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Seaside ideas for your staycation

More than 3,500 Brits are considering a staycation in Bournemouth due to flight restrictions.

Covid-19 is still a real concern, therefore many are considering UK staycations rather than going abroad. With last month confirmed as the sunniest May since records began, this has provided optimism among the public for the coming summer months!

Consequently, some of the most popular locations for staycations will be seaside resorts – where Brits can truly enjoy the sun and feel like they are in another country.

That said Brighton is even more popular. And there are also places in the north of the country that families will enjoy.

Interested in domestic tourism, private number plates provider Click4Reg.co.uk can reveal which UK seaside resort Brits are most interested in visiting this summer based on the online search ‘Airbnb in [name of seaside resort]’. *

From an analysis of 207 seaside resorts across the UK, the top 20 were identified as follows:

The UK seaside resorts Brits will flock to the most this summer

UK Seaside Resort

‘Airbnb in…’ Online Search Volume

Brighton

8,500

Bournemouth

3,500

Whitby

1,700

Blackpool

1,600

Llandudno

1,400

Lyme Regis

1,200

Newquay

1,200

Margate

1,100

Tenby

1,100

Torquay

1,100

St Ives

1,000

Swansea

1,000

Weymouth

1,000

Whitstable

1,000

Eastbourne

700

Falmouth

700

Hastings

700

Portrush

600

Scarborough

600

Swanage

600

Top keywords from wish lists created in the last 60 days indicate guests are looking to Airbnb to commemorate special occasions that may have been cancelled and are looking to enjoy the sun in the warmer months ahead.

Top wish list keywords include:

  • Summer 2020
  • Beach
  • Birthday/Bday
  • Wedding
  • Honeymoon
  • Anniversary
  • Getaway
  • Vacation

Below is a sampling of coastal homes with access to the beach.

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Editor in chief Suzi Dixon studied at Bournemouth university, went away for a while to work at The Daily Telegraph, then moved back to the sunny South coast for a quiet (er) life. Bournemouth News & Info is her website and she is assisted by the fabulous Fred From France in all things geeky and technical. Hire us to make your website, too, if you like.

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