For all the talk of things opening up, as of 5 May 2021, it was still illegal to travel abroad from the UK for holidays.
Considering the enormous rise in coronavirus cases in India, and elsewhere overseas, Paul Wilson writing in The Scotsman, is among many commentators to suggest that “it would perhaps be wise for holidaymakers to consider another “staycation” this summer”.
Naturally, following a wearying winter stuck at home, this is leading to an unprecedented boom in interest in staycations, the ‘staycation frenzy’ as we like to call it. The Stylist has identified locations in Pembrokeshire, Gloucestershire, Cornwall, Devon, Yorkshire and Sussex as among the top trending UK destinations for 2021, and anticipation of a big summer spend has led holiday parks to invest heavily, even in the context of a sluggish economy.
Given the chilling effect of the potential to get stranded overseas or the threat of vaccine passports, it may be years before international travel returns to normal.
Sustainable Income Streams from High-End Staycations
In recent years, there has been a tremendous growth in demand for more secluded, high-end stays.
For those will a suitable site or location, Where Next Design’s luxury glamping villas offer you the opportunity to capitalise on the booming interest in high-end staycations. From the point you sign a contract with Where Next Design to completion of the villas typically takes around twelve weeks. Their design and construction team can guide you through the design process, conducting the groundwork, getting utilities to the site, construction, commissioning and interiors.
High-end glamps are regularly exceeding £1000 a week, and the potential to recoup your investment in record-fast time is high. As incredible durable structures, Where Next Design villas will not suffer from the same obsolescence problems afflicting standard static caravans, so you will have every opportunity to recoup your initial investment multiple times over.
Learn more today, by visiting the Where Next Design website, or give Angus or Paul a call on 028 9410 9412.