The seaside towns of Bognor Regis, in West Sussex, and Folkestone, in Kent, came out on top.
Both were found to have an average of 194 hours of sunshine each month and an average maximum temperature of 16 degrees.
They were followed closely by Eastbourne and Newhaven, both in East Sussex, in joint second/third place with 192 sunshine hours and an average maximum temperature of 16 degrees.
The top ten list was concluded with Poole, in Dorset, in ninth place and Clacton-on-Sea, on the Essex Sunshine Coast, in tenth.
The Dorset town was found to offer an average 181 hours of sunshine each month and an average maximum temperature of 16 degrees.
Clacton-on-Sea, much like the majority of the top ten, also offers a 16-degree average maximum temperature, alongside 180 average sunshine hours per month.
The data revealed Windsor, a town widely recognised for being a residence of the royal family, offers favourable temperatures and plenty of sun-filled days.
The research also discovered which locations Britons are most likely to be rained on during their break.
According to the experts Port Glasgow, in Scotland, topped the list of rainiest staycation haunts.
“Our data helps to highlight some of the UK’s favourite holiday locations, as well as, unveiling a number of hidden gems which offer a great alternative to the traditional British break.”
The top 10 “sunniest” UK staycation destinations are as follows:
1. Bognor Regis
7. Herne Bay
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