The UK’s cosiest towns and cities have been revealed in a study which considered “general factors associated with cosiness”, such as rainfall, sunshine hours, wind speed and the number of days with snow or frost.
Out of the top 15 towns and cities, seven of them are situated in Scotland according to the research from LotteryCritic.com.
Inverness snagged the title of the cosiest autumn destination, with 168 mm of rainfall and 22 days with frost on the ground.
East Kilbride took second place and Aberdeen, Livingston and Edinburgh also made the list.
With a vast selection of events, activities and getaways to enjoy this autumn, Scotland is a fantastic country to explore on four wheels regardless of the weather.
Additionally, there are plenty of hiking trails, beaches and hidden gems to explore – just be sure to wear weather-appropriate clothing.
The third cosiest city in the UK is Carlisle, located in Cumbria, England which is expected to have 104 mm of rainfall and 82 sunshine hours – ideal conditions for cosying up in your leisure vehicle with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book.
Other cosy places to explore in your caravan include Cumbernauld, Bolton, Halifax, Huddersfield and Darlington.
However, if you’re not ready to embrace the autumn weather in all its glory then head to Sittingbourne in Kent where just 65 mm of rainfall and as many as 121 hours of sunshine per month can be expected during the autumn season.