Produced in partnership with UK Government 2 Your guide to great staycations Picking your PERFECT HOME place to stay SUFFOLK GLAMPING THE Suffolk seaside is a real treat, packed with pretty beaches, quirky high streets and fish and chips that’ll have you coming back again and again. Stay inland at Easton Farm Park near Wickham Market and you’ll have the choice of camping, cottages or cow sheds (by which we mean sheds that look like cows). eastonfarmpark.co.uk GLASGOW BREAK CITY When it comes to city breaks in Scotland, people usually flock to Edinburgh, but how about trying Glasgow instead? It’s got impressive architecture, a friendly feel and loads of attractions. Round off your day by booking a table at West’s new Beer Field (westbeer.com) for a “crafty” drink and a pizza. Stay at historic gem Cathedral House – a boutique hotel with great service. cathedralhouseglasgow.com PLEASE keep in mind that England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland currently have different guidelines, advice and timelines for reopening tourism. So do make sure you check the respective official sources for information before you travel. CAMPING IN THE MIDLANDS The kids have been cooped up for months, so a family camping trip is the ideal way to get some fresh air and let off steam. Head to the heart of England and pitch up at Cuckoo Farm Campsite in Rutland, home to birdsong, seclusion and the River Chater. ADVENTURE AWAITS Glamping, outdoor activities for all the family and adventures such as quad trekking and paintball mean everyone will be happy with a stay at Oaker Wood near Leominster in Herefordshire. coolcamping.com oakerwoodleisure.co.uk PARK UP IN MORECAMBE Regent Bay holiday park is ideal for a family staycation. Spend the day at the sandy beach, relax in your caravan or explore further afield, with the Lake District and Blackpool both within an hour’s drive. SHOPPING AND BAG A WELSH YURT RELAXING Traffic noise is replaced by birdsong at the secluded Hidden Valley Yurts in Monmouthshire, which have reopened with a reduced number of visitors making them even more tranquil. Enjoy stargazing and long walks in 80 acres of gorgeous green space. Harrogate in North Yorkshire is home to the famous Betty’s Tea Rooms, the elegant Valley Gardens and a host of shops packed with antiques. The chic Hotel du Vin has a summer sale on, which means more cash for shopping. hotelduvin.com hiddenvalleyyurts.co.uk parkdeanresorts.co.uk PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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