According to new research, more Brits are likely to holiday at home next year, with 76% of us already planning a staycation for 2017 and one in five heading to Cornwall.
New research, commissioned by cottages.com, shows that more than a third of Britons believe it’s easier and more convenient to stay in the UK (34%) whilst one in five people enjoyed their 2016 UK break so much they want to repeat it.
A quarter (24%) of those questioned said they felt more confident staying in the UK. Being able to take pets, the lower cost of British breaks and reliving childhood holidays were also popular reasons for an apparent resurgence in staycations, with one in ten people already booked for next year.
UK holidays are seen as being more affordable, with the average British holidaymaker believing they can save £222.40 per person by staying in Britain.
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