How staycations can benefit relationships

Couple standing on top of a Campervan kissing under a full moon

During the month of romance, Pure Leisure is highlighting the benefits of staycations for relationships.

The holiday park operator has gone as far as to say that international travel can cause many unnecessary tensions, making a trip to the UK a safer bet with your significant other.

So, why not pack up your caravan or motorhome and spend some quality time relaxing in each other’s company?

Jemima Moore, marketing manager at Pure Leisure, said: “A holiday home can break up the feelings of daily monotony and stress in your relationship. Even when you aren’t doing chores or hosting guests, you’re still reminded of routine when sitting on the sofa.

“A holiday home away from your routine and away from your hometown gives you a secret place to escape, letting you focus on what really matters in your relationship – each other.”

Just the two of you

More and more people are working from home and even if you’re not, your residence is a place full of chores waiting to be done.

Making a physical break from your usual routine and the commitments associated with it is a good way to leave stress behind and enjoy quality time together.

Even if you don’t go far, a holiday park just down the road can be enough to get away. Getting your caravan or motorhome set up just how you like it means you can head off at relatively short notice.

Stress-free getaways

Sidestepping delayed flights, baggage reclaim and overbooked hotels, staycations represent a great way to get away without the additional stress.

Hitching your caravan to your towcar and heading off down the motorway gives you more freedom than relying on external providers and you can set off at a time that suits you.

Make sure your leisure vehicle is always stocked with the essentials, like washing up liquid and canned goods so you never get to your destination with something missing.

Perfect parks for couples

Choose a holiday park in idyllic surroundings and with convenient amenities to enjoy an escape with your other half.

The Lake District’s Fell End is set within 28 acres of meadow and forest, with the Woodland Edge Bar and Restaurant on site for a romantic meal.

What could be better than a holiday park located on a picturesque seafront with views of the Lune Estuary? Cockerham Sands could be for you.

Wander the quaint villages of Sutton Bridge, Holbeach, Wisbech and Sutton James together from your base at Silverhill Holiday Park near Spalding.



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