstep of your hotel.


Chesterfield in Derbyshire is a place where you’ll always receive a warm welcome. Enjoy a wide selection of things to do and see, including its famous market.


Enjoying heritage, history and culture is easy in Durham, with Durham Cathedral, Raby Castle and Auckland Castle just some of the must-visits. Want to venture out of the city? Wander the beautiful and endless Northumberland Coast.


Hamilton in Lanarkshire is the heart of this spectacular county. It’s well known for its rivers and captivating countryside, and is home to a number of attractions just made for history lovers.


Cumbria is loved and known for its rural beauty, and the market town of Kendal is no exception. Kendal is also famous for its arts, events, festivals and culture, which makes it so much more than a hikers’ paradise.


Based just north of the Scottish border, Lockerbie is a historic town with an agricultural past that’s well worth exploring.


Widely considered the jewel in the crown of Kent, Maidstone is the perfect destination for long or short staycations.

Newport Magor

Explore the beauty of Newport Magor, a Welsh town with plenty to see and do, whether you’re a solo traveller, holidaying as a couple, or exploring as a family or group.


Sevenoaks in Kent is a great destination, with several historic places, museums, gardens and country parks to explore.


Whether you’re looking for a spot of retail therapy, want to explore the picturesque Trent and Mersey Canal, or enjoy the beauty of a stately home (Shugborough Hall is a favourite of ours!), stay in Stafford.

Sutton Scotney

Sutton Scotney in Hampshire is full of attractions and activities. Take the children to Tapnell Farm, satisfy those adrenaline junkies at Go Ape Moors Valley, or spend a day or two at Paultons Park to enjoy the ultimate family break.


Enjoy fun and sun by the sea this September with a visit to Southampton, there are tons of indoor and outdoor attractions to explore by day or night.


For everything from beautiful architecture to unspoilt rural views, a visit to Taunton in Somerset is a must for your autumn staycation.


This medieval market town is so much more than just another Cotswolds gem. From its beautiful waterside setting, you can discover history and culture throughout your stay.


Based in the south east, Watford is a destination brimming with attractions and activities, including parks, museums, shopping centres and stadiums.

Book a staycation in any of the destinations mentioned above right here.


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