Whilst ABC has a point - don't let it put you off.
A bit of time living in a hotel with a good, like minded team of colleagues, eating and drinking every night will be fun and valuable for a while, even in Watford or Hull.
Yes, it might not work out like that (could be long nights in the office, a boring team and a boring project). You'll probably experience a bit of both.
You could even end up with opporutnities to work abroad (good for the CV as a minimum) and see the airports of many countries - perhaps even get out for the evenings or weekends.
At best, you'll have some great travel experiences, see some new places and enjoy it with some new friends.
At worst you'll realise that travelling for work isn't all that before you either spend time later in your career searching for it or settle down and regret not trying it.
Consider consulting, but ensure you enter with the right expectations. (E.g. it's a great place to start your career but be aware you will probably be sat at a desk 9-beyond 5.30 most days.)