Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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10 more reasons to choose a staycation

Considering a staycation? Here are 10 reasons why it might be one of the best decisions you make all year.

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You’re Never Too Far from Home

Ideally, your staycation will go off without a hitch, but if anything were to unexpectedly go wrong, the familiar surroundings of your own home will never be too far away.

There are Lots to Do

Although the weather in the UK has a bit of a bad reputation, there are plenty of all-weather attractions and activities that will keep the whole family entertained. Come rain or shine, there’s always lots of fun to be had.

A Staycation Can be a Quick Getaway

Staycations allow you to get away from it all for a few days without having to spend most of that time travelling. There are a variety of park homes for sale in Gloucestershire, including many within dedicated over-50s sites like Orchard Park www.parkhomelife.com/park_orchardtwigworth.aspx, which could make an ideal weekend retreat.

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Pets Can Go, Too

In addition to saving money on finding a sitter or boarding facilities, you won’t have to go through any of the stress of being separated from your beloved pets when you’re away.

There’s Something for Everyone

Multi-generational getaways can be complex to navigate, but from activities to dining choices, there will always be something to suit every member of the family.

There Are Lots of Beautiful Locations Close to Home

You might even find a new favourite restaurant or dream day trip destination that you will return to again and again!

You Don’t Have to Miss Out on Any of the Exciting Holiday Preparation

You’ll get to research fun things to do and places to eat ahead of time without having to worry about travel times and transfers.

You’ll Be Supporting the UK Economy

As this Express article explains, staycationers are vital to the UK economy, and you can also feel confident that you will be supporting small local businesses.

You Don’t Have to Learn a New Language

Language barriers can be one of the trickiest parts of holidaying abroad, but you won’t have to brush up your skills or keep a translation tool handy on a staycation.

Recuperation Time is Minimal

Although you will probably a little bit tired after your staycation, you won’t have to cope with any jet lag or weather acclimatisation.