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Spring staycation destinations 

Spring staycation destinations 

Lifestyle GPEA 19th April 2024

Spring is the perfect time to hit ‘reset’ and take a mini-break to somewhere scenic. Whether you're looking for an English beach or a hiking adventure, we have chosen lots of different locations to suit everyone’s wants and needs for the ultimate spring staycation.  

Salcombe, Devon

Salcombe is a charming coastal town in the south of Devon. The town is known for water sports, sailing, and the surrounding natural beauty, as well as having incredible shops and restaurants. Head to Fore Street next to the water to discover the best range of cuisine that Salcombe has to offer, as quality restaurants and bars line the streets. If you're looking for a small, quiet getaway, this town is just that. 


Norwich, Norfolk

Norfolk is a county in the east of England, full of adventure and activities. Norwich is specifically a great location for a quick spring getaway, as this cathedral city showcases ancient beauty and exciting stories. With classic English pubs hidden in corners, cobbled streets all over the city, and open-air markets located in the heart of Norwich, there's plenty to discover. During springtime, the Norwich and Norfolk festivals run in May, creating an incredible bustling atmosphere in the county.  


Padstow, Cornwall

When visiting Cornwall, there are many places to discover and explore. The Padstow harbour is a real gem filled with small, beautiful boats, creating a picture-perfect town. The town is small, making it easy to walk around, with plenty of pretty shops to enjoy. If you want to escape the busy atmosphere, then there are pristine beaches to uncover for walking and relaxing while taking in the breathtaking Cornish views.  


Isle of Anglesey, Wales

The the small Welsh island of Anglesey, a favourite amongst royals, is home to incredible landscapes and wildlife. With the best beaches stretching for miles and dramatic views, this place truly is a fairytale location. Boat trips are the best way to discover the true Anglesey. From April onwards, you are able to spot puffins, seals, dolphins, and much more. To truly escape reality, you must visit one of the many lighthouses on the Welsh coast and discover the truly magical views the island has to offer.  



Northumberland is a county located in the North East of England. Within this county, there is so much to see and explore: 39 castles, all bursting with character, as well as a walker’s paradise with incredible landscapes and views, creating a wonderful retreat away from reality. The main attraction of this county is one of the world's most famous wonders, Hadrian's Wall, built almost 2,000 years ago and stretches over the entire county. Northumberland is also known for its incredibly low levels of light pollution, creating the perfect observatory to admire and spot stars as they light up the sky. 


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