If you're considering a last-minute UK holiday this Easter , then Airbnb just offered up some handy inspiration!
The holiday rentals website has unveiled the top 10 most popular UK destinations for Easter 2019, based on the spots which are being searched for the most on its website.
Topping the list is Scarborough in Yorkshire, which has seen the biggest jump in popularity.
In fact, the resort town is currently set to welcome a 300 per cent jump in Brits coming for a weekend break, compared to the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
Never been to Scarborough before? TripAdvisor has a handy guide to the best things to see and do if you're there.
Second place went to Barrow in Furness, Cumbria, where you'll find the likes of Furness Abbey and Piel Island, while the third spot went to Weymouth in Dorset (no doubt its beautiful beach proves a hit).
In fact, Dorset proved a hit with three of its destinations featuring in the top 10; Weymouth, Bournemouth and Lyme Regis.
It's no surprise when you consider the county's breathtaking coasts and pretty beaches. In fact, Bournemouth Beach was recently named the UK's best beach for 2019 .
Hadi Moussa, Airbnb General Manager for Northern Europe said: "The Easter Bank Holiday weekend provides the perfect opportunity for Brits to take a short trip within the UK and explore more of the country.
"This Easter, some rather unexpected destinations have proved popular with staycationers as Brits discover what the UK has to offer beyond its major cities and well-trodden tourist attractions."
Top 10 most popular UK hotspots
Looking for more inspiration?
Airbnb has also curated a list of top places to stay in the UK this Easter if you're after a last minute trip.
If you're not sure where you'd want to go first, you can also find plenty of tips and destination guides on our UK holidays page .
Or of course you could keep an eye out for stays in some of Britain's most affordable destinations , as well as the top family-friendly UK spots if you're after heaps of fun things to see and do with the kids.
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