The Most Expensive Spring Destinations In The UK

Mai 5, 2016

Visitors to St Andrews, a university town on the east coast of Scotland, can expect to pay the most expensive accommodation prices anywhere in the UK this spring. That is according to the findings of, who conducted a survey into the Top 20 priciest destinations based on hotel rates during the month of May.

Those staying in the town in May will have to dig into their pockets for an average of £119 per night for the most affordable double room, the survey found. Next most expensive are Bath and Oxford, both nestled south of the border and both with average rates of £112 per night.

St Andrews was not the only Scottish representative in the Top 10. Also appearing are Fort William, the biggest town in the Highlands region, which comes 4th in the survey with an average rate of £104 per night, and the town of Pitlochry, situated on the River Tummel, which ranks 7th with an average rate of £93. In 12th place is the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, where visitors will have to cough up an average rate of £84 in May.

The table below shows the 20 most expensive destinations in the United Kingdom this spring. The prices alongside each destination reflect the average nightly rate for the cheapest available double room (for centrally-located hotel with a minimum 3 stars) for the period spanning 1 – 31 May. Please note: The survey considered all UK destinations with at least 15 hotels.

Please note: The survey considered all UK destinations with at least 15 hotels.

  1. St Andrews £119
  2. Bath £112
  3. Oxford £112
  4. Fort William £104
  5. London £96
  6. St Ives £94
  7. Pitlochry £93
  8. Canterbury £92
  9. Chester £89
  10. Cambridge £88
  1. Brighton £84
  2. Edinburgh £83
  3. Liverpool £82
  4. Leicester £81
  5. Bristol £81
  6. Cheltenham £81
  7. Belfast £78
  8. Harrogate £78
  9. Southampton £76
  10. Falmouth £75

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