Trivago has revealed the cheapest and most expensive destinations to stay in the UK.
Using data from cities and towns with at least 60 hotels listed on the site across the entirety of 2016, it found that Blackpool was the cheapest place to rent a room while London was the most pricey.
With an average hotel price of £63 Blackpool was, on average, more than £30 cheaper per night than the UK average of £94.
Coastal towns and cities dominate the cheapest places to stay, with traditional seaside locations Great Yarmouth, Scarborough and Torquay featuring in the top 10.
The cities of Sheffield, Nottingham and Newcastle also feature.
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UK capital London was the most expensive place to get a room, with average rates £156, £93 more expensive than the UK’s cheapest and £62 above the country average.
Bath was in second place with an average price of £144, whilst university cities Oxford and Cambridge were third and fourth respectively.
Two Scottish cities also make the top ten; the capital Edinburgh and northeast coastal city of Inverness.
Eleanor Kutylowski, from Trivago’s UK Communications team, said: “With many people set to enjoy holidays within the UK this year, it’s important to know where Brits can find the best value at home.
“Our data shows that several British beaches offer low-cost accommodation – welcome news for anyone looking to take a staycation by the sea in 2017. In addition, those looking to make city trips this year can save money by swapping London, Bath or Oxford in favour of Sheffield, Nottingham or Newcastle.”