The pandemic has fuelled desire to work from holiday rentals across the UK – and the benefits are more than people imagined.
Our fair isle has a lot to offer and, if you know where to look, there are some brilliant bargains to be snapped up.
Many Britons will choose - or be forced - not to holiday abroad this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Iconic British holiday firm Butlin’s has just opened the doors on its most ambitious new venture in years.
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose... there's nothing like a cosy wintry setting to make your Christmas even more special. Even better? Not having to slave away in the kitchen all day. From beautiful
Ridiculously convenient to access from London - a short cab ride from Stanmore station on the Jubilee line and you’re in the countryside. Inside, the juxtaposition of modern, light Laura Ashley design, and original Tudor features allow for a relaxed yet stylish environment, perfect for curling up with a good book (and a cocktail) and getting your Hygge on.
When it comes to booking a holiday, cities are too busy, towns are too touristic and abroad is too expensive. Thankfully we are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a quaint English village to visit - and there are usually plenty of activities and attractions nearby to suit all ages and tastes. From cobbled streets lined with cottages, to sunny seaside spots, here are our favourite charming English villages that would make an ideal location for a summer staycation.Have we missed any? Tweet us your favourite staycation destinations to @YahooStyleUK.
This could be the summer of the staycation. Brits have been persuaded by a unique combination of factors, that they are better off staying closer to home for their holiday this year. It might not be the best news for sun-worshippers, but it could
If you’re dreaming of a beach with powder-soft sands, turquoise seas and killer surf, there’s no need to go booking that long-haul flight just yet. In fact, you won’t need to venture nearly as far afield as you’d think. We’ve got some of the world’s most glorious beaches right here in Blighty, and TripAdvisor users have just crowned the best one of all – Woolacombe Beach in Devon. The three-mile stretch of sand has taken the top spot for the second year in a row, nudging out rivals in neighbouring Cornwall and seeing off opponents from Scotland and Wales. From familiar favourites to wilderness spots, these are the UK’s 10 best beaches.
Parties and holidays – we can probably all agree that they’re two of the best guarantees of having a good timeSo just imagine the possibilities when you combine them into one big ball of all-out fun.It’s actually a totally achievable idea - just mix a nice big house, a few days off work and a big bunch of pals and you’re there. While we’re at it, why not chuck a swimming pool or a games room in for good measure?You don’t even need to travel far to do it. We’ve picked the very best properties in the UK for the ultimate house party holiday. So all you need to do is stock up the drinks cabinet and sort out the guest list…Can you recommend a great place? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
From Scotland's incredible North Coast 500 to County Antrim's Dark Hedges which featured in Game Of Thrones, if you're going exploring this holiday season, why not take the scenic route? We've picked seven of the very best
Home to no less than 69 cities spanning 86 counties from all corners of the UK, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to experiencing fantastic day and weekend breaks in some of our most beautiful cities. With endless things to see and do, from catching a West End show in London to taking a ferry across the River Mersey in Liverpool, there’s something for everyone in Britain’s Best cities!
Fancy a stylish getaway in the UK, but haven’t quite got the bank balance to match your big ideas? Well there’s no need to give up your vision of a dreamy holiday just yet. If you know where to look, the UK has a whole host of totally gorgeous boutique hotels that won’t break the bank. That’s right, you can have a stylish stay without blowing your entire salary. We’ve picked our favourite boutique boltholes that all come in at less than £100 a night. So pack a bag, rope in a buddy and spend all that money you’ve saved on cocktails.
You might think you are doing the right thing by cutting back and opting for a staycation. However, new figures from the Office for National Statistics show that if you pick the wrong place in the UK for a break - and take the traditional options
Families looking for staycation ideas should consider Wales, after the principality was named as the cheapest place to take the family in the UK. PromotionalCodes.co.uk found that Wales offered the cheapest family activities in the British Isles.