Holiday in the UK

Many of us Brit’s love to holiday abroad but recent times have called for different measures. So, let’s take a look at why it’s best to staycation instead of vacation.

  1. New experiences just around the corner

Staycations can tick some of the same boxes as holidays abroad. We often overlook the attractions that are close to us, choosing instead to spend lots of money to visit foreign countries. However, if you explore areas closer to home, you might just be pleasantly surprised. There will be cafés and restaurants you’ve never tried, historic buildings you’ve never visited before, and nature parks you never even knew about. And in Oxford, there are hidden gems around every single corner.

  1. You can avoid the stress with long-haul travel

There’s a lot to think about when you’re planning a trip: figuring out flights, finding the best place to stay, deciding how to budget your limited amount of time. For especially anxious travellers, finding ways to minimise travel stress is a crucial part of taking a holiday abroad. With a staycation, you’re eliminating a lot of the stress associated with travelling – no flying, no airports and most importantly, no baggage restrictions. And when you choose serviced accommodation with Beds Away, you don’t need to worry about the little things like stocking your own tea and coffee and cleaning up.

  1. You don’t have to plan ahead

Nothing is better than realising you have an unusually free Friday or, even better, a meeting-free Monday. Depending on how flexible your workplace is, you can have an impromptu three-day-long staycation a lot easier than you could with a spontaneous trip to the Maldives.

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