See the stars: Discover the best stargazing sites in the UK

North York Moors National Park

Headlining up to the north-eastern side of England the North York Moors is home to one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the UK.

Aside from the picturesque villages and panoramic views, the skys have unlimited views of stars across the night sky – with some people even Northern Lights!

Where to stay: The Anchorage Cottage, is one of the few holiday cottages in Kettleness and is based only a two-minute walk from stargazing hotspots, with prices around £1350 for seven nights.

Snowdonia National Park

Arguably one of the UK’s most famous national parks, Snowdonia is home to the highest peaks outside of Scotland.

Jam-packed with outdoor natural attractions, from watersports to horse riding, visitors will have plenty to do while they wait for the sun to go down.

Head to Llyn Geirionydd on the edge of Gwydyr Forest for striking lakeside views of the night sky.

Where to stay: Take a 14-minute drive to Swallow Falls Hotel where you can stay for seven nights for two adults and a child for £1540.

Daily Express

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