fbpx

Scotland

0 Deal Offers

Rich with history and national pride, Scotland is a land full of mythical beauty, and Parklink is the perfect place to find holiday homes in Scotland. Main regions are Aberdeen, Argyll & The Isles, Ayrshire & Arran, Dumfries & Galloway, Dundee & Angus, Edinburgh, The Lothians, Glasgow, The Clyde Valley, Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley. Scotland has a population of 5,295,000 and covers an area of 78,782 square kilometres.

- 0 Review
View More

Yorkshire and the Humber

0 Deal Offers

Yorkshire and The Humber comprises the majority of Yorkshire including the City of York, along with North and North East Lincolnshire. The area includes the Pennines, Dales, Moors, Yorkshire Wolds and Lincolnshire Wolds, incorporating a huge variety of landscapes and geology that dates back to the Permo-Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. The highest point is Whernside in the Yorkshire Dales, which reaches heights of 2,418 feet. The area covers 15,420 square km and is home to 5.338 million people.

- 0 Review
View More

West Midlands

0 Deal Offers

The West Midlands is a great place to visit. It includes the counties Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Shropshire, as well as Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, Stoke on Trent, Telford, Walsall and Wolverhampton. It’s home to 5.675 million people and is becoming an increasingly sought-after location for property investors. This is no longer the poor relation of London; more and more people are recognising the wealth of opportunities that the West Midlands has to offer.

- 0 Review
View More

South West

0 Deal Offers

The South West of England covers a huge 9,200 square miles and consists of Gloucestershire, Bristol, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly. Within this ancient and beautiful region are the cities Salisbury, Bath, Bristol, Gloucester, Wells, Plymouth, Truro and Exeter. The area includes national parks Dartmoor, Exmoor and The New Forest and boasts the longest coastline in England, dotted with quaint harbours and fishing towns.

- 0 Review
View More

Wales

0 Deal Offers

Wales is close to England, bordering Cheshire, Chester, Shropshire, Herefordhshire and Gloucester. But in lots of ways feels like a completely foreign land- in a very good way! The country includes four main regions: North Wales, South Wales, Mid Wales and West Wales. Wales boasts three expansive natural parks, Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast. It’s home to just over three million people and offers world class scenery, a rare opportunity to sample proper fresh air, and stunning wildlife.

- 0 Review
View More

East of England

0 Deal Offers

The East of England, also known as East Anglia, includes the ceremonial counties Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Sussex. The most heavily populated towns in the area are Bedford, Ipswich, Luton, Southend, Chelmsford, Cambridge, Norwich and Basildon, and the southern part of the region is home to thousands of commuters. It’s within easy reach of London and is home to 5,847 people. The region has the lowest elevation range in the UK, making it ideal for walkers who don’t want to venture too high. The area dates back to Roman times and there are lots of historical places of interest to be found.

- 0 Review
View More

East Midlands

0 Deal Offers

The East Midlands covers an area of 6,034 square miles and is home to over 4.5 million people. The region consists of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland and parts of Lincolnshire and includes five principal urban centres; Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, Northampton and Nottingham. It’s home to the East Midlands Airport and is becoming increasingly popular with commuters thanks to good rail and road connections to London. These factors have helped the East Midlands become known as an economic hub, and the area is enjoying new interest from investors throughout the UK and beyond.

- 2 Reviews
View More

North East

0 Deal Offers

The North East of England encompasses Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear and parts of North Yorkshire. Major towns and cities include Newcastle Upon Tyne, Durham, Middlesborough, South Shields, Stockton on Tees, Washington, Darlington, Hartlepool and Gateshead. The area covers 8,592 square kilometres and is home to a population of 2,597,000 people. It offers good rail and road connections to the rest of the UK and features some of the most naturally beautiful stretches of coastland in the world. The tallest point is The Cheviot, in the Cheviot Hills, reaching 2,674 feet high.

- 1 Review
View More

South East England

0 Deal Offers

The most densely populated of all Great Britain’s official regions, South East England covers Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East and West Sussex, Hampshire, The Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire and Surrey. London is also often referred to as being in the South East of England. The region spans 19,096 square metres/7,373 square miles and is home to over eight and a half million people. It’s an economic hub that’s extremely well connected, with numerous major roads, railways, airports and ferry crossings to the rest of Europe.

- 4 Reviews
View More

North West

0 Deal Offers

Consisting of the counties Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside, The North West has a population of 7,052,000, making it the third most populated part of the UK. Much of the area has been subject to huge regeneration projects and it’s fast becoming a property hot spot, attracting interest from visitors from all over the world thanks to its booming economy and vibrant atmosphere. It’s well connected, including major airports, roads and railways and is known for its friendly, welcoming people.

- 3 Reviews
View More