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Will You Be Staycationing this year?

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The last few years have been really tough for everyone, I think you will all agree, with the lockdowns and tiering, so much up in the air and then of course more recent world tragic events. One thing that I know for sure is that I definitely need is a holiday, but with saving for a house and travel plans cancelled at the last minute it’s definitely going to be a staycation for myself and my family.

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I’m quite excited because we live in a beautiful country and there are so many wonderful places I have yet to go and visit, and we will get to them but I would really and truly love to return to Cornwall and explore it again as there is so much I have not seen.

You can look for holidays parks Cornwall and find so many places to stay and with a little one this would be the perfect way to go and stay and see Cornwall whilst also providing some awesome activities for her on our doorstep.

So like many, I am swapping out a plane ride and the sun and aiming for beauty, history and heritage, and with a six year old of course some sea, sand and fun! So, as I consider our stay I want to make sure everyone’s needs are catered for. Mr Tutu likes history, Alyssa of course loves the sea and I occasionally ( I will let you into a little secret) I enjoy a bit of shopping. I know, but it has to be done. So Cornwall holds the key to being a fabulous destination.

a silhouette picture of a child playing in the small waves of the sea

Cornwall also boasts some spectacular beaches, and wonderful history. On route we will pass through Devon and I adore Dartmoor and the freedom for Alyssa to just run. And for her to see the ponies, sheep and cows just wandering freely. I particularly would like to take to the tors and go letter box hunting. And if you have no idea what I’m talking about then I should explain. On many tors in Dartmoor people hide letterboxes. This is normally a water tight container, inside there is normally a pen and pad. So you can write the date, who you are and where you are from. And you can read who else has found that particular letter box. Sometimes there are little gifts inside and you can take one and add one. Then re-hide it for someone else to find. Again something for everyone.

I’m really looking forward to our staycation, and can’t wait to get it booked. Where is your ideal staycation?

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