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Top 10 UK Hot Spots For An Incredible Photoshoot

There’s only so many beautiful photos you can take of yourself from different parts of the house and garden. When the sun is shining (as it currently seems to be doing so in the UK right now) we must take advantage, find somewhere exciting and new in the UK to visit, get outside and start snapping. Whether it’s the perfect Instagram selfie or you want to be inspired for your next photoshoot, check out our top hot spots below for some guaranteed beautiful shots:


Mermaid Street, Rye

This beautiful street is situated in Rye, and is fast becoming a popular place to visit. This street epitomises Britain with its quintessential English look, beautiful cottages and cobbled streets. If you’re planning to stay for a few days, the Mermaid Inn is in the best location on Mermaid Street itself, so you can just walk out to take your photos.

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Arthur’s Seat

Interestingly, Arthur’s Seat, situated 251 metres above sea level in the hills of Edinburgh, is in fact an extinct volcano and takes approximately two hours to climb and return for the average person. Make sure you wear good footwear before your photoshoot!

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We know that it might be difficult to reenact this incredible photo, but if you can’t stand on your head on a surfboard, that doesn’t mean you can’t take a photo on land by the beautiful lake.

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Cecil Brewer Staircase @ Heal’s

We’re back in London again – there’s just too many locations to choose from but we couldn’t miss this one out. Situated at Heal’s flagship store in Tottenham Court Road, the staircase was created originally in 1916 before being refurbished in 2013. Of all the pretty and well hidden staircases in London, this has got to be one of the best.

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Durdle Door

Situated on the Jurassic Coast, this is one of the most iconic locations in England for a breathtaking photo.The stone arch was naturally created around 10,000 years ago and after your shots have been taken with the spectacular views behind, take the footpath down to the beach to relax.

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Portmeirion Village, Gwynedd

You need to pay only £10 to enter this beautiful, Italian themed village in Wales, created by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925-1976. It was his dream to show that something beautiful could be created without spoiling a landscape and this town sits at the bottom of Snowdonia, so views are incredible no matter what direction the camera is facing.

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Roman Baths

A beautiful site enriched in history, the Roman Baths transformed from a religious spa complex in 75AD to a bathing and socialising hub. It’s one of the most iconic places in England to take an incredible photo and later you can join onto a tour learning about the history behind the site.

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Where in England have you visited for an incredible shot?