A short holiday in a self catering apartment or bungalow on the Isle of Wight, or in a riverside cottage on the Norfolk Broads over the bank holiday weekend could be all that’s needed for Brits to start a love affair with a new holiday destination. This is according to one of the largest publishers of travel guide books and other digital media.
Speaking on behalf of the publisher a spokeswoman has said ‘Taking a short trip can be a fantastic way of getting a taste of the country or place’ And that ‘A short trip … will entice you to return on a longer visit and explore’.
The extra bank holiday at the end of the month could be just the long awaited opportunity you have been waiting for to get away from it all, and explore a new holiday hotspot. While a recent poll has revealed that 36% of women are planning on watching the Royal wedding, just 6% of men have the same intentions of spending their time off. Perhaps they would prefer to start their own love affair by taking a short break staying in one of the many Scottish holiday lodges that are available instead.
If you want to start your own love affair with a new place, yet still want to catch the Royal wedding why not combine the best of both worlds. There are a wide range of beautiful waterside holiday destinations you can choose from in the UK, where you will still be able to watch the nuptials if you wish.
For more information on short breaks in and around the UK please visit http://www.watersidebreaks.com/ where you will be able to find a wide variety of destinations by the water, as well as different types of good quality accommodation- there’s bound to be a holiday which takes your fancy this spring.
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