Best places for a UK staycation

As Boris Johnson urges us to buy British this summer, has compiled a list of alternative destinations for you to add to Pinterest.

As part of its resource information for Covid-19, has put together a guide on alternative accommodations in the UK, along with some information on what hotels and accommodations are planning on doing to adhere to new cleanliness and social distancing standards.

A domestic holiday is a great option for those wanting to avoid quarantining upon returning from abroad or the increased waiting times at airports. To make a domestic holiday extra special, travellers can look to more than just a hotel with alternative accommodations such as cottages, apartments, B&Bs or even campsites for a bit of fresh air after days on lockdown.

A caravan park or campsite/glampsite are great alternatives for a short, nature-filled getaway, and often offer an affordable solution for those looking for the same privacy as in an apartment or cottage. The Little Hide in York is a glamping experience perfect for those who want fresh air with an option of sightseeing on the side, boasting proximity to a National Trust site, a forest with biking trails, and York, with its rich history and beautiful buildings.

With Step 3 of the government’s reopening plan going into effect earlier this month, Brits can now look to a future where they can move freely within the UK again. However, there is still concern surrounding international travel, and recent search trends echo this concern by showing a spike in stay-at-home holiday searches.

More details on the current rules can be found on the government website.

The guide includes information on:

  • Campsites and glamping sites that are reopening
  • Cottages in one of the most searched staycation locations, Devon
  • Apartments for overnight stays in Brighton has produced guides on things to do in most major cities and destinations within the UK here.



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