Millions of Britons deterred from overseas travel by the ever-changing global restrictions have turned their attention to UK stays instead. This may sound like an expensive and quieter alternative, but recent reports from Devon and Cornwall have shown soaring tourist numbers.
Express.co.uk was informed by him that he would advise people to avoid the coasts because there are so many things to do and see in the country.
The Coast’s occupancy is expected to be high in September and October.
There are many more options at country properties.
Similarly, Paul Hardingham, managing director of Landal GreenParks UK which operated 90 holiday parks throughout the UK and Europe, suggest looking away from typical tourist traps and towards the likes of “Northumberland and Lincolnshire”.
What UK destinations will likely have less crowds?
There are many beautiful destinations in the UK for staycation. It can seem overwhelming when so many options appear full.
But, UK experts say that tranquil environments are still available.
Rockingham Forest was recommended by Mr Hardingham, an ex-royal hunting forest located in Northamptonshire.
Express.co.uk was informed by him that all of his locations were nestled in nature making them ideal for those who want to get away from the bustle and hustle of daily life.
Our resorts are located in the most loved areas of the country, allowing you to set the pace for your vacation.
For example, “Landal Rockingham Forest” offers peace and tranquility on over 600 acres. It is also close to Cambridge. This gives you the best of both the worlds.
If you are looking for somewhere more south Mr Turner suggests Constable county in Suffolk.
He stated that his favourites were Constable Country around Dedham Vale and the Wool towns of Lavenham, Long Melford.
This area is renowned for its stunning natural landscape and offers many idyllic walks. It’s also within easy driving distance to the coast, so you can still enjoy a day at the beach.
Northumberland has many lesser-known destinations that are less popular than those commonly visited.
Margaret Livingstone-Evans, executive general Manager at Langley Castle Hotel in Hexham, recommends the surrounding northern region.
Express.co.uk spoke to her: “There’s a lot of great spots in Northumberland that give you the sense of being far from all the madness.
Explore Kielder Forest while you search for shy roe deer and curious red squirrels.
Take a stroll on the tranquil path of tarn around Talkin Tarn, near Brampton, and take in the beautiful reflections.
Or, you can walk the Tyne Green Trail from Hexham to take in the Hexham Skyline, Abbey and Moot hall.
If you are looking for a beach destination, Ms Livingstone Evans recommends Bamburgh. It is a strip of golden sandbanks that lies just meters from the castle’s namesake.
Ultimately, according to the experts, the key is flexibility and a willingness to explore “off-the-beaten-path”.
Publiated at Thu, 02/09/2021, 03:23.50 +0000