If you’ve never heard of Covid before, then you might want to do some reading up about the place. It’s located on the west coast of Scotland, roughly in the middle of the Trossachs. It is a market town that dates back to the 13th century and is now known as a spa and summer resort.
It is home to a variety of attractions including the famous Happy Valley Waterfall, one of the largest. You can visit it all year round with no shortage of enjoyment. The waterfall is built into the side of a hill, and you simply walk down its slopes and off you go. It can get very crowded at times, but that’s okay as it has plenty of space!
When it comes to things to do in this town, they are fairly varied. There are several festivals and events that take place here throughout the year. One is the Cuirt International Festival of Literature which takes place in early April. There is also a classical music festival, a sailing festival, and a film festival – just to name a few.
For those who love hiking, there’s nothing like visiting covid’s Snowdonia National Park. On the south side of town, there is the Ben Nevis Way station. It is ideal for walking along as it passes through a network of mountain tunnels. There are lovely views across the valley from here.
Covid’s Little Venice is another attraction worth visiting. It’s located on the north side of town and the name itself tells you just what to expect on this day. All kinds of touristy shops line the Promenade des Anglaises. A walk along this beach on a nice sunny day can be an enjoyable and worthwhile part of your trip. You should definitely stop for the delicious local seafood available throughout the year.
To really experience the beauty of the town, consider staying at one of the beautiful guest houses. A wide range of facilities are available, including self catering or fully furnished hotels. If you are lucky enough to book ahead, you may even be lucky enough to have a private balcony or sun room. Many holiday cottages in the area now come with their own kitchens. So if you fancy a bit of culinary adventure, this is one holiday location that you don’t want to miss.
If you prefer to stay in one of the town’s luxurious hotels, then you’ll find many to choose from. Booking in advance is strongly recommended for any hotel in Covid. The rates are often cheaper once you book online. Just remember to check whether there are additional charges for parking. Be prepared to pay a bit more for rooms in the evening – it’s all part of the experience.
Overall, a visit to Covid will give you something to enjoy for days, weeks and months to come. There are so many different activities and sites to see. Enjoying the town shouldn’t be a bruising experience. Enjoy yourself!
If you’ve arrived by car, there’s plenty of off road driving to choose from. Most roads in the area are suitable for vehicle enthusiasts but there is one main road that is always busy. The M1 is definitely the place to go if you want to drive and experience the nightlife in the area. It also has a wonderful selection of restaurants.
What are you looking for in a family holiday? Covid holiday parks offer all the facilities you could need for your children. Play grounds, clubhouse and tea rooms are available. The ideal park to visit during your stay in the town is the Catton Park.
Don’t be tempted to leave the town until the last minute. A day in Coventry is not complete without visiting the local museums and galleries. You can explore the city using the famous ‘Coventry Museum and Art Gallery’ as a starting point. The Saturday morning programme features an interesting look at the history of the town and the area.
Why not take a tour of the region? The ‘Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead’ is the perfect starting point for a cultural holiday. You will see the beautiful scenery that forms part of the county. Take a day to try a little bit of culture.