Top 10 places for retirement in UK
Enjoy your relaxed and leisured days of retirement. You have earned all your life and at the time of retirement you need to find places that will make your old age a beautiful saga. Here are few places that you can go after retirement.
Craven is in north Yorkshire. The markets are picture perfect. The place has the attractions of Yorkshire Dale National Park, Bolton Abbey, Malham Cove, Victoria Hall, Craven Museum and the Skipton Market.
It is the perfect setting of a Thomas Hardy novel. The attractions are Sturminster Newton Mill, Great Dorset Steam Fair and Blandford Forum’s Stour Meadows.
It is situated along Chagford and Prince town. The main attractions are Unesco World Heritage Site West Devon Mining, Dartmoor National Park, Tamar Valley Area, Roadford Lake and the Gould Folk festival.
It is considered as the walker’s paradise. There are cozy pubs, smart eating areas and thatched houses. The attractions include Durlston Country Park, Portland, Durdle Door, Studland Beach and Kimmeridge Bay.
It has beautiful countryside with full of natural beauty all around. The spots that attracts are Budleigh Salterton’s Beach, The Blackdown Hills, and many other museums.
The location is beautiful and thus a pick for shooting of movies. Bulbarrow Hill, Golden Cap, Lyme Regis promenade, abbeys, castle, museum and lots more are the attractions of the place.
It’s situated in the North eastern part of Devon. The beauty is admired by poets of different ages. The Northam Burrows, Hartland Peninsula, Lundy Island, the gallery and the art museum contribute to the beauty of the place.
One can see the mountains and lakes all at the same time in Eden. The special areas that are to be visited are Lowther Castle, Ullswater and many more.
The other most known places that become the choice of retired people are south Hams and Derbyshire Dales.