As the Minsters of the UK announce the gradual easing of the lockdown restrictions and it appears these are being eased before international ones, now is the time to plan and look forward to a getaway in a country that is blessed with fantastic places to stay, whether coastal or countryside.
Whilst we normally set our sights on places further afield, the British Isles has a tremendous offering of incredible locations catering for everyone’s pleasure. Luxury hotels and cottages are spread across the British Isles, just waiting to be discovered. From Lands End to John O’Groats and beyond, there is no shortage of places to visit.
There are many picturesque locations generally away from built up areas and major transport links. This can make driving to them a lengthy and tiring experience; especially if you are planning on a trip to other end of the country. Travelling from London to the border of Scotland will take you at least seven hours.
There are substantial benefits for travelling by helicopter for a staycation as it will vastly reduce your journey time. It is possible for a helicopter to land in secluded, remote locations. Many high-end hotels have their own helipads for guests to arrive and depart from. Whether it be for a long weekend or a weeklong escape, flying by helicopter allows you to spend more time enjoying your trip and less time travelling. Enjoy a glass of champagne, and have the best seat to see the magnificent views of the scenery below.
The media have noticeably reported that staycations across the UK are on the increase and are popular for 2021. Consequently, many are booking now as part of the pleasure provided by a holiday is the anticipation and something to look forward to.
For a little inspiration, here are a few of Britain’s finest destinations:
The Gleneagles Hotel – Auchterarder, Perthshire
Bovey Castle – Newton Abbot, Devon
Stapleford Park – Stapleford, Leicestershire
Armathwaite Hall – Bassenthwaite, Cumbria
The Torridon – Wester Ross – North Scotland