Enjoy this summer’s good weather by self catering on the Isle of Wight

Forecasters have predicted this year’s summer weather already; the verdict has produced a mix bag of results. In June there will be scattered showers in some parts of the country, but the summer is going to improve as it goes on with August set to be a scorcher! So why not make the most of the good weather this year by holidaying in the UK with Waterside Breaks? There are a wide range of holidays to choose from, such as beach holidays, self catering on the Isle of Wight, cottages by the water in the Norfolk Broads and idyllic lochside highland log cabins in Scotland.

These forecasts have been predicted by experts who have studied the long term temperature cycles, the weather patterns and using a 30 year statistics database. The good news for families across the UK, this year’s summer holidays are set to be much warmer than last years. Forecasters have foreseen that in early August the UK will be experiencing temperatures that reach around 30 Celsius, with low levels of rainfall. With such good weather predicted, it’s the perfect opportunity to take advantage of a break away from it all in this country.

Holidaying in the UK has a whole host of benefits over jetting off abroad; not only is it more environmentally friendly, but it is also more comfortable for young children as there is no waiting around at airports or uncomfortable flights to endure.

If you are interested in finding out more about the top holiday hotspots the UK has to offer and the types of accommodation that is available including a wonderful selection of Scottish holiday lodges by the water please visit http://www.watersidebreaks.com/

About Us: Waterside Breaks specialises in holiday cottages and lodges by water throughout the UK

Editor’s note: Waterside Breaks is represented by Search Engine Marketing agency TRON Media. This Press Release was written by Jo-Anne Keyte, and distributed by Sarah Duley. Please direct all press queries to Jo-Anne Keyte email: jo@tronmedia.co.uk or call: 02031670969.