Five destinations we recommend for a staycation during 2021

12 April 2021

Under current lockdown rules, a single household or bubble can holiday at a hotel in the UK from Monday 17th May, and here at Days Inn, we can’t wait to welcome guests back!

With lockdown restrictions easing week-on-week and the UK’s vaccine rollout going particularly well, now couldn’t be a better time to look to the not-so-distant future and plan a staycation that’ll make up for lost time. Here’s where you should be heading when our hotels reopen in May.  

 

1. Lake District

The Lake District, or ‘The Lakes’ as it is often referred to, is a popular staycation destination and for good reason. As one of the largest and least populated counties in England, it’s a great place to lose yourself in nature.

There’s also tons of stunning valleys, villages and towns to explore, as well as a great food and drink scene built on the freshest, local produce. Hiking is the perfect activity to indulge in at the Lakes, there are several attractions to visit too, making it fun for all the family, whatever the duration of your staycation.

 

2. South Wales

Known for its friendly locals, beautiful beaches and stunning rural idylls, South Wales is a staycation hotspot that’s great for visitors of all ages and with all interests. Animal lovers will delight at its farms, wildlife parks, and dolphin and puffin spotting opportunities. Whilst those in search of culture and history will be spoilt for choice too.

 

3. Kent

In the southeast of England, you’ll find the stunning county of Kent. The area is well known for its magnificent coastlines, spectacular castles, and thriving food and drink scene. Affectionately nicknamed the ‘Garden of England’, Kent is the perfect place to explore the great outdoors in all its glory.

 

4. Durham

Another location known for its captivating coastlines and culture is Durham. It offers the road less travelled for keen adventurers and nature lovers, with the Durham Dales supplying miles of amazing sights, not to mention one of England’s most remarkable waterfalls, High Force.

Durham’s harbour towns are also must-visits, and provide unexpected havens for foodies thanks to their delicious local produce and many award-winning eateries.

 

5. Taunton

Whether you want to explore nature, indulge in a spot of retail therapy, or explore local history and heritage at its finest, Taunton is a great staycation destination. Located close to Blackdown Hills and the Quantock Hills, it’s an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that just has to be visited.

Start planning your holiday to our recommended destinations today by booking your stay at Days Inn.

 

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